||I really like this release, but will hand over to the more eloquent, and only slightly hyperbolic, words of deafstar themselves:
Our releases are so elaborate, that every record company on earth would refuse to produce such an expensive editions. But we´re not driven by your economy, we live in our own orbit with our own very different rules. So we simply want to produce the best records with the smartest artwork. And we just wanted to make you a little present. However, shops and distribution on earth refused to spread our releases for free, so we must apologize, that you have to pay for the records. You should not hesitate to buy your own personal record because stocks are very limited – we only produce 500 pieces for the world.
And this about this the image on the debut featured here:
The first record in the “dizzy:eko:series” features the central building of the Commerzbank in Frankfurt am Main in Germany. It was designed by Norman Foster and has gained many merits. Usually it is shown surrounded by its colleague skyscrapers outnumbering them in height, being the splendid number one in the center (actually Commerzbank is number two in germany after swallowing Dresdner Bank in 2009, only Deutsche Bank is bigger). On its top there is a spectacular yellowish light installation taking place every night.
However, the cover is drawing a different image here. It doesn´t look like a friendly example from the corporate culture department. The building is twisted, it is wrapped in fog and a dark grey, ofter referred to as battleship-grey. It looks like a fortress, with its massive towers and triangular footprint. It seems to be very massive and tank-like and also shows a similarity to the spectacular concrete bunkers of the third reich. The project name “Bunker Hill” is being well reflected in the image.