|1||The African Twintower Suite||2:00|
|3||Theme From Lüderitz||3:17|
|4||Gitarrendrone / Landstrasse||4:39|
|7||Patty Buries The Dog||1:09|
|8||A Chant For Your Inner Peace||2:26|
|9||Chris Schling Speaks||2:26|
|10||Faster! Moondog! Kill! Kill!||3:22|
|11||Pax, Pax, Pax, Pax.||1:53|
|12||Theme From Alt-Lüderitz||2:12|
|13||The Sun Ship||1:56|
|14||Streicher, Becken, Tempelblock, Orgel||1:24|
|15||The Animatograph Karussell||5:40|
October 2005: Seminal German director Christoph Schlingensief (R.I.P. 2010) shoots his latest feature film „The African Twintowers“ in Lüderitz/Namibia with Irm Hermann, Klaus Beyer, Robert Stadlober, Patti Smith........
Autumn 2006: Schlingensief approaches Berlin musician/composer Hanno Leichtmann (Groupshow, Static, Denseland) regarding a soundtrack for the film. There were hours and hours of raw material; the concept being a movie with few dialogues and music throughout – a 90 minute psychedelic collage; an associative visual and sonic trip.
With the help of John Nijenhuis aka Sir Henry as well as a trio of musicians playing indian music (tabla, sitar, tampura), they started to improvise in Leichtmann’s recording studio projecting film sequences on a wall. Within 4 days and nights an enormous amount of tracks had been recorded and several rough mixes had been compiled.
After a while though, Schlingensief decided to shift the concept. The film transformed into an art installation with 18 monitors showing sequences simultaneously (presented at the Berlinale and Steirischer Herbst), and later on, a kind of „Making of...“ with 90% off-comments by Christoph Schlingensief and very little music was made.
Thus, „The African Twintowers Suite“ represents a lost soundtrack; compiling the most interesting recordings, newly edited, layered, collaged, shortened and mixed between 2009 and 2010.