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I can't play it enough most repeated tracks on my Ipod


Yep,the last three Eps have got a lot of airplay from me,but Metaphor is still my favorite of those 8)

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I can't play it enough most repeated tracks on my Ipod


Yep,the last three Eps have got a lot of airplay from me,but Metaphor is still my favorite of those 8)


They get plenty of play here too. IMO, they have got progressively better.

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A nice EP with good music, fav is Lady Monk.

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A nice EP with good music, fav is Lady Monk.


Hyper Sphinx would be my choice, but nice to see a vote for Lady Monk, which is another fine track.

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before bm goes to thee public house, via 24 hour chemist for extensive painkilling dwugs to stop the pain in me head, can i just say that SWSIS, imho, is the totem of current TD....its the pointer to the future......and is a 100 percent fan bloody tastic EP.



over and out. :D

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before bm goes to thee public house, via 24 hour chemist for extensive painkilling dwugs to stop the pain in me head, can i just say that SWSIS, imho, is the totem of current TD....its the pointer to the future......and is a 100 percent fan bloody tastic EP.



over and out. :D


Is that your opinion, or the ringing voice in your head?

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http://www.radioeins.de/_/beitrag_jsp/k ... 81463.html

I have saved all the TD related real audio streams, availbale from the show, Elektrobeats, which includes this new interview with Edgar Froese.
The sound is below acceptable (56kbps), but even with this harsh compression, I must say that the three tracks feature, from this EP are f..... brilliant.
The updated versions of well known tracks are far more creative than the unneccesay TD Plays TD. :P
The title track IS 'the very TD' as BM proclaims, with the dark sequencer composing technique...
Surprisingly good - TD really master the EP format once again, and I look forward to hear the full sound recording, when I get it next month!


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Im going to have to go to German classes very soon :oops: :arrow:

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Excellent tracks are Hyper Sphinx and the title track.... Lady Monk isn't bad :wink:

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All three tracks are superb and TD (here EF) at its best! More please!!! :wink:

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All three tracks are superb and TD (here EF) at its best! More please!!! :wink:


Lonely Cowboy..............could you tell me how your writing is yellow :? Third time of asking :arrow:

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All three tracks are superb and TD (here EF) at its best! More please!!! :wink:


Lonely Cowboy..............could you tell me how your writing is yellow :? Third time of asking :arrow:[/quote

Change the font colour and type your text between the two bracketed areas Colin.

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epsilon75 wrote:
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All three tracks are superb and TD (here EF) at its best! More please!!! :wink:


Lonely Cowboy..............could you tell me how your writing is yellow :? Third time of asking :arrow:[/quote

Change the font colour and type your text between the two bracketed areas Colin.



Thank you Mick..............i was just a little confused :wink:

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bigmoog wrote:
can i just say that SWSIS, imho, is the totem of current TD....its the pointer to the future......and is a 100 percent fan
over and out. :D


So rehashing the past again and again is your idea of moving forward ?


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can i just say that SWSIS, imho, is the totem of current TD....its the pointer to the future......and is a 100 percent fan
over and out. :D


So rehashing the past again and again is your idea of moving forward ?


IMHO they have shown they can compose music with fresh ideas aka Jeanne D'Arc & Madcaps Flaming Duty :wink:

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