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A Reason for Logic | Volume Too (Feat. Todd Urban)

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Volume Too (Feat. Todd Urban)

by A Reason for Logic

In this followup album to Only for Speakers, Todd Urban continues audio manipulation of sounds under his studio moniker "A Reason for Logic". Features collaborations with electronic sound designers: Octavio Bernal and Mario Larios.
Genre: Electronic: Drum 'n Bass/Jungle
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1. Acid Scream
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2. Too Bulgar to Get Down
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3. Hocket to Me
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4. One Eno Piano
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5. Dreams
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6. Day 5
5:34 $0.99
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7. The Electric Gesture
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8. Reece with a Spoon (Todd Urban Remix)
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9. Reece with a Spoon (Octavio Bernal Remix)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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A Reason for Logic incorporates live performances, live altered samples, spliced improvisation, and new synthesis techniques in order to push the boundaries of music and the mind forward. Volume Too is the second album by A Reason for Logic. In this second album, Todd Urban takes sound design a step further by mangling samples that we would find in nature to a point that they take on a new role. Features sound design and motivic collaboration with Mario Larios on "Dreams" and Octavio Bernal on "Day 5".

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