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Why hasn't this been posted yet?

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Why hasn't this been posted yet?

 

 It has now.

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because afx

aye, I do enjoy this track.. :)

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first remix i dont feel at all and even the video is somehow funny it took me out of the context.

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good stuff. love the synths at the start.

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Beautiful track, i'd love an instrumental but the vocals aren't too bad.

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From the Triassic Tusk mailout:

 

 

"Sorry for vandalising your peace and quiet.

First up is our new record - Sometimes by The Sexual Objects. The original version, plus remixes by Boards of Canada, Andrew Weatherall and WAVNE. That's a nice sentence to write. It's coming out on EP on Saturday the 29th. Only 1000 copies though. And we haven't done any pre-orders. 
We'll have it on sale on the site here...
http://triassictusk.com/shop/

And in real life it's going to be in Monorail, Underground Solu'shn, Assai, Love Music, Sounds of The Universe, Rough Trade, Friendly, Phonica, Discos Paradiso, Rush Hour, Honeybucket and probably some other places. The shops probably have other records that are worth getting too. 

If you happen to be in Glasgow on the 29th and passing The Rum Shack then we'll be launching it that night with a special appearance from The Sexual Objects themselves."
Edited by ravedamage

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Thanks for posting--I was trying to find the remix 7" and didn't see it on their store. 

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Definitely my favourite scene from this series of Twin Peaks.

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Feels like it just got going... picked up a pretty interesting, eclectic compilation from Triassic Tusk recently ... Screamers, Bangers and Cosmic Synths.... will def try and pick up this EP though

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good stuff. love the synths at the start.

fucks sake they sound so so similar to the dreadbox abyss! or maybe it's the abyss that sounds similar to boc...

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The first 1:30 is my favorite part, I'd take a 6 min track of it alone. I know it's not overly complex technical stuff but holy shit these guys have a way with chords. It's probably mostly because I've just become so familiar with their sound that every little nuance hits me. 

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Sometimes I wish I had rabies

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Pretty lame tbh

lol finally someone !

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I like it more then Sisters, but less than Mr. Mistake. I spose I'm in the "quite good" camp.

 

Not that it'll ever happen, but this track reminded me how much I'd love to hear some BoC solo piano recordings.

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i very much enjoy it   :happy:

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Pretty lame tbh

lol finally someone !

 

 

 

probably appeals to the huge chunk of their fanbase who like the pop end of the BOC spectrum (of which lurking on twoism for a few years, there seems to be an awful lot)

 

Their other remixes like the Mr Mistake versions have been my cup of perfectly brewed tea, so I can't be too unhappy

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Pretty lame tbh

lol finally someone !

 

 

 

probably appeals to the huge chunk of their fanbase who like the pop end of the BOC spectrum (of which lurking on twoism for a few years, there seems to be an awful lot)

 

Their other remixes like the Mr Mistake versions have been my cup of perfectly brewed tea, so I can't be too unhappy

 

 

:cisfor:

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