Monday, October 25, 2004

 
Ok, I'm back from Denver. It was more of a family-visiting vacation than a see-the-town vacation, so I have nothing much to report. I experienced the new breed of chain restaurants for the first time and was duly horrified. I also set foot in a Wal-Mart for the first time ever, but didn't buy anything. Nice airport!

Finishing up last week's post on White Noise - An Electric Storm, here's the epic The Visitation, which sounds like a combination of a pop song and a Twilight Zone episode. That recurring organ motif gets really creepy after a while. If you're on the fence about downloading the file: yes, it's 10Mb, but odds are you don't own anything else that sounds like this. God knows I don't. Just to recap, a bunch of good places to read more about this album, and the people who made it, are:

Head Heritage
A White Noise Page
White Noise
Delia Derbyshire.org
BBC Radiophonic Workshop

A quick peek around the usual spots (gemm, eBay, Amazon) reveals that An Electric Storm (vinyl and CD) shouldn't be too hard or expensive to get ahold of, so go get a copy and scare yourself with the other song from side 2, The Black Mass: An Electric Storm in Hell.



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