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Paul Schütze • Andrew Hulme - Fell Album FLAC

Paul Schütze • Andrew Hulme - Fell Album FLAC Performer: Paul Schütze • Andrew Hulme
Album: Fell
Country: UK
Released: 1996
Style: Downtempo, Experimental, Ambient
Label:
Genre: Electronic
Catalog #: 960115
Size FLAC: 2625 mb.
Size MP3: 1782 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 294
Record Source: CD, Limited Edition, Numbered




Tracklist


1Ioascan Incision12:11
2Dead Language2:57
3Fallen4:23
4The Prayer10:52
5Rain Of Rust8:09
6God Box12:05
7After The Knives3:08


Credits


  • Composed By [Uncredited], Producer [Uncredited], PerformerAndrew Hulme, Paul Schütze
  • DesignAnne-Louise Falson
  • Photography ByP.A. Woodhead


Notes


Limited to 999 copies, hand-numbered and signed by both artists.
Cloth bound gatefold cover with colour card inner sleeve.

Thanks to Adam Finch (Facilities) Anne-Louise Falson (Design) P A Woodhead (Photo).

℗ & © 7° Limited Editions 1996 © 1996 Copyright Control.


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout: NORTHWESTERN INC.0PZQ2<8051>NWISEVEN
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L482
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8104


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – 7°
  • Copyright (c) – 7°
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Glass Mastered At – Northwestern Inc


Album


Fell - Paul Schütze, Andrew Hulme. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Fell is a collaborative effort between musicians Andrew Hulme and Paul Schütze, released independently through 7 in 1996. All music is composed by Andrew Hulme and Paul Schütze. Anne-Louise Falson design. Andrew Hulme instruments, production. Paul Schütze instruments, production. Peter Woodhead photography. Album 1996 7 Songs. Andrew Hulme & Paul Schütze. Electronic Schütze and Andrew Hulme have been working together since Schütze produced the 1995 O Yuki Conjugate album Equator. The albums here represent their experiments in sound design both as original work and for film. Soundwork 01. Jan 2009. Jan 1996. contact, help. Contact Paul Schütze & Andrew Hulme. Streaming and Download help. If you like Paul Schütze & Andrew Hulme, you may also like: The Gazing Engine by Paul Schütze. go to album. Writing on Water by Paul Schütze. Track listing - All music composed by Andrew Hulme and Paul Schütze. Personnel - Anne-Louise Falson design - Andrew Hulme instruments, production - Paul Schütze . Jump to navigation Jump to search. 1996 studio album by Schütze , Hulme. Studio album by. Schütze , Hulme. Paul Schütze, Andrew Hulme. Abysmal Evenings. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Fell album. Random Article. Follow Us. Send a suggestion. FellStudio album by Schütze , HulmeReleased1996GenreAmbientLength53:45Label7ProducerAndrew Hulme, Paul SchützePaul Schütze chronology Site studio album by Schütze , HulmeFellStudio album by Schütze , HulmeReleased1996GenreAmbientLength53:45Label7ProducerAndrew Hulme. Track listing. Composed By , Producer , Performer Andrew Hulme, Paul Schütze. Design Anne-Louise Falson. Photography By P. Released in 1995 around the same time that Austrailian ambient composer Schutze produced O Yuki Conjugates Equator album. Fell has a much more ecclectic feel. It presages the static ambient soundscapes that Schutze would feature on his double album, Apart, from the same year. Moving through soundworlds set apart by extended ambient passages, Fell has the feel of a travelogue, capturing protest voices, the ambience of public spaces, non-Western chants, and acoustic instrumental interludes


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Released in 1995 around the same time that Austrailian ambient composer Schütze produced O Yuki Conjugate’s Equator album. Fell has a much more ecclectic feel. It presages the static ambient soundscapes that Schütze would feature on his double album, Apart, from the same year. Moving through soundworlds set apart by extended ambient passages, Fell has the feel of a travelogue, capturing protest voices, the ambience of public spaces, non-Western chants, and acoustic instrumental interludes. In a word; ambient music -- laced with post-industrial dread and absent the detached austerity of Eno or the populist jokes of The Orb.