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Performer: Carl Stone
Genre: Electronic
Title: Electronic Music From The Eighties And Nineties
Country: US
Released: 2018
Style: Experimental, Musique Concrète
FLAC version ZIP size: 1412 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1638 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1550 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 905
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This is an essential record for everyone who loves minimalism and drone music. Michael Mueller I love this album for the first track; the rest is just a bonus. Banteay Srey is like whale song. It's mournful, beautiful; it slowly unfurls, repeats, modulates and grows. It echoes in layers; it communicates something deeper than thought and so rich in feeling as to be almost overwhelming. Gatefold sleeve featuring liner notes by Carl Stone, Tim Rutherford-Johnson, Robin Rimbaud Includes unlimited streaming of Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Purchasable with gift card.

LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Carl Stone (Artist) Format: Vinyl. Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties. Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties presents the soothing, hallucinatory side of Stone's slow-evolving, time-bending composition. While we can't always identify the source, we can hear that his sounds come from somewhere, and that there is a "correct" or "complete" version of them in theory; and so we can hear when they are being changed.

Album: Electronic Music From The Eighties And Nineties. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: March 3, 2019 - Carl Stone – Baroo (2019).

Complete your Carl Stone collection. Bizarrely the spine of the sleeve reads "Electronic Music From The Seventies and Eighties". Actually, only Track 1 is from the Nineties. When I first played it there was a load of crunchy "in-fill" noise for at least two-thirds of the 14 minutes on Side 1, and I was about to return the vinyl as a faulty pressing, but then I played it again and the crunchy noise miraculously disappeared.

CARL STONE - ELECTRONIC MUSIC FROM THE EIGHTIES AND NINETIES 2 VINYL LP NEW+ Condition: New. Time left: 8d 22h 42m 37s. Ships to: Worldwide. Carl Stone - Electronic Music from the Eighties and Nineties (2xLP VINYL) New Condition: New. Time left: 23d 21h 54m 3s. Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date indicated and are subject to change. Electronic Music From The Eighties And Nineties track list.

Home Ambient/Drone Unseen Worlds Carl Stone . Electronic Music From The Eighties & Nineties. Cat: UW 020LP Released: 22 June, 2018 Genre: Ambient/Drone. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release. Help & Information.

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Tracklist

A Banteay Srey 14:09
B Sonali 16:58
C Woo Lae Oak 23:06
D Mae Yao 23:23

Notes

Includes updated liner notes by Tim Rutherford-Johnson, Robin Rimbaud, & Carl Stone.
Also includes Unseen Worlds postcard with download code of entire album.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned (Stickered)): 766008587874

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
UW20 Carl Stone Electronic Music From The Eighties And Nineties ‎(4xFile, MP3, 320) Unseen Worlds UW20 US 2018

Reggy
Bizarrely the spine of the sleeve reads "Electronic Music From The Seventies and Eighties". Actually, only Track 1 is from the Nineties. When I first played it there was a load of crunchy "in-fill" noise for at least two-thirds of the 14 minutes on Side 1, and I was about to return the vinyl as a faulty pressing, but then I played it again and the crunchy noise miraculously disappeared. Very odd! (And, no, it wasn't meant to be part of the music!) Overall, an enjoyable album but done much better by the likes of Brian Eno or Harold Budd.

ℓo√ﻉ
Vinyl is staticky with little clicks and pops here and there. There is definitely enough dead wax on the first disc, they could have spaced the grooves out a little more, they look crammed. Other than the surface noise, a nice sounding record, decent dynamics, full, rich electronic tones, an enjoyable listen to say the least.

Gardagar
I had the same issue, so I gave it a good cleaning with my spin-clean and now it sounds mint.