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I believe there is already a topic dedicated to graphics: now I haven't found it, so I write this: eventually deleted and incorporated it into the already existing one. Among other things, In this interview Ian Anderson talks about his relationship with S&R and the philosophical stimulus specifically related to ae, and the love for oversteps: https://warp.net/editorial/reasonable-person-an-interview-with-ian-anderson?fbclid=IwAR1sKpJx1eULMucWR_HwklBLSi0yCtnMei2-iRFuYoX9fUfd6hYMnxY0QvQ
Kirk Degiorgio struck gold during a recent dig through some of his old DAT tapes and unearthed 2 previously unreleased gems: a finished version of his widely acclaimed 90s classic ‘Hyperspace’ described by Kirk as the real Hyperspace and ‘Cosmos’, a rough uptempo percussive workout, proper crunch Future/Past sound. The DAT tapes also revealed a couple of tracks that were only ever released on CD: ‘TRY 2004 Funk Mix 2’ (from the 1993 ‘Applied Rhythmic Technology’ compilation) and ‘Locator’ (from the ‘Objets D'art 92-95’ compilation). All tracks were mastered straight off the original DAT tapes by Matt Colton to guarantee that extra crisp sound quality.
A1 Hyperspace (Unreleased Mix)
A2 T.R.Y. 2004 Funk (Mix 2)
Red Eye: https://www.redeyerecords.co.uk/vinyl/92460-asgde017-future-past-
Juno Download: https://www.junodownload.com/products/future-past-rare-unreleased/3592103-02/