|Worship Is the Cleansing of the Imagination|
|Studio album (split)by|
|Released||December 11, 2012|
|Label||Hydra Head (HH666–236)|
|JK Flesh chronology|
Worship Is the Cleansing of the Imagination is a split album between experimental musicians Dominic Fernow under the pseudonym Prurient and Justin Broadrick (of Godflesh and Jesu) under the pseudonym JK Flesh.Released on vinyl on December 11, 2012, Worship Is the Cleansing of the Imagination was the final release of new material by Hydra Head Records, the label founded by former Isis member Aaron Turner.
Worship Is the Cleansing of the Imagination received positive reviews. Maya Kalev of Fact wrote that the album was a triumphal and fitting end to the Hydra Head label.Pitchfork writer Grayson Currin said, "These six tracks provide heaviness in a half-dozen different ways, a functional and fitting elegy for an imprint that achieved that mission with enviable consistency."
All music is composed by JK Flesh.
|1.||"Fear of Fear"||5:20|
All music is composed by Prurient.
|5.||"Entering the Water"||4:34|
|6.||"I Understand You"||7:18|
|Total length:||17:44 (34:05)|
|7.||"Mundanity of Suspended Anxiety" (Prurient remix)||Aaron Turner||7:00|
|8.||"JK Flesh Merges Prurient 1"||5:22|
|9.||"JK Flesh Merges Prurient 2"||7:52|
|Total length:||20:14 (54:19)|
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