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    Hal HutchinsonCorrupted Scrap

    Label:Freak Animal Records – LP 037
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition
    Country:Finland
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Noise, Experimental

    Tracklist

    ACorrupted Scrap Pt I19:55
    BCorrupted Scrap Pt II19:55
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    Credits

    • Lacquer Cut ByLvC*

    Notes

    Silkscreened b/w cover and insert. Edition of 143 copies.

    'Corrupted Scrap' consists of two live in studio scrap metal recordings that utilise an approach called 'Factory of Metal Sound'. This new technique allows for the recordist to assemble a sonic machine using the unwanted industrial products.
    Taking a form of sound recording that has always been essentially 'free form' and 'open', this approach replaces structure in the existence of the objects being used, and therefore gives them back their original purpose and factory made objects.
    Layering the sound of each object (chains, nails, barrels, pipes, sheet metal, etc) a territory is created that can be expanded upon and explored.
    These recordings represent the progress that had to be made with regard to recording scrap metal sound. They create an approach that is truly experimental in nature and not simply mere imitation. These recordings aspire to something beyond that which was inherited.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Etched): FREAK-LP-037 -A₁- -LvC-
    • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Etched): FREAK-LP-037 -b₁- -LvC-

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    Texts from the insert:
    'Corrupted Scrap' consists of two live in studio scrap metal recordings that utilise an approach called "Factory of Metal Sound". This new technique allows for the recordist to assemble a sonic machine using unwanted industrial products.

    Taking a form of sound recording that has always been essentially 'free form' and 'open', this approach replaces structure in the existence of the objects being used, and therefore gives them back their original purpose as factory made objects.

    Layering the sound of each object (chains, nails, barrels, pipes, sheet metal, etc.) a territory is created that can be expanded upon and explored.

    These recordings represent the progress that had to be made with regard to recording scrap metal sound. They create an approach that is truly experimental in nature and not simply mere imitation. These recordings aspire to something beyond that which was inherited.