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Well, I have to say - this is a really nice compilation (yes, I know - I am biased but I wouldn't say it if I didn't mean it). I've been listening to it today and I think it's my favorite of the Komposi series so far, and maybe even one of my favorite compilations ever. Nice work, CR!
You know, I am certainly not going to knock the increasingly impressive collection of my favorite artists on Positron! or any of their work, but, I really do think I agree with you. This is honestly the best compilation yet, far and away, it's not really even close.
Plus, it has to be said (and will be again) that track ARF track, sir, is just fan-effing-tastic.
Perfect? I'd reserve that for one with an IRM track in addition to everything else. this gets a 9.98/10 though.
... And ends with The Bizarbies. Seriously, did Miguel just disappear or something?
Artist With A Thompson - can't get enough. As for the Komp as a whole ... if this is how the next phase of Positron is gonna sound, I'm just gonna stash some bucks in my PayPal account and wait out those releases.
Yes, this is how the next phase of posi is gonna sound. We're moving away from industrial entirely (because, as an art form, it has been killed by German technopop) and moving in to eclectic electronic-based music, with the obvious exceptions of Atomica and my solo record, which are more acoustic than electronic.
Watch the fuck out for the Bounte record, though. Wade and Dean are really doing a number on this bitch.
Am I correct in assuming that the title of the ARF track comes from "Miller's Crossing"?
Love that movie. Best movie ever.
Oh, the ARF track is pretty sweet too!
Nice work. Looking forward to more in the future!
Good catch, Bob. You're correct, the title is a reference to "Miller's Crossing" - one of my all-time favorite films.
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