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The Flying Luttenbachers - Systems Emerge From Complete Disorder album flac Performer: The Flying Luttenbachers
Title: Systems Emerge From Complete Disorder
Style: Free Jazz, Noise, Experimental, Prog Rock, Avantgarde
Released: 2003
Country: US
MP3 album: 1962 mb
FLAC album: 1125 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: WMA ASF MMF MPC MP1 VOC MP4
Genre: Jazz / Rock

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This album was entirely conceived and executed by Weasel Walter, recorded in Oakland, California between February and May 2003. Dedicated to Maria Fischinger and Mick Barr. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.

As always, there's a concept explained in the liner notes of this entirely instrumental album, something to do with the Flying Luttenbachers' ongoing post-apocalyptic.

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The album careens wildly through a story line that begins after the end of the Earth. We hear the final implosion and annihilation of the giant robot (the band’s namesake), which leads into a state of cellular chaos as the resulting atoms eventually recombine and create a monstrous new life form: the massive living planetoid depicted visually on the back cover of the album and sonically during the ridiculously complex and intense 20 minute long track that concludes.

The Flying Luttenbachers formed in December 1991 in Chicago, Illinois as a punk jazz trio, with Hal Russell (tenor and soprano saxophones, trumpet), Chad Organ (tenor saxophone) and Weasel Walter (drums). The band derived their moniker from Russell's birthname, Harold Luttenbacher. Russell left the band in June 1992, and was soon replaced by Ken Vandermark for the recording of the Flying Luttenbachers' first 7" record. The Void LP/CD ( Unlimited, 2004).


A1 Entropic Field / Total Disorder / Cellular Chaos
A2 Kkring Beyond Nggggg
A3 Kkring Number One
A4 Kkring Number Two
A5 Thrmm'd HTE (For M)
A6 Thorned Lattice (Parts One And Two)
B1 Rise Of The Iridescent Behemoth

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ugEXPLODE
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Troubleman Unlimited
  • Copyright (c) – ugEXPLODE
  • Copyright (c) – Troubleman Unlimited


  • Performer – Weasel Walter


Sticker on frontcover titles "Systems Emerge". Insert titles 'Systems Emerge From Complete Disorder' including inverted comma.
Record label is black on both sides.
Comes with colored 24 x 24 cm foldout-inlay with song titles, release notes, liner notes, photos and graphics.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): L 13372 m-A TMU -122 A (U)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): L 13372 m-B TMU -122 B (U)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ug16, TMU 122 The Flying Luttenbachers Systems Emerge From Complete Disorder ‎(CD) ugEXPLODE, Troubleman Unlimited ug16, TMU 122 US 2003