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|1||To Be Continued...||6:15|
Falling For Sylvia
Bass – Peter Hillman
Of Angel Dust...
Keyboards [Additional] – Ben Timnis
Voice – Lee Hillam
Drums – Fab PertileGuitar – Andrew Hazel, Jed Palmer
|7||She Dreams In Car Crashes||8:29|
|8||Slicing The Skin Between My Toes!||6:15|
- Art Direction, Design, Layout – Ben Frost, Sally Lake, Stef Zagorski*
- Double Bass – Barry Hill
- Drums – Richard Andrew
- Edited By [Futher Editing], Programmed By [Further Programming] – Christian Scallan
- Harp – Hannah Lane
- Mastered By – David Walker
- Mixed By – Christian Scallan
- Other [Label] – Stef Zagorski
- Other [Web] – Anarchitect
- Performer [School Of Emotional Engineering Live] – Andy Hazel*, Ben Frost, Christian Scallan, Dan Rejmer*, Matt Bush (3)
- Producer – Ben Frost, Christian Scallan
- Programmed By, Performer [Assembled, Torn Apart And Put Back Together Again] – Ben Frost
- Recorded By – Frost*
- Recorded By [Additional] – Christian Scallan
- Recorded By [Assisted Initial Tracking Sessions] – Jimi Maroudas
- Recorded By [Initial Tracking Sessions] – Tony Espie
- Recorded By [Other Fragmented Elements Captured Across The Universe] – Fab Pertile, Lawrence English, Scott Horscroft, Valgeir Sigurðsson
Initial tracking sessions recorded at Sing Sing and 001 studios, Melbourne. Recorded at Ethermachines. Additional recording at The Soft Centre, Melbourne. Other fragmented elements captured across the universe: Valgeir Sigurðsson at Greenhouse, Reykjavik, Scott Horscroft at BJB, Sydney, Lawrence English, Fab Pertile, and answering machines.
Mixed at The Soft Centre.
Mastered at Stepford Audio, Melbourne.
All of this occurred between winter 2002 and winter 2004.
School Of Emotional Engineering uses software by Ableton and also acknowledges the support of Cycling74.
All songs Ben Frost ©2004 Ethermachines Music, except "Redline" Ben Frost and Andrew Hazel ©2004 control.
Richard Andrew appears courtesy of Pharmacy Records.
"To Be Continued..." contains a vocal sample from the song "Penance" by Tenille Ashton, used with permission.
"Redline" contains lyrical elements of "Opium" by Jean Cocteau.
©2004 Ethermachines Music undex exclusive license to Architecture label.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 021456 127467
- Matrix / Runout: ARC022 01 TECHNICOLOR
- Mastering SID Code: ifpi L283
- Mould SID Code (Version 1): IFPI 4630
- Mould SID Code (Version 2): IFPI 4602