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12/1/2008 We7 Retail Sales 12/31/2008 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 Portugal, Portuguese Republic 1 0.0072 0 .0 0.0057 Track Sale
12/1/2008 We7 Retail Sales 12/31/2008 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland 1 0.0715 0 .0 0.0572 Track Sale
1/1/2009 EMusic Retail Sales 3/31/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 United States of America 1 0.3348 0.091 (.01) 0.1768 Track Sale
1/1/2009 Lala Stream Retail Sales 1/31/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 2 0.0143 0 .0 0.0114 Track Sale
1/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 1/31/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 Hrvatska (Croatia) 1 0.0071 0 .0 0.0057 Track Sale
1/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 1/31/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 Italy, Italian Republic 1 0.0071 0 .0 0.0057 Track Sale
1/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 1/31/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 Latvia 1 0.0071 0 .0 0.0057 Track Sale
1/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 1/31/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland 3 0.0213 0 .0 0.0171 Track Sale
1/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 1/31/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 Hungary, Hungarian People's Republic 1 0.0071 0 .0 0.0057 Track Sale
2/1/2009 Lala Stream Retail Sales 2/28/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 1 0.0072 0 .0 0.0058 Track Sale
2/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 2/28/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 Canada 1 0.0071 0 .0 0.0057 Track Sale
2/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 2/28/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 France, French Republic 1 0.0071 0 .0 0.0057 Track Sale
2/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 2/28/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland 4 0.0284 0 .0 0.0227 Track Sale
2/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 2/28/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 Netherlands 5 0.0355 0 .0 0.0284 Track Sale
2/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 2/28/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland 1 0.0071 0 .0 0.0057 Track Sale
3/1/2009 Media Net Stream Retail Sales 3/31/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 1 0.0073 0 .0 0.0058 Track Sale
4/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 4/30/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland 3 0.024 0 .0 0.0192 Track Sale
4/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 4/30/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 United States of America 1 0.008 0 .0 0.0064 Track Sale
4/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 4/30/2009 Der prozeB with maturana & varela Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816147 881034325488 dpcdr-125 United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland 1 0.008 0 .0 0.0064 Track Sale
4/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 4/30/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 Chile, Republic of 1 0.008 0 .0 0.0064 Track Sale
4/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 4/30/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland 1 0.008 0 .0 0.0064 Track Sale
5/1/2009 ITunes Retail Sales AUS 5/31/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 Australia, Commonwealth of 1 0.7337 0 .0 0.5869 Track Sale
5/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 5/31/2009 A pig in a cage on Antibiotics Kafka/Toward minor trivial Makryham USQY50816149 881034325488 dpcdr-125 United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland 1 0.008 0 .0 0.0064 Track Sale
5/1/2009 We7 Retail Sales 5/31/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 United Kingdom of Great Britain and N. Ireland 3 0.024 0 .0 0.0192 Track Sale
6/1/2009 ITunes Retail Sales AUS 6/30/2009 Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault Makryham USQY50826706 881034341600 dpcdr-134 Australia, Commonwealth of -1 -0.7469 0 .0 -0.5975 Track Return
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Even Dwarfs Started Small (German: ''Auch Zwerge haben klein angefangen'') is a 1970 film by German director Werner Herzog.
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A group of dwarfs confined in an institution on a remote island rebel against the guards and director (all dwarfs as well) in a display of mayhem. The dwarfs gleefully break windows and dishes, abandon a running truck to drive itself in circles, engineer food fights and cock fights, set fire to pots of flowers, kill a large pig, torment some blind dwarfs, and crucify a monkey.

Production

The film was shot on the Canary Islands, at Lanzarote. The film was produced during the same time period as Herzog's Fata Morgana and The Flying Doctors of East Africa, and there are visual and thematic connections between the three works. Notably, the goggles worn by the blind dwarfs are the same goggles which appear repeatedly in Fata Morgana. [1]

During the filming, Herzog gave some strange direction to elicit particular performances from the actors. In directing one dwarf who continually struggles not to laugh, Herzog repeatedly told the actor that he must not laugh, but then made funny faces at him as soon as he started filming.[1]

