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The Chancellor

by Library Science

A coherent mingling of dub, electronics, samples,and psychedelic absurdity.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. The Chancellor
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2. Porn In The Woods (a bygone era)
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3. Launch Time
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4. Keynote Speaker
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5. Sex Positive
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6. Shackles
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7. The Milwaukee Mile
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8. You Can Never Stay Happy
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9. Overpass
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10. Mika
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11. Afternoon Park
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12. Lil’ Orange Sombrero
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13. The Saddest Video Game In The World
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Happi Tyme Records is happy to announce the second release by Library Science, "The Chancellor".

Still experimenting with dub yet pushing into new expanded territories, Library Science are creating a sound that is wholeheartedly their own.

Library Science is Mildred Pitt (of The Bran Flakes), Peter Lynch (of The Melody Unit) and Susan DeLint (of The Bran Flakes) Written and recorded in their studio over 2005-2006.

It is music that does not fear laughing at itself. Music where effects are played as any other instrument. Music that knows that the space between the notes is just as important as the notes themselves. Music that learns to not fear destroying and taking away as a means of creating something new. Music that asks, "When is it time to clap?"

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Antonio

Thoughtful and clearly visual
I've listened to this album again and again and it never gets old. Wether I'm going to sleep, or trying to relax, or driving in my car. It's simply fantastic by way of it's own, unique voice.
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