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Early Stasis, cover by Jim Tetlow

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Auricle AMC 047 90'27" MC 5.00 + p&p

1. Minus Infinity 11'23"
2. Beyond The Void 34'16"

Leviathan 14'35"
2. Pulsatons 9'21"
3. Gliss 9'02"
4. The Very Edge Of Fangorn 11'50"

Recorded at Tachyon Studio (28 July & 8 September 1999).
Mixed by Jim Tetlow at Tachyon Studio (4 February 2001).

Alan Freeman: synths, voice, loops, gadgets.
Steve Freeman: synths, guitar, voice.
Jim Tetlow: synths, guitar, voice, loops, tapes, radio.

A collection of choice early works, chosen by Jim, including an extract from the very first Endgame recording "Minus Infinity" and others that tend to drift off into the cosmos. We were certainly thinking in the framework of freeform Gong and Agitation Free at this time, and unashamedly quoting many of our other mentors and influences, like early Edgar Froese and Klaus Schulze solos, and Cluster.
This special cassette only release is undoubtedly one for late-night listening, and chilling-out in the early hours of the morning! And now, if you don't have a cassette player, you can grab the download version, distributed via many sources online!

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Now down to the very last 17 original cassette copies!

first pressing of 50 copies: released ?/?/2001
10 x CDR edition: released ?/?2010 - sold-out!

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