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    SmackosComputer Day

    Label:Strange Life Records – SLR015
    Format:
    CDr, Album
    Country:Netherlands
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Experimental, Ambient

    Tracklist

    1Saturday Morning4:15
    2Fog Descends From The Mountains3:50
    3I Go In The Morning When There Are Not So Many People1:26
    4Radioshack2:28
    5Driving Home With A Computer2:26
    6Carpet Song4:45
    7The Screen Is On3:34
    8Drinking A Lonely Beer2:23
    9Watching A Little Plane Land Between Mountains3:00
    10The Happy Memories Of You On The Beach Are Slowly Fading Away9:51
    11Telcom Mountain Computer2:04
    12Programming An Enchanted Forest8:50
    13The Unbearable Sadness Of Dimensions2:38
    14Police Research4:17
    15Dreams Of A Lonely Lighthouse9:16
    16Return To Moosley Bay2:08
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    ©2007 Strange Life Records
    Recorded at Ewok Forest Studios, The Hague, Holland

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Computer Day (CDr, Reissue, Album)Strange Life RecordsSLR015Netherlands2007
    New Submission
    Computer Day (16×File, FLAC, Album)Strange Life RecordsSLR015NetherlandsUnknown

    Reviews

    __Human__'s avatar
    __Human__
    This album is still one of my favorite Wolfers journeys... Perfect for late night cyber surfing.
    thaneco's avatar
    thaneco
    One of my favourite electronic albums. Dark and mysterious soundtrack music that tells a story of a weird guy who is afraid of crowds and likes being alone with his computer. Just like a soundtrack of today's society. In this album Smackos is using most of his analogue and digital synthesizers. You can listen to sounds from Roland's Juno and Jupiter synthesizers blended with Yamaha's DX7 fm synthesis. No drum machines here, just good melodies! This album is recommended to all fans of vintage electronic music.