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Radio Boy - The Mechanics Of Destruction

Radio Boy - The Mechanics Of Destruction
Accidental 2002

Tracklisting:
  1. McDonalds [5:53]
  2. Manufactured Music [2:05]
  3. Rupert Murdoch [5:49]
  4. Television [0:28]
  5. Hollywood [5:00]
  6. Marlboro and Bacardi [0:30]
  7. The GM Food Chain [2:46]
  8. Gap [3:43]
  9. Oil [4:58]
  10. Coca Cola [5:21]
  11. Henry Kissinger [0:33]
  12. Starbucks [3:39]
  13. Nike [0:39]
  14. Rwanda [0:08]
  15. The Whisper of Friction [1:05]
Matthew Herbert's Radio Boy started life as Wishmountain, a project which set specific compositional parameters and then attempted to frame concrete sounds in a rhythmic context. The basis of Wishmountain was the sampling of everyday objects and the placing of them in structures and rhythmic patterns normally associated with club music.
Check out the website to this album, read the story behind and how Herbert did each track.
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Tuesday, 24 January, 2006 · Anonymous Anonymous wrote:

Links broken already? Thanks anyway for all the other great music.      



Tuesday, 24 January, 2006 · Blogger Schika wrote:

The links are working, you have to click on each link, then save.

The following Flash based music player is using the posted links, just click on the play button and listen:

     



Tuesday, 24 January, 2006 · Blogger xxl33 wrote:

Schau mal was ich gfunde hab:

Westbam & Superpitcher -
It's Not Easy
(Album Version)

[Ist auf Platz 33
der Top 40 Dance
neu eingestiegen]


h**p://www.load.to/?d=2E9Dsa6yl2

(10,5 MB / MP3)

;-)
iss ganz lustig aber typisch Westbam eben...      



Thursday, 26 January, 2006 · Anonymous Shiidii wrote:

Wow, great download! Thanks. Although it's a bummer the tracks have no ID tags.      



Thursday, 26 January, 2006 · Blogger Schika wrote:

@ Shiidii:
Yep, exactly my first thoughts. You could use a tagger from MusicBrainz to tag this album with a few clicks. ;)      



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