Rorschach Resurrected

by Click Click

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Keenan Johnston
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Keenan Johnston I came across the original "Rorschach Testing" album recently, and its blend of cold, enigmatic post-punk and electro-industrial instantly won me over. Despite being released in 1988, this still sounds exceptionally fresh not only due to the great vocals and deep, rich synth tone but most notably the excellent use of negative space that gives the songs such a distant yet compelling atmosphere. This reissue adds some additional tracks from the same era which sound great at first listen as well. Favorite track: The Vacuum Shop.
Blinky Blinky Computerband
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Blinky Blinky Computerband I was always a big fan of Click Click and with this release you can get a real classic in great sound with some bonus tracks. Even my personal Click Click highlight "Rotor Babe" is available on "Rorschach Resurrected"! More please! Favorite track: Rotor Babe.
geld heeft geen waarde....muziek wel
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geld heeft geen waarde....muziek wel Originally released in '88. This version contains 13 tracks instead of 8. 2015 release Favorite track: Skripglow.
Nathan Duin
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Nathan Duin Fantastic. A surprising gift for Click Click fans who have been there since the beginning. Thank you. Favorite track: Perfect Stranger.
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"Rorschach Testing" was released on January 1st 1988, "Wet Skin & Curious Eye" a year earlier. Both albums have been out of print for approximately 25 years and (unless you're prepared to pay £73 or £32 respectively for a CD) they've only been available as low quality mp3's via Amazon or iTunes.

There have been various attempts at re-releasing these albums but as nobody seems to know who owns the copyright these attempts have failed almost immediately. Occasionally a tiny ray of light will shine on a possible solution to this dilemma but this is soon extinguished when disputes over money occur. These disputes have nothing to do with Click Click whatsoever. They are nothing but music industry interference which we in the band find both tiresome, detrimental and an insult to you, the fans.

Therefore, at the risk of upsetting whoever believes they have exclusive rights over music which they had no hand in creating, we have decided to release our own high resolution version of Rorschach Testing, and just to be fair we've added selected tracks from Wet Skin & Curious Eye into the bargain.

We hope you enjoy the music which will remain available here until the woodwork parts and those who believe we've broken a law or two come forward with a Cease & Desist notice.

Adrian & Derek Smith - Click Click

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released April 15, 2015

Adrian Smith: Keyboards, Tapes, Voice

Derek E. Smith: Drums

Graham Stronach : Guitar, Radio, Keyboards on Whirlpool

Jon Morris: Wasp (Rotor Babe & Skripglow) Percussion (Mercy)

Spon: Guitar (Food)

Produced by Click Click & Fisch

Original Engineer: Alan Fisch
Remastering by: Ferenc Téglás (a.k.a. Fiat Pompeius)
Artwork from an original idea by Sue Jumble

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