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Slow Fast Hazel - Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup (CD, Album)

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  1. Emperor Tomato Ketchup, an Album by Stereolab. Released 9 April on Elektra (catalog no. ; CD).
  2. Emperor Tomato Ketchup begins with a bang and holds on for dear life through the end of the album. The bang, of course, is the band's greatest recording achievement, "Metronomic Underground". It's eight minutes of swirling, layered, hypnotic synth-and-guitar magic built .
  3. Slow Fast Hazel This song is by Stereolab and appears on the album Emperor Tomato Ketchup ().
  4. Band Binge: Steriolab 1/11 Emperor Tomato Ketchup To me, Steriolab is an album experience type band, i rarely listen to certain singles by them, i enjoy rather to listen through their albums instead. This is somewhat similar to that of Bjork's music, in the sense that i dont really hear her vision unless i witness a full album.
  5. Stereolab were poised for a breakthrough release with Emperor Tomato Ketchup, their fourth full-length beosucrauzitidismisutesnolegdu.coinfo only was their influence becoming apparent throughout alternative rock, but Mars Audiac Quintet and Music for the Amorphous Body Center indicated they were moving closer to distinct pop melodies. The group certainly hasn't backed away from pop melodies on Emperor Tomato Ketchup.
  6. Emperor Tomato Ketchup [Expanded Edition] by Stereolab, released 13 September 1. Metronomic Underground 2. Cybele’s Reverie 3. Percolator 4. Les Yper Sound 5. Spark Plug 6. OLV 26 7. The Noise Of Carpet 8. Tomorrow Is Already Here 9. Emperor Tomato Ketchup Monstre Sacre Motoroller Scalatron Slow Fast Hazel Anonymous Collective
  7. On September 13th, , Stereolab continue their year-long seven album reissue campaign with the release of 's Emperor Tomato Ketchup, 's Dots and Loops and 's Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night as expanded and remastered editions on vinyl, compact disk and digital via Warp Records and the band's own Duophonic UHF Disks.
  8. May 27,  · Excellent reissue. The production, manufacturing and remastering were done with much care. I compared it to my CD Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup and this LP sounds less boomy: it improved, in my opinion. I would turn up the mids and highs just a tiny bit, but generally it /5(K).

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