6bq9 | The Soundtrack to the Diner of Fear

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The Soundtrack to the Diner of Fear

by 6bq9

Soundtrack to an imaginary horror movie about working for minimum wage as a cook in a college town.
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. The Diner Opens
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2. The Bells! the Bells!
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3. We're Not Open Yet
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4. Here Come the Customers
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5. The Ticket Is All Substitions
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6. March of the Potatoes Into the Deep Fryer
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7. From the Point of View of a French Fry in the Deep Fryer
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8. The Calm Between the Breakfast and Lunch Rushes
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9. Foreboding
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10. We're Running Out of the Special
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11. To the Storeroom Across the Street in Gale Force Winds
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12. The Diner Closes for the Night
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Album Notes
Soundtrack to an imaginary horror film about working for minimum wage as a cook in a diner.
Recorded in Eugene, Oregon in 1988 on a Vestax 4 track Cassette using a Kawai K1-m and an Alesis MidiVerb-II except the last track, which is an acoustic guitar through an analog delay and chorus, and possibly the same MidiVerb.
I brought the original unnamed recording to work with me where I worked at a Retro-Styled 50's Diner and would play it while another cook (also a musician) and I would do prep before the diner opened. After several days of this, he asked me, "What is this? The Soundtrack to the Diner of Fear?" And so it became.
Originally "released" on cassette back then but mostly traded to other home tapers.


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