Bangsplat | Bangsplat Vs. The Z-Axis Powers

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Bangsplat Vs. The Z-Axis Powers

by Bangsplat

Electronic noise soundtrack for a non-existent war film.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Introduction
0:34 album only
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2. Subway Percussion Concerto No. 1
4:30 album only
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3. Full Street Oboe
10:07 album only
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4. March Of The Z-Axis Forces
5:40 album only
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5. Pavlov's Prambulator
5:59 album only
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6. Subway Percussion Concerto No. 2
6:06 album only
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7. Steve Reich's First BASIC Program
9:44 album only
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8. Pavlov Redux
0:35 album only
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9. Tesla's Hoover
3:03 album only
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10. V-Z Day
3:38 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Released in February 2001, "Z-Axis" is the soundtrack to a non-existent war film.

"Full Street Oboe" is Bangsplat's first experiment with randomization, which is explored more fully in "Birdstance". It also exploits the somewhat unpredictable behavior of Sonic Foundry's ACID when pushed to unreasonable extremes.

"Pavlov's Prambulator" and "Steve Reich's First BASIC Program" both explore minimalism and Reichian phasing in different ways.

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