MP3 The Lamb and The Tyger - The Lamb and The Tyger
Indie that feels bad skipping class.
12 MP3 Songs in this album (42:51) !
Related styles: ROCK: Acoustic, POP: Beatles-pop
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From the writings of Agnus et Tigris: a missive from one to the other, a distance of 400 miles between them, concerning the creation of a creature, known as Harmonices Mundi:
"There should be singing until the end of the first half. cut the loop somewhere in it. whatever you think sounds cool, and later i''ll tell you whether or not you actually are cool. 1 beat or two of silence, maybe a beat of anticipation (you know, like something about to break) then a blast of noises. We need big bells ringing, bird wings flapping, tinier bells ringing erratically, maybe harp noises, a bar or two of hymn on organ, maybe a little choir, and some radio static underneath. it should sound like one sound...near the end of the first break, after about ten seconds or so, the radio should come up from behind the other sounds, and dial through the static- a wash of static- then we need three certain chords- you hear them all the time at the ends of phrases- some sort of movement from the five chord to the one. i''m trying to think of what its in. kind of like the end of piggies, but not exactly. you know, just three chords. dun dun DUN. anyhow, after we hear those played, the loop picks back up where it left off with more sounds than it had the first half. it goes until "is God out of tune?" where the loops and everything stops, and spoken with a little echo "or are we?" Then SCREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEECCH-BOOMBOOM-SCREECH- POW! The sound should physically scare people. And then really quietly after that really loud noise- blip blip bloop hisss, etc. building consistently for a minute to a minute thirty, whatever we can spare. then maybe some sounds like a loose connection in the jack (i have a few of those to use), and the bass line for cell block kills!!! that''s what i''m thinking for Mundi."
The Lamb and The Tyger is Joseph Huettner and Robert Leib.