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Tape Team J19 by THF Drenching

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Released:January 8th, 2005
Length:00:42:58
Producer: THF Drenching
Engineer: THF Drenching

DRENCHING'S 19-MOVEMENT SYMPHONIC POEM TAKES A BUSTED SONY TCM 818 TAPE MACHINE, A SINE-WAVE GENERATOR AND A LOAD OF METAL PERCUSSION UNDERWATER AND INTO SOME SPECIAL CAVES TO OFFER A DISRUPTED AND PREPOSTEROUS PSYCHOLOGICAL PORTRAIT OF THE GREAT NEW CAPITALS OF THE DEMOCRATIC MIDDLE EAST, CLOAKED IN THE MORE GENERAL FORM OF A SERIES OF "ETUDES ON SONORITY". THE RESULT IS THE MOST RIGOROUSLY THROUGH-COMPOSED DRENNO ALBUM SINCE FH-B001, SHAMELESSLY BRANDISHING ALL THE FAMILIAR PARAPHERNALIA OF EARLY 20TH CENTURY ART-MUSIC, BUT SEEING FIT TO STIR IN MANY INSURGENT "FOREIGN ELEMENTS" AND ALL MANNER OF DRAMATIC LIGHTING.


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Tape Team J19
01. TTJ1 (01:29)
02. TTJ2 (01:14)
03. Kabul (05:38)
04. Dostum (01:19)
05. TTJ5 (02:05)
06. TTJ6 (03:02)
07. TTJ7 (02:41)
08. TTJ8 (02:07)
09. TTJ9 (01:46)
10. 6cm (01:59)
11. TTJ11 (01:00)
12. TTJ12 (02:19)
13. TTJ13 (03:13)
14. TTJ14 (00:59)
15. Single (03:13)
16. - ~~~¬~`¬ (04:28)
17. TTJ17 (01:15)
18. TTJ18 (01:33)
19. Rand (01:38)
UPLOADED:10/20/2009
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thfdrenching on 10/22/09 at 10:04AM
ORIGINAL LINER NOTES:

“Spectres Of Tape”: some acknowledgements.

“Kabul”, is based on the Gwilly Edmondez tune of the same name, wherein Gwilly does for post-democratic Kabul what Zappa did for Jonestown. “Kabul” is taken from the album “Mouth” (Kakutopia, 2004). The events which take place betwixt 1:16 & 1:46 during “Single” are based on a 03/12/2004 Resonance 104.4 FM broadcast of live drawing by Len Massey. Write on. “Rand” uses as a template a thoroughly overhauled version of “Electric Baronessland” by Rubbish Covers, from Quid 4, and is dedicated to those hardworking guys and gals at the Rand Corporation, a “nonprofit organisation chartered to further and promote scientific, educational, and charitable purposes, all for the public welfare and security of the United States of America”. Other pieces contain interpolations from “Event One”, a chamber composition by Sonic Pleasure. Big up Farooq Bueler: run down Hamid Karzai. Und wir aus, Drenching.
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