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Sonopresse mysteries (part 2)

Saturday, 30 May 2009

Here is another Sonopresse flexi record that has no information on it. Of course, it might have originally been released with a sleeve, but the copy that I have is sleeveless and labelless.
In the ending of the groove is a handwritten code, “SHOL 708”. “SHOL” stands for “Sonopresse Holland”.

I bought this one sided flexi in the late eighties. It came in a box with many other interesting records, that apparently once where collected by one and the same person. That is all I can tell you about this record.
I love this record. It sounds as a musical experiment or experimental music, but I use it as sound effects. Some parts sound as if they were made for the movie Matrix. In fact, they are better than some of the SFX used in Matrix!

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Comments:

jan

2009-05-30 03:50:40

Dit zou heel goed Ton Bruynel link text kunnen zijn, maar er zijn meer componisten die dit soort dingen hebben gemaakt.

jan

2009-05-30 03:50:52

Dit zou heel goed Ton Bruynel link text kunnen zijn, maar er zijn meer componisten die dit soort dingen hebben gemaakt.

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