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Reviews for "Death At Corky's (Relaxation Tapes - Reel 2)"

Death At Corky's (Relaxation ...
by Subliminal
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Wed, Jul 30, 2008 @ 1:31 PM
permalink   Wed, Jul 30, 2008 @ 1:45 PM
One wonders what exactly you were doing in Amsterdam to have this idea on the way home ;-). But what happens in Amsterdam should stay in Amsterdam.

I was really pleased that you totally got the “you are a remixer and nothing can contain you” part of my speech :-).

This is a lot of fun. Thanks for bringing me along. :-)
permalink   Subliminal Thu, Jul 31, 2008 @ 8:53 AM
You’re most welcome. The whole time working with your piece I had a smile on my face.

Oh by the way, I only had two glasses of red wine while in Amsterdam. Honestly.
Doghouse Riley
permalink   Wed, Jul 30, 2008 @ 2:09 PM
Wail, I fell asleep durin that there esssssssessssq part and didn’t wake up till yor ol magnum opus was done over there Sub, ol pal. But I’m shore it’s a corker so’s I’m givin ya the full yard squat anyways. Derndest thing tho, while I was sleepin I had a dream that I was fallin through the air from so high I couldn’t see the ground and I was flippin end over end while holdin a runnin chain saw and ever time I’d flip I’d cut a hole in the damn universe or somethin with the chain saw and catch glimpses of thangs like me bein pulled outta my mommas womb or a lion catchin a widebeast or super novas explodin or the face a gawd almighty. You know, the regular stuff. Wonder why?
permalink   Subliminal Thu, Jul 31, 2008 @ 9:21 AM
Maybe you had one martini too many. A hole in the universe? You must also have been listening to my collection of sonic abominations with (almost) the same name.
permalink   Thu, Jul 31, 2008 @ 2:14 AM
I like it!!
Subliminal thanks for picking up on the subliminal sound of the glissando guitar -courtesy:Steve Hillage- screaming “use me”.
The whole Death at Corky’s piece reminds me of “The White Noise” electric storm in hell album A+B side!

I was recently in Amsterdam to see The Neville Bross. On our way there
Jan Schollaart harmonicaplayer played a tune in the train wich I filmed. Could easly fit into this track.

Maybe I sample some train sounds for upload later on!
permalink   Subliminal Thu, Jul 31, 2008 @ 9:24 AM
I was looking for some more conventional lead guitar when I came across your splendid glissando guitar. I put it through the Floyd Delay preset of a Reaktor 5 fx and it was just the right thing for the piece. Thanks for uploading.
permalink   Thu, Jul 31, 2008 @ 6:14 AM
WOW am I glad I read the description- Volume down, I just about fell over laughing when the intro ended!
Seriously, though- amazing, wild work; that’s one tireless drummer you’ve got ;-)
permalink   Subliminal Thu, Jul 31, 2008 @ 9:27 AM
And the amazing thing is that he seems to be just as tireless when not played through midi. Thanks for stopping by.
Scott Altham
permalink   Sun, Aug 3, 2008 @ 1:44 PM
Hooooolly crap!, I so wasn’t ready for that! …. scott takes a few to calm his nerves and pop the cones back in his harmon kardon’s. Ok, so that was so great. Love the hard rock angle constrasting with the chilled out meditatory intro. Talk about blowing your socks off :o)
Hat off sir!
permalink   Subliminal Mon, Aug 4, 2008 @ 9:03 AM
Thank you very much. I guess that you haven’t read my warning? ;-)