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Robert Curgenven - They Tore The Earth And, Like A Scar, It Swallowed Them (LP, Album, Red)

Regular price €7.95 Sale

Media Condition:  Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Country:    UK  
Genre:       Electronic, Classical
Style:         Abstract, Experimental, Drone, Field Recording

Great copy, could easily be NM except for some minor wear around sleeve edges and very light hairlines.


Red transparent vinyl in black poly lined black paper inner sleeve housed in 350gsm reverse side printed cover.

"Imagine you have found a new country. To you and your fellow countrymen & women this new country appears empty. Perhaps there are some people living there, but you decide their culture is perhaps unsophisticated. These people have had a long relationship with this seemingly empty country – for thousands of years – they understand and care for the country and in turn the land cares for them. So, you decide to invade this country. You need to clear this empty land to make it your own, ready for you to inhabit, maybe even make it more like where you‘re from, the place you left behind. This not only changes the land but also vastly changes the nature of the long relationship of those you’ve displaced. As you colonise this new country, moving further into the interior, you soon discover that you are very ill-prepared for what turns out to be a hostile land. It doesn‘t end well for anyone." - back cover

Unprocessed field recordings from over 30 locations across Australia from 1999-2010.


A1. Scene 1. Scattered To The Wind, The Fortunate
A2. Scene 2. Only The Dogs And The Fires On The Horizon
B1. Scene 3. The Heat At Their Necks
B2. Scene 4. And When The Storm Came, They Were The Storm


Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode 9790900233806


Copyright (c) Robert Curgenven
Phonographic Copyright (p) Robert Curgenven
Mastered At Dubplates & Mastering
Lacquer Cut At Dubplates & Mastering
Pressed By The Vinyl Factory

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