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|9||[ ] (Reprise)||0:30|
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Performance for fourteen dot matrix printers played by an orchestra of personal computers from the early nineties and conducted by a similarly obsolete file server, based on text files composed and orchestrated beforehand.
Track 12 (in keeping with the concept of the cd) is not simply an untitled track. The printers are not printing anything - the track simply consists of the amplified hum of all 14 printers, and then they are all manually switched off, one by one.
The Staalplaat release is packed in a soft plastic cover which were originally used for floppy discs, with the info printed on a sticker.
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|STLP 154||[The User]||Symphony #2 For Dot Matrix Printers (LP)||Staalplaat||STLP 154||Netherlands||2002||Sell This Version|
|none||[The User]||Symphony #2 For Dot Matrix Printers (CDr, Album)||Asphodel||none||Netherlands||2002||Sell This Version|
|ASP 2007||[The User]||Symphony #2 For Dot Matrix Printers (LP)||Asphodel||ASP 2007||US||2002||Sell This Version|
|ASPH 2007||[The User]||Symphony #2 For Dot Matrix Printers (CD, Album, Dig)||Asphodel||ASPH 2007||US||2002||Sell This Version|