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Steve Roden - 9-Sided Room FLAC album


Performer: Steve Roden
Genre: Electronic
Title: 9-Sided Room
Released: 2007
Style: Abstract, Ambient
FLAC version ZIP size: 1928 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1548 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1237 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 939
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'9-sided room' was created in May 2007 by layering 9 sides from some of the vinyl I've released over the years. it is basically what would happen if I had 9 turntables in my studio and was able to play these records all at the same time. There's a bit of mixing things in and out but no processing or manipulation. Along with some recent things, I've included the very first record I ever made - a 6" cardboard recording from a phono booth machine at a Los Angeles amusement park c. 1969.

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Tracklist

1 9-Sided Room 27:00

Notes

"'9-sided room' was created in May 2007 by layering 9 sides from some of the vinyl I've released over the years. it is basically what would happen if I had 9 turntables in my studio and was able to play these records all at the same time. There's a bit of mixing things in and out but no processing or manipulation. Along with some recent things, I've included the very first record I ever made - a 6" cardboard recording from a phono booth machine at a Los Angeles amusement park c. 1969. '9-sided room' is intended to be heard at a relatively low volume."

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