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Electronic Meditation
Thursday July 28th, 2016 with Sean McFee
radio massacre international / Pascal Languirand

Two electronic artists tonight.
Inspired by the Gulf War, gulf is a dark and often droning piece of work, although I chose the most sequencer-based track to open the show. These are some of the earliest recordings of the group.
radio massacre international - gulf - private
The second studio album by rmi, republic is very much in the mid-1970s Tangerine Dream style.
raw cane approach
radio massacre international - republic - Centaur
bothered atmos (1999) was a collection of tracks that didn't make the 2-CD borrowed atoms (rel. 1998). The strength of this material indicates how much of a groove the band was in at that point.
all the water in the universe is melted comets
radio massacre international - bothered atmos - private
I have previously played Pascal Languirand on this program on three separate occasions. The albums here came out in 1978, 1980, and 1981 respectively. Languirand was also in a 1980s New Wave group called Trans-X, and has continued to produce music in a New Age vein in later years.
Dans le vent, dans le temps
Pascal Languirand - Minos - Kebec Disc Canadian
Pascal Languirand - Minos - Kebec Disk Canadian
Pascal Languirand - De Harmonia Universalis - Polydor Canadian
Pascal Languirand - De Harmonia Universalis - Polydor Canadian
Pascal Languirand - De Harmonia Universalis - Polydor Canadian
Pascal Languirand - Vivre ici maintenant - Minos Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Professor Mike
Great show for a early Thursday Morning

1:35 AM, July 28th, 2016
Sean McFee (host)
Thank you for listening!

1:44 AM, July 28th, 2016