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Disc 1
01
Otto Luening and Vladimir Ussachevsky - Incantation For Tape (1953)
02 :36
02
Luc Ferrari - Visage V (1958-59)
10 :36
03
Tod Dockstader - Aerial > Song (2002)
12 :56
04
Johanna M Beyer - Music of the Spheres (1938)
06 :00
05
Morton Subotnick - Mandolin (1962)
07 :02
06
Daphne Oram - Four Aspects (1960)
08 :14
07
Scanner - Emily (2003)
04 :53
08
Hugh Davies - Quintet (1967-68)
12 :11
10
Kim Cascone - Zephirum Scan (2002)
04 :49
Disc 2
01
Autechre - Bronchus One.1
06 :04
02
Multiphonic Ensemble - On/Off Edit
09 :10
03
Meira Asher & Guy Harries - Torture - Bodyparts
03 :42
04
CHoosE - Purzuit ov Noize
05 :36
05
Woody McBride - Pulp
06 :11
06
Arcane Device - Lathe
05 :56
07
Laibach - Industrial Ambients
09 :58
08
SPK - Slogun
06 :15
09 01 :28
10
Sun Ra - Imagination
02 :00
ARTIST
TITLE
An Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music Volume 2
FORMAT
2CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
SR 200CD SR 200CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
8/4/2003

2013 repress, originally released 2003. "Sub Rosa presents the second part of the highly acclaimed and successful series Anthology Of Noise & Electronic Music. This 2nd volume explores the early days of pre-electronic music (Percy Grainger, Johanna M. Beyer) and features some rare or unpublished pieces by main composers of electronic music (Vladimir Ussachevsky, Otto Luening, Tod Dockstader, Morton Subotnick, Hugh Davies, Luc Ferrari) as well as unreleased tracks by musicians who are cornerstones of the 90's electronic scene: (Autechre, Aphex Twin, Scanner, Kim Cascone, Yoshihiro Hanno), as well as tracks from the acid movement (Woody Mcbride, Choose) and the industrial scene (Laibach, Spk). Without forgetting some free-jazz (Sun Ra) or rare stuff from Captain Beefheart, Daphne Oram, Alan R. Splet (David Lynch's sound designer on Eraserhead, The Elephant Man, Blue Velvet and Dune). Like Volume 1, this second part is an absolute must for anyone interested in the roots and history of electronic music. The 2xCD comes in a deluxe digipak with a 24 paged informative booklet."