The Black Dog ‎– Parallel

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1 Parallel 5:04
2 Squelch 4:55
3 Erb 5:04
4 Glossolalia 4:55
5 Hub 4:13
6 Vanttool 6:43
7 Aural Wallpaper 3:50
8 Rainbow Bridge 4:09
9 Virtual Hmmm...... 4:40
10 VIR²L 4:36

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Recorded at Black Dog Towers (London) for General Production Recordings 1993.

© 1995 General Production Recording Ltd
℗ 1995 General Production Recording Ltd

Made in UK.
Printed in UK.

Issued in a transparent jewel case.

Reissued In 2002.

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  • Barcode (Scanned): 5018766952711
  • Barcode (Text): 5 018766 952711
  • Mastering SID Code: GPRCD15 ‧ MASTERED BY MAYKING

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MrZyc

MrZyc

September 24, 2014

one of my favorites.
jesick

jesick

October 26, 2005
edited over 11 years ago
This is the ultimate Black Dog collection. Songs that will never tire nor sound old, reminding us of how important they were to the sounds of the future. A must have.
hbmf

hbmf

December 15, 2004
edited about 1 year ago

Parallel... what a track. Thanks to the Black Dog and Plaid.
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 23, 2004

<I>Parallel</I> isn’t an album as much as it is a collection of tracks off of the Black Dog’s early GPR EPs. Not surprisingly, though, the quality remains undiminished after all these years. From the first track, “Parallel,” you can tell that the Black Dog boys know their stuff. “Glossolalia” ambles by smoothly, while “Vanttool” whistles by like a breath of fresh air. There’s quite the rhythmic workout on “Rainbow Bridge.” And the twin tracks of “Virtual Hmmm…” and “VIR2L” show the extreme diversity of their ideas using the skeleton of the same track. There won’t ever be anything like the Black Dog -- luckily, you can continue to enjoy what they did produce today and, surely, in the future.
magnetisch

magnetisch

May 3, 2003

'I sit in my room and imagine the future'.. A collection of early deleted Black Dog material, originally released on
the same label in early 90's.
The compilation was very hard to get, because GPR had to stop existing. 7 years later it was re-released with
some kind of cheap copied artwork from the original.
It's Pre-bytes music and made for diehard Black Dog fans.