Long Distance Runner | The Fire of Cumulative Hours

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The Fire of Cumulative Hours

by Long Distance Runner

A Collage of Breakbeats and Experimental Soundscapes, Assembled with an Akai MPC Sampler and a Computer - For fans of Prefuse 73, RJD2, The Books, Four Tet, Caribou, Tortoise, etc.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Los Nihongoristas
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2. The Fire of Cumulative Hours
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3. After the Math
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4. Mongolian Disco in Exile
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5. Blues in the Key of Red
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This mostly instrumental album of cut-and-paste electronica was produced with various instruments, an Akai MPC 2000XL, and Pro Tools.


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The 'EP' can only be described as a collection of unequaled gems of musical marvel. In a world of 'me too' sounds, this one stands out as a triumph for the boutique band... Two thumbs up.

Mattias Häggström Gerdt

LDR uses a production technique that is not only interesting but challenging too. With his feeling for the groove and beat, every track is extremely enjoyable. My personal favourite, Mongolian Disco in Exile, is probably the best party track I've heard. Nobody can sit still or frown when it's on. You sir, has created a classic.


Ok, so there may not be an absolute ton of tracks on this but that's no bad thing. Everything is tight and well produced, absolutely no unnecessary fluff. Beautiful tracks that are very evocative. Bought this CD just based on the blurb and very happy with the purchase. Love the CD cover as well!! Nice work. drt