Re: New mystery FSOL release...
Posted: Tue Feb 07, 2017 3:15 pm
I only hope the release is traditional enough to be played in my tradional CD-Player, and that it fits into my tradional CD-shelf.
Everything from A(morphous Androgynous) ... to Z(eebox)
This is the best guess so far.Dennis wrote:Maybe it´s "from the archived electric brain storming environments vol. 0.1 part 1, presented and mixed by the amorphous sound of yage"?
Yeah, I've come to this conclusion too now. The later Archives, Life in Moments, Blackhill Transmitter etc. - I like them all, and listen to them as records in their own right, regardless of the era they came from or the name they're released under.mcbpete wrote:To be honest I couldn't give a banana-wotsit-shenanigan what it is compiled under/released in - when has it really affected what the tracks sound like anyway. As long as it's good, I'm up for it !
This made me laugh, but I also let out a worried "hmmm.." after.Dennis wrote:Maybe it´s "from the archived electric brain storming environments vol. 0.1 part 1, presented and mixed by the amorphous sound of yage"?
Absolutely - One of my favouritest '90s-era' FSOL tracks that I totally assumed was Dead Cities-era (even though we heard the first bit on ISDN - just that I only heard the full version on the later Dead Cities era sets) ended up being a Zeebox thing ...Ross wrote:Plus, there are elements of Zeebox on various '90s releases, so they've obviously been mining their old material for a long time.
Congratz Sir, you're now officially part of the magical FSOL worldPandemonium wrote:Viewed from Pushkinova 7 (the track named after my home address)
New thread - FSOL track title that best describes you? There's a few good contenders for me though: Just a Fuckin Idiot, Source of Uncertainty, Absent With Concept, A Glitch in Cellular Memory and, maybe most obviously, the two part combo: Spineless Jelly / Expander.mcbpete wrote:The track "Everyone in the World Is Doing Something Without Me" is named after my lifestyle ...
Got a bit of middle age spread if that's reassuring...Pandemonium wrote:Sometimes I feel like I'm the only 'fat' FSOL fan