Soul Whirling Somewhere ‎– Hope Was

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Projekt ‎– PROJEKT 82
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1-01 Everything Was Beautiful 4:29
1-02 How To Hang Yourself 6:32
1-03 Yuma 4:44
1-04 I Will Never Let Go 6:20
1-05 There Is No Getting Through 2:42
1-06 When A Person Splits In Two, Where Does The Old Half Go? 4:04
1-07 You're A Book I'll Never Finish 4:11
1-08 I Should Throw Myself Under A Train 3:36
1-09 When They Emptied The Sea 2:06
1-10 Strength Is My Weakness 7:42
1-11 I Am The Last 3:34
1-12 Waking 2:50
1-13 Everyone Will Eventually Leave You 4:19
1-14 Ocean Oil
Drums – Jason Farrell
3:17
2-01 Nothing Is Different/Arkansas 2:21
2-02 How To Bury Yourself 8:24
2-03 Safety In Overglorifying The Past 2:56
2-04 Last Time I Left 7:37
2-05 When 3:34
2-06 The Hook Through It 4:46
2-07 S-Qoia 2:55
2-08 Sonora/Red 8:27
2-09 Unsleep 2:50
2-10 The Great Barrier
Drums – Jason FarrellRecorded By – Michael Strub
5:47
2-11 Forget It. I Give Up. Goodbye. I Love You. 9:03

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At the end of Disc 1, there is an unlisted 14th track that is not identified on the tracklist on the back of the booklet. However, in the credit list, Jason Farrell is listed as the drummer on two tracks, one of which is called "Ocean Oil". Since a track of this title does not appear elsewhere in the tracklist, the unlisted track must be "Ocean Oil".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 17026 00822 6
  • Barcode (String): 617026008226
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1,2): IFPI L451
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): ifpi 7708
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): ifpi 7714
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 3004-1-1 ALLIED DT *PRO82-A*
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 3002-1-1 ALLIED DT *PRO82-B*

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PROJEKT 82 Soul Whirling Somewhere Hope Was(2xCD, Album, Dig) Projekt PROJEKT 82 US 1998 Sell This Version

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Alastis

Alastis

February 13, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

Depending on your mood, this album can be seen as either whiny crap or emotional/pure work. It really depends on whether you are in the same situation as mr. Plaster - heartbroken and sad or not, whether your girlfriend left you or whether you're just searching for one.
I must admit, however, that even if you're seriously depressed it won't be easy to get through both CDs, since music is emotionally exhausting (he constantly swears that he will kill himself, for starters).
Overall, its certainly not the easiest audio work to digest and its not ambient in traditional sense (although there are plenty of lenghty ambient interludes between songs), but if you're searching for something very emotional and honest, look no further.