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Emkog Records Sampler

by Various Artists

78-minute sampler CD of Emkog Records' past and future releases, with music by Deluge Grander, Birds and Buildings, All Over Everywhere, Cerebus Effect, and Elevator Machine Room. Includes differently-mastered versions and material unavailable elsewhere.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. The Solitude of Miranda
Deluge Grander
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7:12 $0.72
2. Birds Flying Into Buildings
Birds and Buildings
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9:11 $0.91
3. Art of the Earth
All Over Everywhere
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4:14 $0.42
4. Yucatan 65: The Agitation of the Mass (excerpt)
Birds and Buildings
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4:56 $0.50
5. Nine Against Ten
Cerebus Effect
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6:33 $0.64
6. Miracle Pigeon (early version)
Birds and Buildings
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2:27 $0.29
7. Aggrandizement (excerpt)
Deluge Grander
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12:51 $1.25
8. Gratitude
All Over Everywhere
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10:41 $1.05
9. A Big Blob of Demos and Early Versions of Forthcoming Music
Various Artists
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20:13 $2.01
Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.

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If you've never heard any of the groups on this CD, this is the perfect place to start. It has 40 minutes of the best music they've released so far, often mastered differently (or "remastered") from the original release.

But if you already know these groups, the CD is still a good purchase because it also has about 18 minutes of music from upcoming releases for 2010 and 2011 and an additional 20-minute track with a self-explanatory title: "A Big Blob of Demos and Early Versions of Forthcoming Music."


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