February 7, 1987

A Patient Transit

     MYSTERYSEVEN, in conjunction with ICS, officially inaugurates the public broadcast and civic archiving of their fourth micro-album catalogue release, A Patient Transit.

     Since the last information dispatch, ICS issues a tactical maneouver by instating a surprise third element to the new MX7 and M.L. Navajo team : J. Monteiro Jr, lead chair of the ICS Youth Promotion Board.  "This trio combination is designed to incorporate and effectively test the ICS principle of sound introspection within the context of everyday living," ICS' Noveloso explains,

     "Taking MYSTERYSEVEN and ICS research studies out of the relatively controlled academic intellectual environment is a necessary step in its development; entailing an awareness and embracing of  our present living conditions as a more complete field of growth and study.  We feel the MX7-Navajo-Monteiro combination will facilitate this move towards a broader,  more integrated understanding."

     "In many respects this undertaking is a return to Square One," MX7 comments, "It is having to re-evaluate and re-learn all our previous findings in a new context; in a new light.  A Patient Transit is all about that;  this is our initial attempt:  hits, misses, stumbles and hiccups, all inclusive."

addendum : MYSTERYSEVEN has established a cooperative with the ICS Arts Crafts and Livelihood Program for Cultivated Living with the aim of gathering resources and funds to build a self-sufficient and self-sustaining operation.  In addition to establishing several buko juice stands in campus, the program will be setting up all current and subsequent MYSTERYSEVEN releases for digital dissemination online.  Obtain your digital facsimile of A Patient Transit here.  Thank you for your kind support.

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