Artist Tom Emmons aka scatterfilter was so nice to provide a review for the “Verschluckbare Kleinteile” Release!
There was an issue with the replication sheet for “Verschluckbare Kleinteile”, which forced me to provide only a cheap ASCII file to you. This has been fixed.
Buy one (other) Straschill album, get “Verschluckbare Kleinteile” free! The fun thing here is: the albums you need to buy to qualify are pay-what-you-want (including free)!
The first reviews for “Verschluckbare Kleinteile” are coming in…
In this last part of the walkthrough, we’ll take a look at “Wehgetan”, “The Usual Bavarian Approach to Electronics”, “Sid’s Impeccable Design”, and the title track closing the album.
In this post, we go through the succesion of the “Bela-Paul-Gustav” tracks, and the trailing “Halbwegs Leer”.
In this post, I’ll shed some light on the tracks Promenade, Die Kraft der Wassersuppe, A Dance Song and Ursus Maritimus
We now take a closed look at Shalom Sister, An Expensive Name for Frozen Water, Bottom Freezer and Aqua Negra.
Here’s a walk through the “Verschluckbare Kleinteile” release – starting with an introduction.