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saedos records www.myspace.com/saedos Colin Muir is part of this live act too... also saedos has an addictech mini site colin muir's brother = Sharps

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colin muir

by colin muir

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Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. opening track
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2. wobblymind
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3. a bit of fluff
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4. you too shall slowly be compressed, come judgement day
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5. truth of all
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6. sometimes
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7. here we are
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8. this is halloween
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9. and so lurks the subconscious
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10. the young brain strives forth and cultivates its own nourishment
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11. lurkey turkey
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12. dumpster perverts
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13. clack clack
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14. coldmeat
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15. lipsick
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Colin Muir's self titled debut marks the origins of the label SAEDOS RECORDS, which is co-managed by him and his brother Ryan, aka Sharps.
Colin Muir is bent out 90's electronica with crushing psycho-narratives.
Emphasis lies in blurring foreground with background through harmonizing rhythms and juggling instrumentation.
This album was constructed using out-of-date software packages and jerry-rigged recording equipment.

PS sorry we were out of stock so long, after our first pressing ran out we were not sure there would be enough demand to do another, but we bit the bullet and decided to press another 500, hopefully these sell as quickly as the first run!


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Jackson

So Dope
Picked up this CD at his concert, and just stumbled across it here. This is one of those really special albums thats hard to fit into a specific category. If you liked listening to Aphex Twins music back in the day, you'd proabably like this one too - its got that level of detail and sophistication you don't normally find in a lot of music thats out there. Check out his live shows too if you get the chance.

Scot Scotsman

Majorly Proper!
I bought this cd without ever hearing this man before...It was incredibly helpful in finding strength within my stone body...The music isnt even music, it is harmony in its purest form. The piece Clack Clack has forever changed me. The CD pummled my pasta and molested my inner thoughts hard and long into the dark, cold night.

Tim G

Tickles your noodle!
A mix of Autechre/Aphex Twin/Monolake/Ad Absurdum cracked out on maple syrup, listeners will have fun with this one! It tickled my noodle from track 1! Listening to this on a hi-fi rig w/headphones is sure to induce all kinds of strange feelings, if not psychosis. The artwork on the case and booklet is sublime. Mr. Muir: MORE PLEASE!

Rother Ackman

Beautiful
I bought this CD on a whim, and when I put it in my carosel the CD has stayed there for two weeks already! Every time it comes around I am stirred and intrigued by this album that awakens in me a sense of something greater and mysterious. This thing is amazing - I thoroughly recommend it to anyone who has an interest in music that wanders from the beaten track.