Chapter Eleven

by Robert Turman

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Christopher LaRose
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Christopher LaRose I read this about it somewhere that you think it would be boring, with so many of the tracks that really do fall into the category of ‘experimental’, or at least quickly produced, with only one or two elements. but i haven’t been bored, the track sequencing is surprising and serves the material quite well.
speedkermit
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speedkermit 4 hours of tape experiments could have been a bit much to digest, but this is anything but. Stylistically diverse, frequently hypnotic and always inventive. These kind of techniques are ten a penny in 2021, but you get a real sense of how fresh they were at the time. Truly essential lofi worship Favorite track: Lower World.
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  • Chapter Eleven (1976 - 1987) 4xCD Boxset
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    Debuting in 1988 as a self-released 8xCassette boxset, Chapter Eleven collects the solo recordings (1976 - 1987) from one of the earliest members of the US Industrial Noise scene, coalescing a wide swath of influences and culling experimental techniques into inventive new terrain. Carefully remastered from the original tapes, this deluxe reissue is a long-awaited rescue from obscurity.

    "Turman seemed to have taken over where the last of the great synth based kraut artists left off in the 70's, infusing the spiritual meditation music with his own brand of loop hypnosis, slowly moving drones, industrial patterns, guitar fuzz, and even some in-your-face 80's style synth work" - IMPOSE Magazine

    4xCD's - Over 4 hours of music.
    Remastered by John Wiese.

    Co-Released by Hanson Records and Helicopter.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Chapter Eleven via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Rotator 03:37
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Cube Root 03:20
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Satellite 02:43
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Codex 01:11
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Morpheme 02:44
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Spinifex 04:45
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ES-335 02:21
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Usk 01:54
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Pink Tea 03:55
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Pipe Dream 02:36
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Insectum 00:31
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Groan Box 03:01
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Zombie 02:39
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Rinforzondo 01:50
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Depth Charge 03:18
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Freestone 01:32
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Mr. World 02:16
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Nektonic 01:53
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Labia Majora 03:34
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Image Point 03:00
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Ejecta 04:29
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Ligurta Wash 02:59
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Thinkpiece 03:14
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Kithara 03:43
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Masking Fish 10:09
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Broadcast 09:31
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Radius 06:05
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Lower World 15:54
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Thick Ice 06:58
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Los Angeles 02:18
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Medius Terra 07:46
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Vice 23:37

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Debuting in 1988 as a self-released 8xCassette boxset, Chapter Eleven collects the solo recordings (1976 - 1987) from one of the earliest members of the US Industrial Noise scene, coalescing a wide swath of influences and culling experimental techniques into inventive new terrain. Carefully remastered from the original tapes, this deluxe reissue is a long-awaited rescue from obscurity.

"Turman seemed to have taken over where the last of the great synth based kraut artists left off in the 70's, infusing the spiritual meditation music with his own brand of loop hypnosis, slowly moving drones, industrial patterns, guitar fuzz, and even some in-your-face 80's style synth work" - IMPOSE Magazine

Remastered by John Wiese.
Co-Released by Hanson Records and Helicopter.

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released November 13, 2020

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