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1990 - My Chromosomal Friend (CD, Album). 05 le fung (bright red version). 07 mambo fucker (burning out mix). 08 chemistry set (american version). 03 break your chains (shake the brain mix). 04 techno libation. 01 dna spiral (my chromosomal friend version). 09 break your chains (twist the body mix). 06 on (hard sonic mix). 12 dna spiral (bio-technology version). 1993 - Interaction (CD, Album). 0. nteraction (subsonic mix). 1990 - The Brain That Binds Your Body (CD, EP). 04 we've got a new mind. 02 break your chains. 1990 - 2nd Communication (CD, Album).
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This EP also has two of the bands best songs (Locked In Truth and Break Your Chains) making this a great purchase. Locked In Truth especially is a blast to listen through. fantastic! That song would be a monster on the dancefloor.
The Brain that Changes Itself: Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science is a book on neuroplasticity by psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Norman Doidge. Barbara Arrowsmith Young, the subject of Chapter 2 of the book.
This amazing neural mechanism allows us to transmit brain patterns, sharing memories and knowledge. We can communicate because we have a common code that presents meaning," Hasson says.
The brain has receptors for many hormones; for example, the metabolic hormones insulin, insulin-like growth factor, ghrelin, and leptin. These hormones are taken up from the blood and act to affect neuronal activity and certain aspects of neuronal structure. In response to stress and changes in our biological clocks, such as day and night cycles and jet lag, hormones enter the blood and travel to the brain and other organs. As a result, the circuitry of the brain and its capacity for neurotransmission are changed over a course of hours to days. In this way, the brain adjusts its performance and control of behavior in response to a changing environment. Hormones are important agents of protection and adaptation, but stress and stress hormones, such as the glucocorticoid cortisol, can also alter brain function, including the brain’s capacity to learn.
What binds the self to the body ? When you wake up each morning, calculations occur in your brain that enable you to gradually (within a second or two) realize where you are, who you are, and what day it is. From the age of two or three years old, your parents began teaching you to think of yourself as a person with a name that must take responsibility for his/her actions. They frequently ask you why you did such and such and occasionally punish or reward your actions.
GABA is a chemical messenger that is widely distributed in the brain. GABA’s natural function is to reduce the activity of the neurons to which it binds. This hypothesis is supported by the fact that the medications used to alleviate anxiety, such as Valium and Librium, bind to the same neuronal receptors as GABA. The effect of these medications, which are classified as benzodiazepines, is to enhance the natural effect of GABA. GABA receptors are channel receptors. This means that when GABA binds to them, they change shape slightly to allow ions to pass through their central channel. This channel mainly allows negatively charged chloride ions to enter the neuron, thus reducing its excitability.
Learn how music and the brain interact and change your perception. Let’s discuss how music affects the brain and mood by engaging emotion, memory, learning and neuroplasticity, and attention. In looking at the many ways that music engages the brain, we can begin to understand how creating a consistent musical program can target and enhance certain brain functions. A study from the Journal of Music Therapy shows that using songs as a form of communication could increase emotional understanding in autistic children. The study incorporated specific songs to portray different emotions. For example, a composition by Beethoven could be used to represent sadness, or the song Happy by Pharrell Williams could be used to represent joy.
|1||Locked In Truth||5:31|
|2||Break Your Chains||6:00|
|3||Scratch The Wall||6:43|
|4||We've Got A New Mind||5:05|
- Published By – Coble
- Recorded At – Self Control Produkt Studio, Sapporo
- Mixed At – Self Control Produkt Studio, Sapporo
- Glass Mastered At – DADC Austria
- Producer, Songwriter [All Songs By] – 2nd Communication
- Programmed By [Programming], Voice, Sampler [Sampling] – Dossa Yun
- Sampler [Sampling], Performer [Metal Machinery] – Toshiani Ishida
- Voice, Sampler [Sampling] – Trast C. Howard
NotesComes in cardboard sleeve.
All songs mixed and recorded at Self Control Produkt Studio Sapporo, Japan.
Back sleeve: Made in Belgium
CD: Made in Austria
Durations are not listed on the release.
Category KK040 appear on disc.
Category KK 040 appear on back sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: KK-040 12 MASTERED BY DADC AUSTRIA
- Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM
|KK 040||2nd Communication||The Brain That Binds Your Body (12", EP)||KK Records||KK 040||Belgium||1990|
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