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Plunderphonics - Rubáiyát FLAC

Singer:

Plunderphonics

Album:

Rubáiyát

Genre:

Electronic style

FLAC album size:

1460 mb

MP3 album size:

1138 mb

WMA album size:

1711 mb

Other music formats:

AUD AA MP1 MP3 APE ASF VQF

Rating:

4.4 ✱

Style:

Musique Concrète, Sound Collage

Date of release:

1991

Plunderphonics - Rubáiyát FLAC


Plunderphonics - Rubáiyát FLAC

Tracklist

1 The Doors O'Hell 3:55
2 Metallica 2 Net 1:21
3 Tim Buckley Anon 4:25
4 Carly Simon & Faster Pussycat Vane 3:23
5 MC5 Mother 2:05

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Elektra Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – Elektra Entertainment
  • Made By – WEA Manufacturing Inc.
  • Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Glass Mastered At – Specialty Records Corporation

Credits

  • Composed By [Music Recreation], Artwork By [Cover Art] – John Oswald
  • Design – Manhattan Design
  • Photography By [Rose Photo] – Doug Starn, Mike Starn

Notes

All sources have been faithfully transferred from commercially available compact discs and phonograph records, or from digital dubs of the stereo master tapes. No use has been made of multitrack source tapes, studio outtakes, or of any material that isn't or hasn't been made commercially available.

O'Hell, Anon, 2 Net, Vane and Mother were realized, rearranged and reproduced by John Oswald.

O'Hell sources:
Hello I Love You (The Doors) and the additional hits: Light My Fire / Love Me Two Times / Love Her Madly / Five To One / Touch Me / L.A. Woman / Roadhouse Blues / When The Music's Over / The End / Break On Through / People Are Strange / Strange Days / Waiting For The Sun
From The Best Of The Doors (Elektra #60345) and The Cure Hello I Love you from Rubáiyát (Elektra's 40th Anniversary) (Elektra #60940).

2 Net sources:
Net from Plunderphonic (1989, out of print). Net is a survey of portions of all tracks from the Metallica ...And Justice For All (Elektra #60812, 1989), and the Metallica version of Stone Cold Crazy from Rubáiyát (Elektra's 40th Anniversary) (Elektra #60940).

Anon sources:
Anonymous Proposition from Tim Buckley Lorca (Elektra #74074).

Vane sources:
You're So Vain from Carly Simon No Secrets (Elektra #75049) and Faster Pussycat You're So Vain from Rubáiyát (Elektra's 40th Anniversary) (Elektra #60940).

Mother sources:
Various tracks from MC5 Kick Out The Jams (Elektra #74042).

"Plunderphonics: Elektra's 40th Anniversary" on spine
This compilation (p) & (c) 1991 Elektra Entertainment, a division of Warner Communications, Inc.
For promotional use only. Not for sale.
Printed in U.S.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 2 PR 8247-2 SRC=02 M1S2
  • SPARS Code: ADD



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