Spingere | Coffee-Housing

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Coffee-Housing

by Spingere

Eletronica, noise, ambient (in places)... drone but funky too
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Return of the Panty Cats
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2. Stormy Tuesday
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3. Sleep to the Beat
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4. Ex
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5. Behind the Good Front
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6. 9 weeks, 4 days
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7. The Problem Reason Bring to Fights is This ...
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8. Ongoing
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9. Heaven's Small Lobby
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Spingere is mostly Will Cruttenden. Will has played bass and sung in a wide range of bands, mostly based in Oxford, UK. For most of this time he has also been writing and recording his own music. He recorded two pop albums as/with The Billionaires and then four as Spingere. Will currently plays with Soul Beaver and Bridge Street and looks forward to taking up his wife's challenge of writing something cheerful.

Coffee-Housing was written over a period of one year. It was a reponse to moving into my first house and then finding I had the 'neighbours from hell.' Screaming, shouting, and people banging their head against the wall at three in the morning led to months of interupted sleep which became noises in my head which became this album. Everything is much better now.

Thanks to:
Richard Brough - for believing in the songs (even the ones he didn't like) and mixing the album.
Arthur Durkee - for introducing me to many good ideas.
All my friends in Soul Beaver, especially Richard, Emma and Dave.
Bukoski and Thomas - for some of the words.
Love to Jenna.

All sounds on the album were recorded in the house and the primary instrument was the Chapman Stick Bass (SB8).


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