Four CD set. The third in our Close To The Noise Floor early electronica series - this time exploring the USA and Canada. Includes legendary artists Suicide, The Residents (a previously unreleased track), Philip Glass, Terry Riley, Patrick Cowley, NON, Laurie Spiegel, Chrome, Ministry, Moev and dozens more. Journey into the origins of electronica in North America - from early techno and electro to synth-pop, industrial music, ambient soundscapes and noise experiments. 60 tracks in a 48pp hard-back book format. Over 10,000 words of artists' sleeve notes and introductory essay by Dave Henderson (Sounds/Wild Planet/MOJO). Packed with previously unreleased tracks, lost gems and underground classics from lesser known artists, experimenters, innovators and outsiders. Part primitive rave, part synthesiser porn, part history lesson. A year in the making, Third Noise Principle reaches out to North America, taking in tracks from key figures on the early US and Canadian electronica underground, alongside releases by ground-breaking innovators, seminal composers and countless lesser known artists. Enthralled by the mysterious synthesizer and inspired by the DIY ethos of punk, a quiet musical revolution took place across the western world in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Inspired by the microchip and affordable electronics, artists for whom guitars, drums and bass had become old hat began to spread their wings and breach the boundaries of sonic experimentation. Some wanted to dance, some to relax and others to confuse and confront - all are represented here. Third Noise Principle explores every corner of this chapter in American musical history via over four hours of futurist, modern and sometimes challenging music. And who better to tell this story than the artists themselves - this lavish hard-backed package features first-hand sleeve notes from artists and their biographers, unseen photographs and an introductory essay by Sounds and Wild Planet legend Dave Henderson.
Four CD set. The third in our Close To The Noise Floor early electronica series - this time exploring the USA and Canada. Includes legendary artists Suicide, The Residents (a previously unreleased track), Philip Glass, Terry Riley, Patrick Cowley, NON, Laurie Spiegel, Chrome, Ministry, Moev and dozens more. Journey into the origins of electronica in North America - from early techno and electro to synth-pop, industrial music, ambient soundscapes and noise experiments. 60 tracks in a 48pp hard-back book format. Over 10,000 words of artists' sleeve notes and introductory essay by Dave Henderson (Sounds/Wild Planet/MOJO). Packed with previously unreleased tracks, lost gems and underground classics from lesser known artists, experimenters, innovators and outsiders. Part primitive rave, part synthesiser porn, part history lesson. A year in the making, Third Noise Principle reaches out to North America, taking in tracks from key figures on the early US and Canadian electronica underground, alongside releases by ground-breaking innovators, seminal composers and countless lesser known artists. Enthralled by the mysterious synthesizer and inspired by the DIY ethos of punk, a quiet musical revolution took place across the western world in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Inspired by the microchip and affordable electronics, artists for whom guitars, drums and bass had become old hat began to spread their wings and breach the boundaries of sonic experimentation. Some wanted to dance, some to relax and others to confuse and confront - all are represented here. Third Noise Principle explores every corner of this chapter in American musical history via over four hours of futurist, modern and sometimes challenging music. And who better to tell this story than the artists themselves - this lavish hard-backed package features first-hand sleeve notes from artists and their biographers, unseen photographs and an introductory essay by Sounds and Wild Planet legend Dave Henderson.
