Other than the two massive "Double Live" albums, this is my favorite Fushitsusha recording. Keiji Haino started his psych-noise power trio in 1978, but they didn't release any material until 1989. Their voracious touring, unapologetically difficult music and the legendary stature of Haino himself as a solo musician has made the band maybe the most important in the Japanese underground since Les Rallizes Denudes. On Origin's Hesitation, the trio is cut to a duo, with Haino on drums and Yasushi Ozawa on bass. Both provide vocals, and although the album starts off with a droney guitar-fuzz chant, it spends the remaining hour channeling Ruins or Derek Bailey. The drums and bass on this are totally beyond human understanding, and the grunts and cries you hear on the record can't possibly be coming from human beings. A grower for sure.
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Origin's Hesitation (2001)