Rob Ellis ‎– Music For The Home

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Leaf ‎– BAY 15CD
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Tracklist

01 Out Of It
02 15/11/95 - Six Pieces For Fake Instruments : (I) At 2 B.P.M.
03 15/11/95 - Six Pieces For Fake Instruments : (II) Jerky
04 15/11/95 - Six Pieces For Fake Instruments : (III) Fast Forward
05 15/11/95 - Six Pieces For Fake Instruments : (IV) Dreaming
06 15/11/95 - Six Pieces For Fake Instruments : (V) Round
07 15/11/95 - Six Pieces For Fake Instruments : (VI) Starry Sky
08 American Dream For Three Pianos
09 COPY!
10 Music For The Home No.1 - "After Dinner I Accompanied My Wife In A Little Entertainment For Our Guests..."
11 Music For The Home No.2 - Bedtime Story - Three Little Pigs : (I) Hog The Impaler
12 Music For The Home No.2 - Bedtime Story - Three Little Pigs : (II) Pinky The Dreamer
13 Music For The Home No.2 - Bedtime Story - Three Little Pigs : (III) Squealer The Con
14 Music For The Home No.3 - Unreasonable Behaviour In The Nursery
15 Hang-Up No.3
16 Toward Dust Spiral Section
17 Symphonies Of Wind-Up Instruments (Three Movements For Imaginary Music Boxes) : (I) Lilliput 2000
18 Symphonies Of Wind-Up Instruments (Three Movements For Imaginary Music Boxes) : (II) Chrondine
19 Symphonies Of Wind-Up Instruments (Three Movements For Imaginary Music Boxes) : (III) Parade In Your Palm
20 Arctic Crossing
21 Cedez

Notes

Subtitled 'Instrumental, Mechanical & Electronic Music 1994-1999'.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BAY 15CDP Rob Ellis Music For The Home(CD, Album, Promo) Leaf BAY 15CDP UK 2000 Sell This Version

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jackthetab

jackthetab

May 15, 2010

Starts off in a rather ambient noise vein, but quickly changes its tone to a softer more experimental sound. At times the music is very quirky, from the psychotic piano in track six to the keyboard tatter of track nine. Many times this turns out to be nothing more than a collage of freaky sounds in very short time frames. You could easily put this CD on random, and have a whole new out look. The samples are reminiscent of children’s toys, if you remember the little pull toy xylophone with the coloured bars, That is track 14. This is not for the faint hearted, or any chill out session, it’s for the complete destruction of the word ambient. This is a complete directionless collection of sounds, very rude, crude and completely psychotic. Psychotic enough to scare any intelligent life from the planet, or from your living room (depending on your speakers).