warren steele stylee | songs for lost soul,s

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songs for lost soul,s

by warren steele stylee

passionate wailings of self doubt or endowment.
Genre: Electronic: Experimental
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1. Streaks
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2. Practicing Sorcery
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3. Off My Meds
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4. I
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5. II
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6. A Slave in the Pharoh,s Land
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7. A Lonesome Boy in the Midst of a March to Hell
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8. In the Basement
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9. And So It Goes
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10. III
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11. Home On the Strange
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Badlands Bossanova
"Out in the Peyote Nightmare Desert, where only the bad souls roam, the air is filled with strange noises. Tibetan Throat Singers serenade the spirits of the damned to whiskey bottle percussion. Tom Waits is there, and so is Can. They’re sharing cigarettes and waiting for the sun to rise, but deep down they know, it never will."
Reviewed by: johnny crewdson from Blackpool, Lancashire, United Kingdom

It,s all just names, noise and voice. An experimental group based on the creation of art for the sake of art. Ideas at play. The practical applications are just a playing out of particles. An inconsequential motion that makes the moan; the fuss that brings the fuzz. Those things that bring the noise up from the scratch and make the moments less relaxed. Those are the things i,m interested in. thank you for all your time, love, and support.
warren steele

The second album is in the works could be due fall '09 keep checking out warrensteelestylee.net as well as our myspace for info and previews of the material to come('the edge of town' already at myspace).
The film 'lost soul,s' scored by this album is also in the works. the 2009 release date has been pushed back with no replacement date given. Be on the lookout!


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Mr. HCI

Different . . .
File this somewhere between The 13th Floor Elevators, Hapshash and the Coloured Coat, Amon Düül I (not II) and the Godz (the ESP band, not the metal one(s)). Droning music, unintelligible vocals and a general sense of otherness make this one of my favorite releases of 2006.