White Noise - An Electric Storm Over Paris mp3 album
- Performer: White Noise
- Title: An Electric Storm Over Paris
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: MP4 APE WMA AA DTS ASF DMF
- Released: 2008
- Style: Electro, Experimental
- MP3 album: 1530 mb
- FLAC album: 1358 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 547
An Electric Storm is the debut album by electronic music group White Noise. The band recorded the first two tracks with the intention of producing a single only, but were then persuaded by Chris Blackwell of Island Records to create an entire album. At this point the group had established the Kaleidophon Studio in a flat in Camden Town, London, and spent a year creating the next four tracks. The last track was put together in one day when Island demanded the completion of the album.
Composed By – The White Noise. Printed in England by Robor Limited. Release-Date taken from Phono-Net Germany. Seems to be identical with An Electric Storm but is definitifely not limited to 500 and as I only have it shrinkwrapped I cannot tell about runouts. Release different from previously mentioned version in that the manufacturer name is not etched into the runout groove. Also cover art on this version is slightly darker.
White Noise's landmark 1969 album An Electric Storm might not the first thing most people think of when considering 1960s music, but there are few records anywhere tied more intrinsically to the moment of their creation. This death-defying piece, which reportedly took over 3 months in the studio to assemble, ostensibly tells the tale of a motorcycle accident and its supernatural aftermath. Packed dense with disembodied noises and eerie panning effects, this intense track can become addictively engrossing, a perfect slice of audio theater that one can't help but ride through to the very end.
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The Black Mass: An Electric Storm In Hell is the celebrated cut – improv drummer Paul Lytton was invited to flail around a kit. Its crude phasing effects and elongated screams come off rather corny to 21st century ears, but these were desperate measures – Island had given them a seven-day ultimatum to deliver a finished record.
CD - PolyGram 1001). For although the White Noise were almost exclusively composed of virtuoso knob twiddlers and tape splicers moonlighting from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop, luckily they were no slouches when it came to penning a decent tune . The biker, having departed this life, attempts to make one last attempt to cross over and console his grieving beloved, only to fall agonizingly short.
Listen free to White Noise – An Electric Storm (Love Without Sound, My Game of Loving and more).
- Composed By – David Vorhaus
- Performer – David Vorhaus, Mark Jenkins
NotesParis 2008 Live Set.
(c)2008 David Vorhaus
Comes in a plastic sleeve with a folded insert.