5 THE COLLECTIVE

The Collective begins with dubstep, moves to drum and bass, and has some ambience as an interlude before the finale. The album concludes with a drum and bass or neurofunk track whose theme is nuclear war and includes a quote from Threads, the influential and graphic BBC film. Coincidentally, the mid section of An Instant Realization Sees Endless Time, from Fragments, is taken from a soundbite of tanks and radio static from Threads. The Collective is the fifth album in the totality of Memex. The Collective is an album based on the theories of Carl Jung, particularly the theory of the collective unconscious, or the idea that our unconscious mind is somehow linked in a sort of union with other unconscious minds. This is also a theme in Serial Experiments Lain, and in fact was mentioned in it. There are only five tracks in The Collective, as it is a selection from the best songs created during its production.

 

The Collective is an album based on the theories of Carl Jung, particularly the theory of the collective unconscious, or the idea that our unconscious mind is somehow linked in a sort of union with other unconscious minds. This is also a theme in Serial Experiments Lain, and in fact was mentioned in it. There are only five tracks in The Collective, as it is a selection from the best songs created during its production. It begins with dubstep, moves to drum and bass, and has some ambience as an interlude before the finale. The album concludes with a drum and bass or neurofunk track whose theme is nuclear war and includes a quote from Threads, the influential and graphic BBC film. Coincidentally, the mid section of An Instant Realization Sees Endless Time, from Fragments, is taken from a soundbite of tanks and radio static from Threads. The Collective is the fifth album in the totality of Memex.

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