Helicopter (11) ‎– Map

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Conglomerate Records (2) ‎– CGL 028
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A Untitled
B Untitled

Notes

No data provided beyond band name, album name, and catalog number. A portion of this cassette appears on a Conglomerate compilation claiming that this is a noise band from northwestern Pennsylvania (Conglomerate being based out of southwestern PA). No other information is known currently and this could be spurious information. J card is thick plastic, off white, possibly a textured commercial tile.

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benopie

benopie

March 27, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
Of the collection of Conglomerate Records tapes I've listened to, this is my favorite so far. If you check out the youtube video to the right, you can listen to the first (?) side. While not precisely the same thing, you could pass this off as a c.1983 MB/Maurizio Bianchi tape if you chose to. There's a similar aesthetic, long noisy droney echoey synths, not necessarily unpleasant as in most power electronics recordings, but not as smooth and dreamy as a Tangerine Dream recording; somewhere half way in between those things. The second side (not posted online) has more notes/melodic figures, looped and echoed, to similar effect. Deserves to be heard by any fans of that period industrial tapes. (This was released anywhere from 1986-1989.)