Applied Music Vol​.​1 - Science & Nature

by Café Kaput

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Private Diagonal
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Private Diagonal John Dee College prides itself on being the foremost science college at Christminster University. However, we’ve long been aware of a degree of public misunderstanding regarding the education we provide, particularly in regard to Enochian Studies, & so decided to produce a series of promotional films, using as accompaniment a number of pieces from ‘Science & Nature’. Suffice to say, we were delighted with the results. This album comes with a strong recommendation from our production team.
madopal
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madopal Plug in your favorite 1200 baud modem (cutting edge), and watch the data lines proceed. I prefer green to amber. All are evoked in the wonderful new Café Kaput release. Blippy, dark, and hitting all the right cortex points, this album is a must for every technophile & retronaut. Favorite track: Open Land.
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nikkidez Jon Brooks is cool
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Concise, succinct and targeted material specially produced for the broadcast, refreshment and entertainment industries. Melody, rhythm and metre. New ways to travel. Applied Music Vol.1 is the first in an occasional series of library-style albums from Café Kaput. Applied Music albums are organised into thematic selections and feature tracks chosen for their immediacy, simplicity of arrangement and distilled sense of mood.

Vol.1 - Science & Nature explores our relationship with environments, travel and industry, among other topics.

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released May 13, 2013

Composed by Lord / Kinmel / St. George, except 8 - D. Lord.
Art direction and design by Ian Hodgson.

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