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NEMO 008
year: 2000

project coordinator:Morgan Hamilton Lang
mastering: Morgan Hamilton Lang
artwork:Morgan Hamilton Lang


A split CD. The first half challenged contributors to use seemingly less-than-musical objects to make interesting noises. The second half features tracks created using only sounds from video games. Go from bicycles to exploding monsters in one convenient package!

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5 tim nelson
stream trackload mp3   it's hard to ride a bicycle in the desert
All sounds on this track came from my daughter Chloë's bicycle, a small purple one with fringes on the handlebars.
There's a video for this one on YouTube. (speleman62)
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