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Format: CD
Label: CHERRY RED
Rel. Date: 02/01/2019
UPC: 5013929107007

Third Noise Principle: Formative North American
Artist: Third Noise Principle Formative North American
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. The Devil Makes The Loudest Noise - Tone Set
2. Creators - Data-Bank-A
3. Mambopolis - Richard Bone
4. Logarithms - Geoffrey Landers
5. Current Slaughter - Rhythm And Noise
6. The Metal Benders - Dark Day
7. Push Me, Pull You (Pt 2) - Futurisk
8. Dancing Hairpiece Wears Two Left Shoes - Smegma
9. Rocket Usa - Suicide 1
10. Intermission: "Pop" - Lon C. Diehl 1
11. First Mutation - Kevin Lazar 1
12. Am City - Voice Farm 1
13. Donkeys Bearing Cups - Craig Leon 1
14. I Adore You - German Shepherds 1
15. Slabyard - Psyclones 1
16. 99 Space Music - The Residents 1
17. Hands Across The Sea (Pt 2) - K7ss 1
18. Archie's Dub - K Leimer 1
19. Simulation/Stimulation - Hunting Lodge 2
20. Hello Grieg - Short-Term Memory 2
21. Be Good - Blackhouse 2
22. Ange Des Orages - Philip Glass 2
23. Primordial Landscape - Patrick Cowley 2
24. Mind Over Matter (Demo) - Psyche 2
25. Lowdown - Galen Herod 2
26. Max Pale Red - Cyrnai 2
27. Mode Of Infection - Non 2
28. Oleo Strut - Marc Barreca 2
29. Electric Piece - F/I 3
30. Drums - Laurie Spiegel 3
31. Across The Lake Of The Ancient Word - Terry Riley 3
32. Unwinding - Michael William Gilbert 3
33. Mrs Laura - If, Bwana 3
34. Inacontact - Chrome 3
35. Slimy Stew And Pussy Gruel (Extract) - Dog As Master 3
36. Evening Thoughts - Anode 3
37. Xx Committee - Damarc 3
38. Cat Vomit Punk House - Girls On Fire 3
39. United We Fall - Problemist 4
40. 1981-83 Source Mix - Mystery Hearsay 4
41. What The Peeper Saw - Smersh 4
42. Catalyze (Subjection To Catalyst) - Boy Dirt Car 4
43. Ao 01 `Reagent' - Architects Office 4
44. Sad Horror Film - Mental Anguish 4
45. Untitled #3 - Controlled Bleeding 4
46. Geomancy - Joel Graham 4
47. Executive Slacks - Thirty Years 4
48. Madness - Lou Champagne System 4
49. Nite And Day (Homage A Cole Porter) - Tuxedomoon 5
50. Anemone Housing - Factrix 5
51. Womble - Nash The Slash 5
52. Police Story - Sequencer People 5
53. Dancing On The Berlin Wall (Demo) - Rational Youth 5
54. Untitled - F/I And Boy Dirt Car 5
55. Possibly Winston - Isosceles 5
56. Worlds - Steve Roach 5
57. Ice Floe - Young Scientist 5
58. 36a3 - John Bender 5
59. Work For Love (Dub) - Ministry 6
60. Clerk Charade - Moev

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Four CD set. The third in our Close To The Noise Floor early electronica series - this time exploring the USA and Canada. Includes legendary artists Suicide, The Residents (a previously unreleased track), Philip Glass, Terry Riley, Patrick Cowley, NON, Laurie Spiegel, Chrome, Ministry, Moev and dozens more. Journey into the origins of electronica in North America - from early techno and electro to synth-pop, industrial music, ambient soundscapes and noise experiments. 60 tracks in a 48pp hard-back book format. Over 10,000 words of artists' sleeve notes and introductory essay by Dave Henderson (Sounds/Wild Planet/MOJO). Packed with previously unreleased tracks, lost gems and underground classics from lesser known artists, experimenters, innovators and outsiders. Part primitive rave, part synthesiser porn, part history lesson. A year in the making, Third Noise Principle reaches out to North America, taking in tracks from key figures on the early US and Canadian electronica underground, alongside releases by ground-breaking innovators, seminal composers and countless lesser known artists. Enthralled by the mysterious synthesizer and inspired by the DIY ethos of punk, a quiet musical revolution took place across the western world in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Inspired by the microchip and affordable electronics, artists for whom guitars, drums and bass had become old hat began to spread their wings and breach the boundaries of sonic experimentation. Some wanted to dance, some to relax and others to confuse and confront - all are represented here. Third Noise Principle explores every corner of this chapter in American musical history via over four hours of futurist, modern and sometimes challenging music. And who better to tell this story than the artists themselves - this lavish hard-backed package features first-hand sleeve notes from artists and their biographers, unseen photographs and an introductory essay by Sounds and Wild Planet legend Dave Henderson.