Isotope 217 - Who Stole The I Walkman? album flac
Title: Who Stole The I Walkman?
Style: Abstract, Future Jazz, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1462 mb
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Complete your Isotope 217 collection. don't bother with this album. Each succesive Isotope album got more abstract and more drunk sounding.
Who Stole The I Walkman? by Isotope 217, released 08 August 2000 1. Harm-o-Lodge 2. Space Krikts 3. Meta Bass 4. Moonlex 5. Kidtronix 6. II 7. Moot Ang 8. Sint D 9. Input 10. << 11. Who Stole the I Walkman? is the culmination of Isotope 217's last year of performing and rehearsing and it offers their unusually familiar blend of collective improvisation, songwriting, and electronic manipulation. Isotope 217's latest release is the most accurate representation to date of the balance the group seeks to achieve between live performance and the recording process
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All the great songs and lyrics from the "Who Stole the I Walkman?" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Isotope 217° is a Chicago based band composed mainly of members from Tortoise and the Chicago Underground Orchestra that was formed in 1997. The New York Times described the band as . .adept to varying degrees at rock and funk and jazz and electronics, turn those introspective moments into jams th. ore . Song.
This third album by Chicago (please don't call them post-rock) experimentalists Isotope 217 fulfills and expands upon the promise of its predecessors. Though plagued with the "Tortoise offshoot" tag from the start, Isotope really establishes its own sound here. The debut album featured slightly tentative-but still HES BREW-isms, the second a bit more electronic flavor. WHO STOLE THE I WALKMAN, however, is a fully realized, sui generis concoction of free jazz, avant garde weirdness, moody electronics, and completely non-retro jazz-rock flourishes.
Who Stole the I Walkman? Isotope 217. 2000 - 11 songs. More albums from Isotope 217. Utonian Automatic. Mixed by Commander Mindfuck and Designer. The Unstable Molecule.
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- Mixed By – Casey Rice, Isotope 217, Mikael Jorgensen
- Programmed By [Additional] – Michael Kandel
- Recorded By – Casey Rice, Graeme Gibson, Malachi Ritscher
- Voice – Damon Locks
NotesJapan PROMO issue includes extra promo text factory printed around the centre rim of the CD plus a small promo sticker on the back inlay.
Tracks 6, 10, 11 & 12 are titled with icons of "pause", "rewind", "fast forward" & "stop" respectively.
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