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Extra Knusprig

by 1.1 Immermann

Non-repetitive post/alternative-rock, mostly-instrumental cinematic songs, quite noisy at times but still beautiful... some guitar virtuoso business.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. (Extra Knusprig)
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2. Zebralion
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3. The Conch
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5. Air Bandung
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7. Sensible Haircut Dan
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8. Rama Rama
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9. D. F. W.
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10. The Big Squeeze
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11. ...
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12. The Hate Camel
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14. En
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15. Samizdat (Intro)
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16. Samizdat
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
1.1 Immermann's second full length album. Better songs. Loads more guitar. Drums recorded with more microphones.
Heavily influenced by the 80s and 90s solo albums by Ryuichi Sakamoto, the post-rock bliss of Jaga Jazzist and the linear song formats of Subtle.


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