Alessandro Alessandroni ‎– Light And Heavy Industry

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Coloursound Library ‎– CS6
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Vinyl, LP
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Tracklist

A1 Transport 2:10
A2 Boiling Matter 2:09
A3 Microbiology 1:39
A4 Fields Of Flowers 1:33
A5 Communication 1:55
A6 Transfer 2:13
A7 Production Line 1:51
A8 Deformation 2:15
A9 Steam Engine 2:17
B1 Fusion 2:24
B2 Electronic Assembly-Line 2:29
B3 Colour Industry 2:00
B4 Fermentation 2:31
B5 Construction 1:56
B6 Manufacture 2:02
B7 Work Cycle 2:48

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Credits

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"music suitable for heavy industry, production lines, demolitions, earth movements, biological research, laboratories, mines, oil rigs, light industry including electronics"

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  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 4233

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tomhoughton

tomhoughton

October 10, 2017
Pls get in contact if you are willing to sell or trade this release, thanks!
kommissarreynolds

kommissarreynolds

April 5, 2014
Please check out this release: http://www.discogs.com/Sky-Music-Group-Industry/release/5562820
The section "Industrial Machines" sounds like "Light And Heavy Industry Vol.2"!
ultimathulerecords

ultimathulerecords

March 26, 2012

Alessandro Alessandroni may be best-known as the whistler and guitarist in Morricone scores, but he was also gifted in his own right, like the wonderful Devil's Nightmare score, and his eclectic music for Killer Nun. Certain themes from Killer Nun in fact hint at the bizarre angular repetitive music as heard on Light and Heavy Industry, one of the best library LP's on the Coloursound label that's not by Joel Vandroogenbroeck! Guitar loops and entangled patterns of notes make a music that as much reminds me of the music of Lewis & Gilbert, aka Dome, or Polonio even. Cyclical, repetitive industrial music. Alessandroni's twist is a fascinating unique one, and all the more surprising for an album of short tracks.