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make

by semaphore

Semaphore's music is about deep tones, scattered beats, and just enough distortion to leave an edge in the ears so to speak.
Genre: Electronic: Industrial
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1. slipping south
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2. childhood revisited
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3. drone
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4. 20
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5. gel
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6. wetumpka seathes
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7. push
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8. veggie
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9. saw it
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10. death to me
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11. shun
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12. the bridge
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
'make' is semaphore's debut album of 12 songs, started in 2003 and finished in late 2004. It was created and recorded by Kirby Clements, in PDX.

Th music is now under the name of laughingshadow, and can be found at laughingshadow.com. Re-mixes of the songs on the semaphore album can be found and purchased there.


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Louise Howard

Worth the time to listen
Listening to it on not-so-good computer speakers and it still has clarity. Definitely will buy the CD. It has some very experimental moments on a couple of tracks that seem to go off on their own but the overall sound is richly layered and cohesive.