The Black Dog ‎– Music For Adverts (And Short Films)

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Warp Records ‎– PUP CD2
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Dumb & Dumber 1:37
2 The Wind Spirit 2:10
3 Jordan 1:47
4 Tzaddi 4:18
5 Pod #1 1:35
6 No Lamers 4:29
7 Edgar Allan 3:49
8 Harpo 0:39
9 Strange Hill 3:06
10 The Big Issue 3:03
11 Crayola 2:06
12 Horny 1:09
13 AGW 1:22
14 Seti 1:03
15 Darkness 2:58
16 Euthanasia 5:22
17 Gerry Noman 0:57
18 Meditation No #4 3:41
19 Stratus 1:04
20 Dissidence 1:02
21 As Clouds Go By 1:02
22 Disench 1:29
23 Minour 4:37
24 Mo 3:07
25 Wot 0:33
26 Kheprit 6:52

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Notes

Recorded at Black Dog Towers, London UK.

Track #9 Strange Hill uses a looped sample of 'Acperience 1' by Hardfloor played at -30% pitch.
Track #12 Horny may be missing on the track listing for some issues.

Made in England
℗&© 1996 Warp Records Limited
Published by Warp Music / EMI Music

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 5 021603 004924
  • Matrix / Runout: PUPCD2 • MASTERED BY MAYKING

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thesub_jet

thesub_jet

November 13, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Most charming Black Dog's album for me. No techno and stuff like that from their previous works. A bunch of beautiful nostalgic tracks i.e. Tzaddi, No Lamers, Crayola and of course Euthanasia. This is what I call near-idm mixed with ambient and classic electronica of mid 90s.
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 24, 2004

<I>Music for Adverts (and Short Films)</I> is the first post-Plaid Black Dog album, and their last one for Warp. And though the tracks may be intriguing, they’re all terribly truncated (hence the title of the album). “The Wind Spirit” and “Jordan” put us deep in the Middle East, first rhythmically and then musically. Ken seems to be bursting at the seams with musical. Indeed, a majority of the tracks seem to be leaning towards that geographic region of the world; albeit with the Black Dog’s unique sense of melody. There’s also the dark funk of “Edgar Allan” and the desert-wandering dirge of “Darkness.” It’s not often that I say that tracks go on for not long enough, but there you have it.