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Liberty

by Salon De La Guerre

A mostly instrumental collage of electronic song fragments featuring rock, minimalist and classical themes.
Genre: Avant Garde: Classical Avant-Garde
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1. Liberty 1
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2. Liberty 2
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3. Liberty 3
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4. Liberty 4
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5. Liberty 5
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6. Liberty 6
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7. Liberty 7
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8. Liberty 8
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9. Liberty 9
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10. Liberty 10
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11. Liberty 11
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12. Mine Disaster
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13. Liberty 12
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14. Liberty 13
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15. Liberty 14
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16. Liberty 15
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17. Mein Disaster
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18. Liberty 16
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19. Liberty 17
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20. Liberty 18
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21. Liberty 19
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22. Liberty 20
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23. Incident at Juarez
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24. When He Was Ultra Sound
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Liberty," the 10th album by Salon de la Guerre, mixes punk rock, electronic, classical and minimalist music fragments into an extended aural collage. The fragments are incidentally punctuated with a smattering of complete blues and hard rock songs.

The album is meant to be listened to from beginning to end, from back to front or on shuffle—a reflection of the way music is now consumed and emotionally processed by audiences. The album largely removes traditional pop melodies and opts for song phrases that are more open ended and jarringly interrupted, whose beginnings and endings are as nebulous as those of the album itself. Unlike its predecessor, “Gravitas: A Life,” the album thwarts the idea of structural intelligence in a pop album so that the job of reconstituting the music belongs to the listener.

All songs composed and arranged by Eric Randolph Rasmussen. The album contains guitar, piano and synthesizer performances by Eric Randolph Rasmussen, but also makes use of commercially available loops and samples.

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