Various - Free Fall: A Compilation Of Eugene Electronic Music mp3 album
Free Fall: A Compilation Of Eugene Electronic Music.
Muted pre-historic birds cries cutting through the mystical fog of an ancient sacred valley.
Listen free to Various Artists – Electronic Music Tips (Du bist hier (G-Mix), Believe It or Not (Deep Electro Mix S) and more). 25 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Deleting this artist may remove other artists and scrobbles from your library - please handle with caution! Note: You can view albums tagged as 'Various Artists' in your library here. The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Packaged in a deluxe gatefold sleeve and accompanied by a 32 pages book containing lyrics, band bios, and over 300 photos, many taken from live performances at the weekly Wierd label party, which has been active in New York City since 2003.
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Be sure to get the free deluxe version of their new album for its accompanying artworks! 13. With a haunting piano melody and a gloomy ing howl "Fall Moon" will ratchet up the creepiness factor. This one comes from New York's Buildings and Mountains,who have a slew of drone and improvisation releases on their Bandcamp. Music for Video: Stay Inside with the Electronic Devices. Cozy up next to your space heater's comforting humm, rest a warm laptop over your thighs, and use your headphones as earmuffs as you enjoy a collection of instrumentals made by machines.
Keep compilation, album name, year and album artist tags identical. To avoid fragmentation of a compilation, you need to make sure that every track has identical values for certain tags. These tags, the compilation tag, album name, year and album artist, are potential identifiers for the surrounding release and should be the same across any given release. Album name and album artist are both obvious. On the subject of compilation fragmentation, art generally doesn't cause fragmentation because it's not seen as 'identifying' metadata by music players. This means you can choose art which represents each track by embedding it only in that track without fragmenting an album. For instance, for pop compilations or 'greatest hits' albums, typically all of the tracks will have been released as singles.
|A3||–Nathan Griffith||Great Moves||5:02|
|A4||–Nathan Griffith||Under The Gun||7:08|
|A5||–Nathan Griffith||Way Out West||2:27|
|A6||–Carl Juarez||Nigh Train||4:47|
|A7||–Carl Juarez||Slezak (Post-Analysis Delay)||4:58|
|A8||–Carl Juarez||Medea Blitz/Chicago||5:06|
|B2||–Phyllyp Vernacular||Last In The Park||4:23|
|B3||–Derryl Parsons||Lost City||4:44|
|B4||–Derryl Parsons||Into The Overview||8:00|
|B5||–Peter Nothnagle||Rape Of Kinume||1:57|
|B6||–Peter Nothnagle||The Necromancer||3:44|
|B7||–Peter Nothnagle||New Snow||10:34|