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Re: SF looper seeks occasional sync buddy(s).
Yes, I've always thought our styles would work nicely
together, but you're like practically in Canada, eh?
I didn't work on any of the samples, that was my
friend Gary Hesse, who's just moved back to town so
stay tuned for more wackiness from him. I think it
was Richard Berton from 1984 (such a good movie
Also, I'm glad you got the humor in all of it. His
idea was to use a lot of religious samples... but only
from sci-fi movies. When I was mixing the tracks I
thought, "woah, are we a weird Christian ambient
band?" I guess it worked for Cartman, so why not?
Thanks for the kind words, my friend.
--- ArsOcarina@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 7/25/05 11:40:55 AM,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> > http://www.zerocrossing.net/music.html
> I wish I didn't live so far away. I dig some of your
> new tracks up there,
> especially "War WithOceania." Is that a Richard
> Burton clip from 1984?
> Cool!!! The other "Evangelical" and "Civil Defense
> Authority" verbal
> components were waaaaay funny.
> Best regards,
> tEd ® kiLLiAn
> "Different is not always better, but better is
> always different"
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