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HAPPY BANDCAMP FRIDAY!!! CRT drops a fun one on you with "33.3 VOLUME ONE." 10 tracks, none over 3'30. An experiment in brevity from an artists who is usually more comfortable in the long form. Thanks for purchasing this music and supporting independent artists!
released April 1, 2022
ALL SONGS BY CATHODE RAY TUBE. RECORDED BETWEEN JULY 2021 AND SEPTEMBER 2021 AT FLOW CONTROL 8.3.3.
SPECIAL ALBUM SEQUENCING CURATION BY JAY HARRELL.
MASTERED BY FRED SCHIMMER AT SCHIMMER SCHOUNDS.
COVER ARTWORK AND INTERIOR DESIGN BY CHANG T. AT CONDITION HUMAN
NO INORGANIC SOURCES WERE USED IN THE MAKING OF THIS RECORDING
COVER ART BY CHANG TERHUNE (CONDITION HUMAN IMAGERY DIVISION)
COVER LAYOUT/DESIGN BY CONDITION HUMAN IMAGERY DIVISION
PLAY LOUD AND OFTEN. IGNORE WHEN PLAYING FIRST THREE TIMES. AVOID DIRECT OBSERVATION TO ABSORB DIAGONALLY.
This music is best played at full volume in empty spaces such as:
abandoned homes, derelict municipal structures, crumbling sports arenas, condemned housing developments, abandoned amusement parks, semi or or fully abandoned condominium complexes,
defunct medical facilities such as hospitals, mental institutions, private medical research facilities, casinos and unfinished mansions.
WARNING: Under no circumstances should this music be played
in cemeteries or sites of atrocities or used in rituals of any kind.
MANY THANKS TO: Dad, Alice, Sophia, Ellen, Jay, Rob, Pietro, Deftly-D, DAMIAN, Kent, Herwig, Nathan,Component Recordings, Snowbeasts, Crime League, Condition Human, MY Family AND Friends too NUMEROUS to name YET too great to be forgotten.
CONDITION HUMAN was founded in 2014 by Charles Terhune, founder of Boston's seminal electronic label C-FOM which released
2000's groundbreaking "Boston not London" compilation. Condition Human specializes in electronic and experimental releases from the lush hard electronica of Cathode Ray Tube to the sonic distruptions of Ampron Aubide. No sound too small nor weird....more