Instant (4) ‎– Sourcery

Label:
Jon7.net Microlabel ‎– JON7NET025
Format:
50 × File, MP3, 192 kbps
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Tracklist

1 Adobo 44:15
2 Alfredo 4:13
3 Barbecue 10:19
4 Bordelaise 1:04
5 Chile Bean 5:44
6 Chutney 11:55
7 Cocktail 5:16
8 Curry 16:35
9 Dessert 5:05
10 Espagnole 18:17
11 Ffish 7:35
12 Gravy 11:09
13 Hoisin 12:24
14 Hollandaise 7:12
15 Honey 2:55
16 Horseradish 4:01
17 Hot 27:45
18 Jelly 7:48
19 Ketchup 4:46
20 Ke-tsiap 14:02
21 Marinade 6:40
22 Mayonnaise 2:13
23 Molasses 8:49
24 Mole 1:12
25 Mustard 19:01
26 Mustard Dijon 11:32
27 Olives 12:24
28 Oyster 12:37
29 Pasta 9:21
30 Peanut Butter 26:32
31 Pesto 32:19
32 Pickles 18:34
33 Pico De Gallo 15:41
34 Preserves 9:45
35 Relish 5:22
36 Salad Dressing 12:38
37 Salsa Verde 10:57
38 Seasonings 5:59
39 Secret 7:31
40 Soy 4:50
41 Steak 5:18
42 Syrup 5:59
43 Tabasco 1:49
44 Tahini 6:54
45 Tamari 2:27
46 Tartar 10:36
47 Teriyaki 3:25
48 Vinegar 1:49
49 Wasabi 4:44
50 Worcestershire 6:28

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Notes

From the release page are these notes:

The creator of this release, Instant, was one of the producers invited to participate in the sample pool project. It took a while, but he came through for us, and how! This is the most unique release on this label, and may possibly have the distinction of being the longest single netlabel release to date. Readers are encouraged to disprove me if I am wrong! Weighing in at a hefty 8 and a half hours, this release provides an entire sleep cycle of unusual and enjoyable sounds, each one named after and based the idea of a kind of sauce. Much deliberation and a few sleepless nights were spent pondering whther or not to release this album unabridged or to edit it down to a 2xCD compilation. In the end I made the decision to let it be released as intended, and to encourage listeners to submit playlists of their favorite tracks. At the very least, this release challenges its listeners to seek a different way of enjoying it, in fact best results will probably come from listening on an iPod or MP3-reading CD players. I also highly recommend any enterprising listeners to enjoy mixing these tracks over one another. We certainly would like to hear any results created by this form of listening!

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