Thread: CAPE 10 reveal - Team Samizdat

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  1. #41
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    Default Re: CAPE 10 reveal - Team Samizdat

    Glad people like this.

    I just wish that real life hadn't dragged me away from this as much as it did

    Kudos to everyone on the team for pulling something immense out of the bag; I had a feeling something like this would be the result the second I saw that we had Zoesch involved
    I'm probably talking shit.

    "Mixing most 'heavy' records is like trying to find order and lucidity in a recording of a Cathedral Pipe Organ, all stops out, randomly veering between Handel's Messiah, Ginestera's 2nd and a coupla Bach Fugues, in a Titanium kitchenware foundry, while a gaggle of enraged PCP snorting gorillas with bullhorns conduct a demolition derby with cement mixers against the soothing cacophony of a nearby landslide/tsunami/heavy artillery exchange."- Slipperman
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    once played a seventh chord in a folk song Last gold dollar is gone
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    Default Re: CAPE 10 reveal - Team Samizdat

    great one!
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  3. #43
    goes looking for thin ice to walk on Sentimental Hygenist
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    Default Re: CAPE 10 reveal - Team Samizdat

    really liked this one, it manages to stay cohesive through all the ups and downs, has a great forward momentum, and I definitely hear the influence of zoesch and MortenDK! Reminds me a bit of the Team Industry track we did eras ago, "Burn in the Pyres"...
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