The HooKHeaD Project

A Partial Reconstruction of Days album cover art
A Partial Reconstruction of Days
Released Dec 12th, 1996. Composed and recorded 1993-1996.
March of Days
Stopping to Save Yourself from Something Once Said
Blood Lullaby
Egg On Face
A Course of Thought
The Pink Beside Me
Long Gone and Often Somewhere in Between
Parallel Lives
Threatening to Dance
100 Proof
Split End
Turning Around to See
Year‘s End
…and then I felt life
Total Time
46 minutes

What Is It?

A one-off primitive vocal-driven project built around electro-acoustic improvisation, sloppily recorded in tiny apartment bedrooms.

These tracks were heavily inspired by my undergraduate study of Ethnomusicology and world music. Not like my other work, but rather something that has retained its uniqueness to this day. There is some explanation of the context of this release in the about section.


Composed, performed, and produced by Eric Peacock.

Vocal gibberish, chanting & grunts.

Analog/digital/granular synthesis, guitars, clarinet, trumpet, hoses, Flexididge, brushes on cardboard box, found percussion, Jew's harp, baby grand piano, cassette scratching, PVC didjeridoo, squeaky chair, Alumadrum, & MIDI.

Additional sampled vocals performed by Kelly Coyle.

Artwork & design by Eric Peacock.

Collaged remixes of tracks from this disc appear as bonus tracks on "all fall down…".