While filming the scene where a van drove in circles with no one at the wheel, one of the actors was run over, but immediately stood up uninjured. During the flower burning scene, the same actor caught fire and Werner Herzog raced over and beat the fire out. The actor only had minor injuries from the fire. After these two accidents, Werner Herzog promised the actors that if they made it through the rest of filming without any more injuries he would jump into a cactus patch and allow the actors to film him doing so. The film was finished without any further injuries and the director made good his promise and dove into the cacti. Herzog has said, "Getting out was a lot more difficult than jumping in."[2]
A thousand years before the Christian era, the nomadic Skythian- Saka civilization prospered on the Central Asian steppes. Many of their cultural monuments have survived till present days. The most impressive are tools and things of everyday life made in gold and bronze in the “wild animals style” extracted from burial mounds in different regions of Kazakhstan. The royal tomb of the “Golden Warrior Prince” of the Saka civilization, found in the ancient town of Issyk close to Almaty, is famous for its integrity, beauty, elegance and craftsmanship. The motifs of this cultural treasure have become the basis of the modern Monument of Independence erected in Almaty in 1990s. In later centuries, the steppes were home to a powerful state formed by the Huns. Their empire greatly influenced the geopolitical map of that time. The Great Roman Empire in Europe eventually fell from the blows of the Attila the Hun’s daring warriors. Later, the Huns were replaced on the steppes by Turkic tribes. They founded several large states known as “kaganats” stretching from the Yellow Sea in the East to the Black Sea in the West. These states were distinguished by a culture progressive for that time. They were based not only on a nomadic economy but also on an oasis urban culture with rich trade and handicraft traditions. During this time, cities and caravanserais were founded in the oases of Central Asia, the territory of South Kazakhstan and Central Asia. They stood along the famous trade route known as the Great Silk Road which connecting Europe and China. Other trade routes were also important including the route along the Syr Dariya River to the Aral Sea and the South Urals as well the so called “Sable Road” from South Western regions of Siberia through Central Kazakhstan and the Altai region. It was through trade on the “Sable Road” that the Middle East and Europe were supplied with expensive furs. Major cities and trade centers founded on these routes included Otrar (Farab), Taraz, Kulan, Yassy (Turkestan ), Sauran, and Balasagun. The Great Silk Road not only stimulated the development of trade, it also became a conduit for progressive scientific and cultural ideas. For example, the great philosopher Al-Farabi (870-950) was greatly influenced by the culture of the trade routes. Born in the Farab district, Al-Farabi was dubbed in the East “the Second Teacher” after Aristotle for his profound researches in philosophy, astronomy, musical theory and mathematics. The outstanding scholar of Turkic philology Mahmud Kashgari lived here in the 11th century. He created the three-volume “Dictionary of Turkic Dialects” which summed up Turkic folklore and literature heritages. In the 11th Century, Yusup Balasaguni of the town of Balasagun, a famous poet and philosopher, wrote “Kutaglu Bilig” (“A Knowledge that Brings Happiness”) which is recognized as having played an important role in the development of modern social, political and ethical conceptions. The Sufi poet Hodja Ahmet Yassaui, who lived in the 12th century, wrote a collection of poetic thoughts “Divan-i-Khikmet” (“Book of Wisdom”). He is famous throughout the Muslim world. Part of the cultural legacy of that period is the elegant urban architecture. Examples such as the mausoleums of Arystan Baba, of the great Sufi Hodja Akhmet Yassaui in Turkestan and Aisha Bibi in Taraz are among the best preserved. Apart from this, the most ancient nomads of the region invented the “yurt”, a dome-shaped easily dismantled and portable house made from wood and felt, ideal for their nomadic life and beliefs.Link』
Walter Bendix Schönflies Benjamin (15 July 1892—27 September 1940) was a German-Jewish Marxist literary critic, essayist, translator, and philosopher. He was at times associated with the Frankfurt School of critical theory and was also influenced by the writings of his younger contemporaries Bertolt Brecht, who developed critical aesthetics of dialectical materialism, and Gershom Scholem, who founded modern, academic study of Kabbalah and Jewish mysticism. Over the last few decades, regard for his work has risen dramatically, making him one of the most important twentieth century thinkers about literature and about modern aesthetic experience. As a sociological and cultural critic, Benjamin combined ideas drawn from historical materialism, German idealism, and Jewish mysticism in a body of work which was a novel contribution to western philosophy, Marxism, and aesthetic theory. As a literary scholar, he translated the Tableaux Parisiens edition of Baudelaire's Les Fleurs du mal as well as Proust's In Search of Lost Time. His work is widely cited in academic and literary studies, in particular his essays The Task of the Translator and The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. Influenced by Bachofen, Benjamin gave the name "auratic perception" to the aesthetic faculty through which civilization would recover a lost appreciation of myth. Among Benjamin's most important works were the following: * Zur Kritik der Gewalt (Critique of Violence / 1921). * Goethes Wahlverwandtschaften (Goethe's Elective Affinities / 1922). * Ursprung des Deutschen Trauerspiels (Origin of German Tragic Drama [Mourning Play] / 1928). * Einbahnstraße (One Way Street / 1928). * Das Kunstwerk im Zeitalter Seiner Technischen Reproduzierbarkeit (The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction / 1936). * Berliner Kindheit um 1900 (Berlin Childhood around 1900 / 1950, published posthumously). * Über den Begriff der Geschichte (On the Concept of History / Theses on the Philosophy of History) / 1939, published posthumously). * Das Paris des Second Empire bei Baudelaire (The Paris of the Second Empire in Baudelaire / 1938).
 Michel Foucault reveals that the concept
of human subject was artificialy made.
We got Dystopia when it fails without rational idealism .
 We felt negativitic dark atmosphere about This disc.
It seems Motley sounds have birth in narrow  Dystopia
 place  like cyberpunk cinema music soundtracks.
As for track 3.Kol sonzlgn--Neue Panopticon,
 like xoomei &  5.Ergo phizmiz-Mystery of Hadness
(pulled by Foucault-History of Madness ) like klezmer,
4.sara ayers-La Tache politique actuelle ,like meditational,
we can listen such as one element of world music .
But As for rest track(After all,experimental or leftfield)
such as 2.Bunk Data-From Foucault's pleasure
,6.Henry Gwiazda-TheOtherwilderness
7.Ryuta.k-Truth got broken since May 68,
it seems not made by creativity in subject,
rather we get deconstruction or bounds
about making music (copyright probrem ).
It indicates all we expand in the matrix
using with any digital sequencer.
This disc  also seems  attempt to get process
 toward pan-tonal world music escaping from
 tonic-dominant system made by  human subject.
Album title;
Un Nuit Dystopia/Hommage Michel Foucault
Sub title;(Toward pan-tonal world music)
(VA)Artist---song list:
1.Makryham--Raymond Roussel:Dysphoria
2.Bunk Data--From Foucault's pleasure
3.Kol sonzlgn--Neue Panopticon
4.sara ayers-La Tache politique actuelle
5.Ergo phizmiz-Mystery of Hadness
6.Henry Gwiazda-TheOtherwilderness
7.Ryuta.k-Truth got broken since May 68
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