A guest artists once again, with probably the longest name and strangest title we've seen as yet. Thomas Jerome Newton, hailing from the UK, has his roots in the early 90's and all the tracks reflect that - they're fun, amusing, interesting, quirky (hence the title) and generally something a little different to listen to. Enjoy the 'granny samples' of Ansatape to the more idm styled Friashift. Take a careful look at the track titles also and see if you can figure out what they mean! Welcome, Thomas.
Personally I like it when artist/groups have full length songs to d/load, because I make driving mp3 cd's for work, and when ever I get home from listening to all those different artists, I search for their entire albums and would purchase them because of having 1 whole song to play and get to know their music...Good Job on that..and hopefully more artist will allow 1 or more whole songs to be d/loaded...good for advertising, because people always ask me,"who is that? what group is that?" and I let them know...Thanks Again/./.
Rubicante wrote on 01/05/08, 5:42 pm
The quality was nice, however I just could not get into this ep.
Yelo wrote on 01/05/08, 5:42 pm
That was enjoyable!
My (ogg) download has the artist/album fields swapped on track 6, "Airy Spheroid". This can make a big difference when you are using a media player which sorts based on metadata (IE, Amarok).
Micksam wrote on 01/05/08, 5:42 pm
Great the first listening. A bit mehish second, third, and forth listening.
Then after that it's great again. I donno, must be me.
It's a really nice collection. I like Warengine expecially.
Niceone wrote on 01/05/08, 5:42 pm
MAN this is something new! Sounds interesting and great! Love this. Its veeeery strange but I like this style.