Wrong

by Locust

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Heal 05:10
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Sweet Sky 03:33
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Separate 04:23
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Wrong 04:20
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Haze 04:11
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Distopian 03:34
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This release was originally not a double CD, but a twin CD format. CD2 (tracks 10-18) is not intended to be played on its own, but is an expansion to normal domestic playback possibilities. As a starting point, CD1 might be played on the main CD system and the second 'drone' CD on a portable speaker or home computer... maybe from another room. In an ideal world and with a little help from a friend, both CDs should be activated instantaneously, but an offset of +/- 3 or 4 seconds should still produce the anticipated intention. Relative volume level is entirely up to the listener. You could for example have the drones very loud with the songs just a whisper in the background. Or play both at the same level while walking from room to room in your house, changing the mix as you perform household chores!

credits

released November 1, 2001

Lead Vocals – Holli Ashton
Lead Vocal (8) Vinny Miller
Backing Vocals – Lisa Millett, Sarah Peacock, Tara Patterson
Synthesizers - Mark Van Hoen
Design – Jon Wozencroft
Written by Holli Ashton & Mark Van Hoen (1-9)
Mark Van Hoen (10-18)

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Mark Van Hoen Los Angeles, California

Mark Van Hoen is a British electronic music artist. He has released under his own name as well as Locust. Pitchfork said, "Musically, Van Hoen belongs to a distinguished family tree. Originally influenced by the likes of Brian Eno and Tangerine Dream, and later presaging both Autechre's glitch and Boards of Canada's pastoral IDM." ... more

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