LA DIFFERANZA  Reissue Creative Commons Special Edition

1 .. Anabasi = 231

2 .. Teeshe = 1460

3 -- Machine = 0,1

4 .. Twelve Chairs = 41

5 .. Gino Valetodos = 16

6 .. A.C.K.P.E. = 341,78


“La Differanza” was released in 2001 as the second SADO’s record. This is the 10th anniversary edition, specially remixed for free download by Banksville Records Creative Commons Division.  You'll not find this record anywhere else, it is not for sale on shops or web mailorders. It's free, for Sado's fans only! An early work of SADO but still very representative of the band. Based on Jaques Derrida’s “Difference” notion. Jacques Derrida begins the essay “Différance” (perhaps the most systematic articulation of the non-concept that, according to Derrida, he “ha[s] been able to utilize” in previous works) by talking about the letter a and trying to explain (though not justify; instead perform an “insistent intensification of its play”) the neologism that he developed. In the first few paragraphs of the essay, he talks about writing and how the neologism (“neographism” he calls it) is “a lapse in the discipline and law” of that system, a sort of disruption in writing and, if I may add, in language and the order of signs in general. Sado’s “LA DIFFERANZA” follows this scheme, nothing more, nothing less. With Paolo Baltaro, Sandro Marinoni, Diego Marzi and Boris Savoldelli. .


La divisione Creative Commons di Banksville Records pubblica  la riedizione remissata de “LA DIFFERANZA”, per il decimo anniversario della prima uscita, in nuova veste appositamente riservata al free download. Facendo riferimento al concetto di decostruzione che Derrida (caposcuola del Decostruzionismo) esprime, ed in particolare al convetto di "DIFFERANZA" (titolo del cd) per cui, in lingua francese, "difference" e "differance" si pronunciano nel medesimo modo NON mostrando di essere due "cose" diverse, i SADO esprimono con linguaggio apparentemente classico (quello "uguale" a quello del free) i loro concetti in "modo" totalmente non "uguale" ad esso. Per cui "modo" uguale per un "modo" diverso. Differante. Con Paolo Baltaro, Sandro Marinoni, Diego Marzi and Boris Savoldelli.