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**Limited edition of 300 copies including large insert with liner notes** French avant-garde ensemble, Gol, expand their 'Gollaboration' series in this meeting with minimalist pioneer Charlemagne Palestine. Documenting an improvised performance at the la nuit des nouveaux arts sacrés festival, june 20th 2008, 'Pandamoniahbleeummm!!!!' finds Palestine manning the world famous organ of St. Eustace church in Paris supplemented by the Gol quartet (Frédéric Rebotier, Jean-Marcel Busson, Ravi Shardja, and Samon Takahashi) doing electronics, bass, guitar, and flutes in some kind of pagan ritual. Palestine dominates proceedings with tidal swells of organ drone, but Gol do their very best to scare you witless with possessed vocals and decimated electronics attacking the crenellated peaks of Palestine's playing on Part 1 (side A), before seeming to achieve a pyrrhic victory on the Part 2 (side B), only to be subsumed by breathless waves of majestic drone. It's the sort of extraordinary performance that makes you wish you were there, and thanks to Planam/Alga Marghen, you can almost smell the incense.