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Twin Peaks Tribute Album-There Was A Fish In The Percolator

Postby hypereccentric » Fri May 09, 2008 5:38 am

V/VM pays tribute to Twin Peaks.
Details and 30 second Samples from the album are available at
http://www.boomkat.com/item.cfm?id=95501
Sounds really creepy and fabulous!
Check it out!
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Re: Twin Peaks Tribute Album-There Was A Fish In The Percolator

Postby mixomatosis » Sun May 11, 2008 11:10 am

It is indeed both creepy and fabulous. It also includes screen-printed artwork by Motorboy (of Pete Martell running to warn Harry and Dale not to drink the coffee), and a replication of the map to the Black Lodge. Don't buy it from Boomkat though - their P+P costs are hideous (EDIT: and it's sold out there anyway). Get it with free P+P from V/Vm direct (http://www.brainwashed.com/vvm) - trust me, he needs all the money he can get.

(while you're there, download my two New Beat mixtapes - they're sub-par, and one of them has Pump Up The Jam in it, but at least they're free)
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Re: Twin Peaks Tribute Album-There Was A Fish In The Percolator

Postby mixomatosis » Fri May 16, 2008 8:41 am

Never mind, it's sold out already.
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Re: Twin Peaks Tribute Album-There Was A Fish In The Percolator

Postby page_ripped_out » Mon May 26, 2008 10:10 am

Hello, did anybody get a copy of this ?

Any reviews and talk of it being avaliable again any time soon ?
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Re: Twin Peaks Tribute Album-There Was A Fish In The Percolator

Postby mixomatosis » Mon Jun 02, 2008 5:03 am

I've only ever known V/Vm to reissue a couple of releases out of the hundred or so he's put out since 1996, so the chances are remote. However he may upload MP3s to his website at some point (maybe in a year or two), or the audio may appear on his upcoming 7-disc retrospective box-set, but I'd say that's is very unlikely. In the mean time, there are some MP3 previews featuring reprocessed versions of Pink Room and the Fire Walk With Me theme on the website. Might also be worth checking out the torrent sites, as they could appear on there.
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Re: Twin Peaks Tribute Album-There Was A Fish In The Percolator

Postby page_ripped_out » Mon Jun 16, 2008 5:59 am

Hi again, having listened to the preview samples makes me want this collection even more ! :(

I haven't found anything on e-mule or any torrents that i know of, though i'm not too up on finding torrents,
not done it that much. Anyone here on the boards have any ideas to help ?

If you can, then a big thankyou in advance! :D
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Re: Twin Peaks Tribute Album-There Was A Fish In The Percolator

Postby mixomatosis » Thu Aug 07, 2008 12:59 pm

On a V/Vm/Lynch note, here's the former's pastiche/tribute to Mulholland Drive:

http://www.brainwashed.com/vvm/micro/vv ... _theme.mp3
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Re: Twin Peaks Tribute Album-There Was A Fish In The Percolator

Postby mixomatosis » Mon Mar 16, 2009 5:45 pm

Just to let you know, any hope of a repressing almost certainly went out of the window when V/Vm and V/Vm Test Records officially disbanded on New Years Day. Fans of Lynchian dystopian audio might be interested in a couple of forthcoming repressings of albums recorded under the name The Caretaker - I know one of them's Theoretically Pure Anterograde Amnesia, a 6-disc boxset of distressed Eraserheade-esque noise and drones (also available to download for free as DRM-free MP3s from his website), and another one, probably A Stairway To The Stars (I could be wrong though), which features reworked versions of classic pre-war pop and ballroom. The name Caretaker is a reference to The Shining, which may give you a clue as to the nature of the sounds...

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