The Big Crunch Theory – 1992

January 25, 2011


In physical cosmology, the Big Crunch is one possible scenario for the ultimate fate of the universe, in which the metric expansion of space eventually reverses and the universe recolapses, ultimately ending as a black hole singularity. The Big Crunch Theory is also Lisa Li-lund‘s new project with producer Gilbert Cohen, head of Parisian record label Versatile. Born in lisa’s mooned long before a call from Gilbert, in collaboration with Paris’ elite musicians, TBCT is far from theoretical. It is a tangible, shifting and ever shaping sound, part of lisa, Gilbert, and everyone else it has bad will continue to pick up on the way. Brought to you by numbers, American Hip-Hop, the Year 1992, dribs on the Pacific Coast Highway in California and too many nights in Paris, TBCT is not just the title for the concept, but the perpetual energy of such an astounding team of people. It is everything and everyone that is. Instead of expanding so much to the point excitation the ultimate fate of this theory is nothing but overwhelming, enlightening, envelopment. So big that it grabs you and hold you for an incredible Odyssey… The more people on board the smaller the chance of a collapse. No reverse. Ever expanding. Theories were meant to be proven wrong…

VERCD023 : The Big Crunch Theory – 1992

1 – 26 Kids In from Suburb (What To Say ?)
2 – Arrows
3 – Golda
4 – Eyes’ Lies
5 – 12 Friends In the City
6 – Weapon
7 – Distortion
8 – The Strangest Heart In Romania
9 – 637 (feat. Etienne Jaumet)
10 – 1992
11 – Q’s Cloud
12 – Emmett’s Brooklyn Thunder