SKiN GRAFT Records proudly presents "DxAxMx Revisited", a fully remastered, extended edition of The Flying Luttenbachers' landmark 1995 album, "Destroy All Music". This special edition includes notorious drummer/multi-instrumentalist Weasel Walter and renowned jazz saxophonist Ken Vandermark, the innovative punk-jazz ensemble that first garnered the band widespread acclaim.
Here the band is captured at the height of the internal struggles that would soon dissolve the quintet line-up. The end result is an unforgettable experience, a document of the most extreme energy level the line-up ever mustered on record.
In addition to the 10 tracks featured on the original release, this comprehensive edition includes seven never-before-heard vintage recordings, all painstakingly remastered by bandleader Weasel Walter. "Destroy All Music Revisited" is 80 minutes of wild, unhinged cacophony, fusing fiery free jazz improvisation with modern post-punk/noise-rock structures. This is an integral part of Chicago's underground musical heritage, a milestone in adventurous jazz, and a key component of the neo-no wave movement.
o Includes 7 additional tracks and CD includes fold-out retrospective booklet
o "Destroy All Music" lets you continue to follow this incredible band's evolution from a freak-out jazz/spaz group to the conceptual beast of musical destruction that they are today.... Here, as always, the Luttenbachers are pushing limits." - Pillowfight
o "... Recorded when some fellas from the Vandermark Five were in the lineup, records like this are the new classics of adventurous jazz. No gimmicks, just intense exploration." - Popwatch
released April 10, 2007
Bass Guitar, Trombone, Keyboards [Casio] – Jeb Bishop
Electric Guitar – Dylan Posa
Percussion – Weasel Walter
Tenor Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Synthesizer [Moog] – Chad Organ
Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet, Clarinet [Bass] – Ken Vandermark (tracks: 1, 4, 8 to 12)
Synthesizer – Jim O'Rourke, Morgan Andrews
supported by 4 fans who also own “Destroy All Music Revisited”
This album is an ingenious jigsaw puzzle of diverse musical influence held together by taut strings of raw musicianship. Appreciable on so, so many levels. The fact that it was assembled and memorized for one performance blows my mind. Stunning. I once sweatily and drunkenly hugged Ed after a show. I don't think he much appreciated it, but I wear it like a badge. albinobone