Music is a Hungry Ghost

To Rococo Rot - Music is a Hungry Ghost
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2001 / Release Date
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Moving back to their minimalist beginnings, the Lippock brothers and Stefan Schneider have produced in collaboration with minimalist turntablist, I-Sound, a dark and claustrophobic listening experience, with less repetition of simple sounds than in the past. Though less accessible than their short dalliance with more commercial club beats, the results are still more thought-provoking than on their first two albums. The track which sticks in this reviewer’s mind is ‘From Dream to ... read more

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Track List

  1. A Number of Things
  2. For a Moment
  3. How We Never Went to Bed
  4. First
  5. From Dream to Daylight
  6. Your Secrets, a Few Words
  7. Along the Route
  8. Overhead
  9. Koku
  10. Pantone
  11. Mazda in the Mist
  12. She Tended to Forget
  13. The Trance of Travel
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Added on: December 16, 2020