MP3 Partial Reptile - Industrial Lullabies
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14 MP3 Songs
- isn't going to be huge!
- hasn't really got any singles!
- isn't completely original!
- won't appeal to a mass audience...
Depressing lows, yippee highs, drums, beats, guitars, synths, bass, piano, something we can't quite describe and aren't exactly sure what it is..., occasional vocals, indulgently long instrumental pieces. The best description we coined for this album was 'Industrial Lullabies', so on the cover we described the album instead of giving it a name.
That's right! Partial Reptile's Industrial Lullabies have been collected on a single compact audio disc and packaged in some plastic with some stapled pieces of paper thrown in for effect.
We even put in some so called 'hidden' website URL's (SHHH! It's a secret!) where you can visit to access various pieces of free tat, like stupid information about these industrial lullabies that you don't actually want to know. Remixes we did of some songs because we were bored. Some silly pictures that we were going to use for the cover, but decided weren't that good in the end. And some general, 'play around with you' stuff that will make you hate partial reptile.
But you never know, along the way you may have some fun.
We didn't, we don't like fun!
We sell our paper/plastic/CD combination on our website and in a few 'select' retailers. We also let you download industrial lullabies for a fraction of the cost of buying it (all be it a fairly high fraction). Give us another 3 euro and we'll even post you the stapled paper we mentioned above, and a sticky back label. All you'll need is CD and CD-case to add to it, and you'll have the completed package for several euro less than it would cost to actually buy it, it's a lot of extra work though.
We were going to describe the actual music in more detail here, but we ran out of time as we had more important things to do. Just listen to the CD, and feel free to email us your own descriptions, if we like them we'll include them here, if we're undecided we won't, if we hate them we'll include them here.
We released a single a while ago. Some people listened to it. Most people didn't. We called it 'All Can See'. Very few people can see it on their CD shelves. We included it with the rest of our Industrial Lullabies.
We keep saying 'we' because 'I' sounds weird. We are usually just me, but other collaborators were held at gun point to join in on the odd occasion. While their efforts were initially accepted, we quickly started telling people that we did it all myself, we ignore those who claim credit. Tough! they're in the CD notes at the back of the stapled paper.
A reputed reviewer called Industrial Lullabies âThe best thing since sliced breadâ.
We made that last sentence up so we canât cite any sources.
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