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Tripecac - College Collage (1993) Album Download

Tripecac - College Collage (1993) Album Download

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Performer: Tripecac
Title: College Collage (1993)
Released: 2011
Style: Experimental, Pop Rock, Field Recording
Category: Electronic / Rock / Audio
Rating: 4.0
Label: Not On Label (Tripecac Self-released)

Tracklist

1Painted Friend4:42
2Going Home4:25
3Narration
Speech [Talking] – Travis Emmitt
0:35
4Testing The Cup2:44
5Funny Head3:34
6The LoveFish
Noises [Background] – Beth Ogura, Travis Emmitt
4:29
7The Flop4:45
8Ipecac Is Dead
Shaker – Travis Emmitt
1:44
9Allen And Luke4:52
10Buzz Of Nothing3:42
11Anand's Journey5:30
12End Chatter 1993
Speech [Talking] – Travis Emmitt
2:23
13Eaten By Mimi5:07
14Gonna Die Today1:46
15Numb (Live)4:52
16Filler3:06
17Travis And Jon2:11
18The Battle1:41
19In Voice Only2:45
20The Raft3:33
21I Don't Wanna
Percussion – Travis Emmitt
2:08
22Die Today Reprise0:08
23Almost There3:03
24Anand's Journey (Original)5:43


Credits

  • Music By, Lyrics ByTravis Emmitt
  • Synthesizer [Yamaha SY55], Drum Machine [Roland TR-505], VocalsTravis Emmitt


Notes

From album page:

'I recorded these songs in the first part of 1993, when I was at college.

"Eaten by Mimi" through "Die Today Reprise" are based on a play I wrote in 1990 called "The Band in the Land of the Anchovies". It was a silly fantasy story involving the members of the Master Anchovies (Allen, Anand, Jon, Luke, and me). By 1993, it looked unlikely that we'd ever actually perform or film the play, so I decided to "perform" it myself, musically. These songs are the result.

My main instrument was a Yamaha SY55 keyboard workstation. I also added a Roland TR-505 drum machine on many of the songs.

I'm pretty sure I was recording with a four-track by this point (instead of a mixer and tape deck). I'd record the SY55 and drum machine together first (onto separate mono tracks), and then add vocals and sound effects to the remaining two tracks.'


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