Tal M. Klein | Rubs & Remixes

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Rubs & Remixes

by Tal M. Klein

Aniligital Music is proud to present remixes of songs from Tal M. Klein's funky forthcoming full length album "Plastic Starfish". Featuring the talents of All Good Funk Alliance (Funk Weapons), Qdup Foundation (Bomb Strikes), and many more.
Genre: Electronic: Funk
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1. Neptune's Minty Trident (All Good Funk Alliance Remix)
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7:14 $0.99
2. Houston Brownwater Moccasins (B-Team Remix)
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6:52 $0.99
3. Houston Brownwater Moccasins (Qdup Foundation Remix)
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6:45 $0.99
4. That Ain't No Mermaid (Quincy Jointz Remix)
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6:32 $0.99
5. That Ain't No Mermaid (Anthony Mansfield Remix)
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6:50 $0.99
6. Emmylou's Underwater Petting Zoo (Neighbour Remix)
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6:54 $0.99
7. Emmylou's Underwater Petting Zoo (Cubase Dan Remix)
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5:44 $0.99
8. Emmylou's Underwater Petting Zoo (Omegaman Remix)
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5:19 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Tal M. Klein is hard at work on his upcoming fourth solo album "Plastic Starfish". Through the summer months of 2007 he has released four funky new 12" EP's featuring singles from the album with remixes by a cornucopia of funk music's elite producers. "Rubs & Remixes" is a limited edition signed and numbered run of 15 CD's with artwork by Slim from Goodgroove and Craig Allen.

Also included with each CD is a limited edition sticker designed by John Bertrand.

These CD's will not be repressed and only 12 will be sold through CD baby.


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Mr. G

Hmmm
OK...I am a big fan of Tal's tracks...even got a few vinyl singles. However, this CD presents a frustrating situation for me, as the tracks are pure quality...but the price is just a little too high. Yes, the CD is signed and numbered, and there is a nifty sticker included, but this doesn't really justify that $32 price, especially for what is essentially a CD-R with nice artwork - something many artists already sell on CD Baby for about a third of the price. Why is the price so high, guys? I'm also curious as to why only 15 copies were produced.
I hate to say this, but I am going to recommend the MP3 purchase over the CD...and I hate HATE HATE MP3s.
As for the tunes...you get two All Good Funk Alliance remixes (B Team is a side project of theirs), the excellent Qdup mix, and several more choice reworks. Good stuff!

strangus

I want to pay more
I once paid $256.64 for an autographed copy of Peace, Love, and Beats.

Tal M. Klein

huzzah
First, thank you so much for your support, and I'm glad you dig the music.

Allow me to explain why the CD is so ridiculously expensive: Basically we really don't want to sell any. These only exist as stubs because we use CD Baby as a means of getting the music on iTunes, Emusic, and all the other digital retailers. However, some people really want a physical product. Something they can hold on to. These are the shortest runs of CD's we could do, and we'll never make any more of them. They are numbered and autographed. If a CD sells out on CD Baby then they remove it from the index which means people can't find the digital files either. So we have a quandary: In order to get my music on iTunes I need a physical CD, but I also need to make that CD expensive enough so that CD Baby never sells out of it.

To be honest, $32 is not as expensive as this CD will get. The first copy of this CD sold for $8, we double the price with each purchase until we reach the CD Baby maximum of $99. When someone buys this $32 CD we will double the price to $64, and then $99 for the rest of 'em.

So if what you're after is the music, mp3's is the way to go. If you want an incredibly limited autographed collector's edition of the CD, then that option is available to you at a price.