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Hydro Static Union | Space Station Eight

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Space Station Eight

by Hydro Static Union

Power Trio Rock and Roll
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Space Station Eight (Intro)
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2. What Are You Waiting For?
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3. Baptism
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4. Relentless Pursuit
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5. Delve into Capricorn
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6. What Went Wrong?
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7. Innocent
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8. Sunset
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9. Burned
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hydro Static Union formed on a "whim" when Steve Hahn (Drums) contacted Andrew Spencer (Guitar, Vocals) and Gene Jenke (Bass, Synth pedals) about getting into a studio and working on a few "loose" ideas that Spencer had written down as a map to keep the music somewhat "guided". After two months of improvisational jamming in the studio the band started to play shows weekly across the Chicago land area. With their first release "Space Station Eight", the album captures the first 9 months of their existence. The first album features Andrew Spencer's bluesy vocals over his experimental and multi-tonal guitar work, Steve Hahn's straight forward jazz influenced rock and roll percussion, and Gene Jenke's funk/blues oriented bass playing, along with the thick analog tones of his Moog Taurus Pedals. All of the tracks on the album are recorded as one take performances to try to recapture the stunning live performances that they have become noted for. Hydro Static Union is proud of this work and hope that you will enjoy the orbital experience of their first album. Maximum volume is recommended for your aural expansion.

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