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I've Lost - Dissociative Fugue mp3 album

  • Performer: I've Lost
  • Title: Dissociative Fugue
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Country: Portugal
  • Formats: DXD AAC MP1 MOD APE MP3 WMA
  • Released: 2010
  • Style: Ambient
  • MP3 album: 1519 mb
  • FLAC album: 1714 mb
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I've Lost - Dissociative Fugue mp3 album

At first I thought I should write some lines about I've Lost work, but then I decided to maintain the original texts I've got, to write the press release, because it illustrates what I've Lost is all about, GREAT MUSIC. Bobby Jones aka I've Lost is indeed an emotional full character. Enjoy FbL005 as much as I'm doing for sometime now. Leonardo Rosado. Iâve Lost makes music for serious listening, and not merely background or ambience. This music takes you places where you need to go. It explores the heart of Inner Space. It will make you think.

The state can last days, months or longer. Dissociative fugue usually involves unplanned travel or wandering and is sometimes accompanied by the establishment of a new identity

Dissociative fugue is a type of amnesia that is caused by an extreme psychological trauma instead of physical trauma, illness, or another medical condition. It’s a form of dissociative amnesia that’s severe, and it’s considered rare. Someone with dissociative fugue won’t have any memory of their past or about themselves personally. A dissociative fugue may last only a few hours. The person undergoing it may seem to be confused and forgetful to others during that time, but they’ll return to normal afterward. In cases with such a short duration, the dissociative fugue might even go unnoticed by others. Their new life is usually very different from the life they’ve left. For example, a Wall Street executive may leave her high-powered career in a city to become a florist in a rural town if she has dissociative fugue.

Dissociative Fugue : purposeful travel or wandering associated with amnesia (I experienced this during several months, many years ago). I go to my car to get a textbook or a pencil and wake up in an unknown city, always the same city but I don’t know the name. The road dead-ends and snaps me out of the trance. Out of nowhere I’m triggered. I am in a different place, a different year, I’ve become a former self. I’m living the memory again. I can taste the air, smell the musty scent of a memory I wished could stay unremembered.

My wife had worked with me and lost her job because of it, and I'd taken a massive pay cut just to keep my job. All of a sudden everything went black and I was opening my eyes and looking around not knowing where I was, why I was there, how I got there, how long I'd been there, and who I was with. The other three immediately knew something was very wrong. Within 30 minutes I was back to normal. Strangest experience I've ever had. Saw two doctors and they both explained it pretty much the same way. The majority of our brains are similar to most other mammals - instinct based.

The word fugue comes from the Latin word for "flight. People with dissociative fugue temporarily lose their sense of personal identity and impulsively wander or travel away from their homes or places of work. They often become confused about who they are and might even create new identities.

Dissociative Fugue, where Fugue comes from the Latin word ‘flight’ and is one of the forms of dissociative amnesia (memory loss). They remain unaware, confused about their own biological identities and tend to assume a new identity

Dissociative fugue is meant to be a rare phenomenon, often occurring only once in someone’s lifetime. If it’s occurring even not that often, OSDD-1a or DID need to be considered. In the past, lets say five years, I’ve talked to/volunteered with/been witness for thousands of survivors-. and at no point did any of them talk about dissociative fugues.


1 Absence 16:32
2 The Big Empty 12:30

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FbL005 I've Lost Dissociative Fugue ‎(2xFile, AIFF, EP) Feedback Loop Label FbL005 Portugal 2010

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