The album’s sound sources were recorded in several sessions with Jörg Eger back in the autumn of 2003. The opener is an instrumental version of a very odd song composed by Mirko Uhlig in the summer of 2003. The vocal version of this piece lies deleted and forgotten in the maelstrom of the musician’s graveyard...near Las Vegas. The album’s title came around while reading a Mediterranean/East-European cooking book...it’s all about how much you can take before entering Dreamland.
Bit of a weird one, this - even by the usual standards. It consists of two tracks, the first ("Geschwärtzte Milch" - blackened milk) lasting four minutes long and sounding a bit like late Swans in strummy guitar instrumental mode, and the second (the title track) being three quarters of an hour long and comprising a textbook example of Surrealistic klang-honk-tinkle-"boo!"