Eyes Of March ‎– The Plum II

Time Lapse ‎– TL023
Cassette, Album


1 A Mason's Death 3:22
2 The Singularity 1:49
3 Terra Lucida 2:18
4 Good Luck 1:40
5 '71 1:37
6 Evolving 1:20
7 Van Dough 1:32
8 Theory of Relativity 1:09
9 The Time of No Time 2:12
10 Eighty Eighty 2:20
11 Tom SAWyer 3:07
12 Fat Ass Fat Boi 1:41
13 In G Minor 3:12
14 Hadron Collider 3:40
15 Jupiter's Ring 3:16
16 Level 2 2:15
17 L.A. 2:16


Track Names and Durations are not given with the release.


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September 29, 2016
edited 12 months ago

Picked this cassette up the other day at Jacknife records and tapes in Atwater as the label and artwork caught my attention. I did not know what to expect to find when I gave it a listen. Everything from tripnotic beats to video game chiptune sounds to the a very cool manipulations of Rush's "Tom Sawyer" (that kicks of Side B). There is no track info at all on the j-card and all the tracks seems to blend into each other (sometimes seamlessly and at other times abruptly). I can totally dig it as it also reminds of Swedish Columbia's El Huervo releases on cassette and vinyl. Side A has a track that totally reminds me of my old days playing Castlevania on the old Nintendo system. Very cool stuff indeed. Such a shame that not many people will get exposed to this due to the format but I guess it pays off that I never got rid of any of my tapes or tape players/recorders for that matter so I can enjoy in this new cassette only release culture. Cassette is pressed with nice purple / white design that appeals to the eye. I'm also interested in hearing Dracula's Spacecraft as I recognize the cover as a strange looking building I see whenever I'm on the 10 / 101 freeway in Downtown LA.