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Snapshots of A Surveillance Manifesto

by Planetdamage

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Lensjammer 03:53
Firewalls 06:00
One, deflect a Five Eyes intercept Two, divide the .onion from the world-wide Three, neglect the privacy lament Four, survive a colde red data dive Five, retrieve a legend to reprieve Six, restrain the propaganda cocaine Seven, relieve the diamond disbelief Eight, retain the trust to hack the brain Firewalls in my beat Firewalls in my beat Malware in my drums My kicks weigh 1000 tons (No complaint, no no complaint) Firewalls in my beat Firewalls in my beat Those ears will learn to pop As the drone blade goes Chop chop chop chop One, deflect, two, divide, Three, neglect, four, survive Five, retrieve, six, restrain Seven, relieve, eight, retain
The Mark 05:46
This network never sleeps Nor do the people who’re around me We form frail, forking synergies Moving deeper underground Tempoing down fast frantic alleys Point of view’s worth eighty points In (gas,) rations or IQ, I don’t know Plastic beehive cavities Recycled air puts us to sleep Well-rounded atemporal game show Dassing, P-Orridge, Key Leeb, Reznor, Richard 23 Newton, Van Reich, Engler Charnier, Chamberlain, Mallinder Schmidt, Wonterghem, Endo Gordon, Ostermann, Konietzko Balance, Larsen, Ohgr, Hübner McCarthy, Bowes, Learmont, Fulber Thirty-two kevlar vests of riot Cyberpunks on autopilot Thrussell, Simonsson, Myer Goettel, Ni-Arb, Empire The Matrix was right all along We’re agents on our own accord Devices for ears, mouths and eyes Omniscient bugs under black scrambling skies


"Snapshots of a Surveillance Manifesto" is an electro/industrial EP by Hungarian cyberpunk novelist & researcher Mariusz Bari (a.k.a. Damage), much influenced by recent events in the fields of surveillance and data privacy.

Download this EP to receive a five-track production diary which includes extensive details about how this material was built up from beginning to end.


released May 25, 2016

Tracks 1-4 written by Mariusz Bari.
Production, programming and vocals: Mariusz Bari.
Mixing, mastering and additional production was royally delivered by Martin Bowes in the bowels of The Cage Studios.

Speech samples in 'The Mark' appear on the Producer Loops Cinematic Series Vol 2: Hacked Society Sample Pack by Lhasa Mencur.
Speech samples in 'Come Home Traitor' appear in the documentary Terminal F: Chasing Edward Snowden.

Tracks 5-9 were produced and crafted by their respective remixing artists: track 5 by Martin Bowes, track 6 by Krisztian Arvai and Emese Arvai-Illes (additional vocals by Emese Arvai-Illes), track 7 by Lhasa Mencur, track 8 by Istvan Gazdag, track 9 by Josh Wood.

Cover/inlay design and artwork by Peter Santha, sculpture and photo by Jeremy Falconer.
Artist photos by Balazs Kassai.


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