Crepuscule Compilation Tracks (Vol 1)
 
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Crepuscule Compilation Tracks (Vol 1)

28 April 2008 | Format: MP3

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Song Title Artist
Time
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30
1
0:35
30
2
3:43
30
3
4:38
30
4
5:52
30
5
0:40
30
6
3:45
30
7
5:45
30
8
5:35
30
9
2:57
30
10
3:12
30
11
4:54
30
12
5:55
30
13
4:17
30
14
4:34
30
15
3:16
30
16
4:50
30
17
4:25


Product details

  • Original Release Date: 31 Oct 1980
  • Label: LTM Recordings
  • Copyright: 2007 LTM Recordings
  • Total Length: 1:08:53
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  • ASIN: B001HAL52O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 234,661 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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18 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Paul Ess. on 26 Jun 2007
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These broad pop sounds from yonks are a constant thorn to a music fan. A sound you are highly fond of just looks so sad and lonely, sitting there on Amazon with no reviews under it. No eager pop-picker raving enthusiastically, no young rock guns blazing iconic clichés, no new (then?..now?) insight as to why it (ie.us!) SHOULD exist in the world.

You feel guiltily that you should post one on there immediately. In the case of truly fine musics, almost a COMPULSION to do so, like your life depends on it. Somebody, somewhere MUST notice (YOUR notice..ha ha!).

A lot of this stuff would be beyond some people if it was given mass exposure. The inner-meaning doesn't dilute with the passing of time, and the 'Oh you're living in the past' school of thought never held any sway for me. After all, where would the likes of Mozart and his admirers be?
To dismiss something, whether it be art, brilliant political thinking or fiery philosophical ideology, just because of a few years, just because it cant be squeezed in between MTV commercials, is serious folly. Validity doesn't measure.

It's a fine line, more than opinions. Much more than someone having more exquisite taste than someone else (if that were true, the world would have the same cds and dvds as me - and believe me - it would be a better, wiser place!).

The utter wretchedness of 'naughties' culture staggers me to the core of my existence; and the unquestioning, blanket acceptance of it makes me foot-stampingly cross. The fact that people KNOW that we praise and champion utter crud is the biggest bug-bear; things are deliberately presented in a messy and chaotic fashion - and this appears to be what we want. It's because we don't know any different, we're non the wiser.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
NO OBJECTION TO ART 22 May 2008
By Hank Napkin - Published on Amazon.com
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One of the most eclectic compilations I'm aware of is finally available again. One look at the artists represented here should be enough to convince anyone of the great worth that this now remarkably restored time capsule offers the 21st century: well done (not "corrective") remastering for the music and excellent reproduction of the original booklet. "From Brussels" provides a broad and important overview of the work by those who shaped a still underappreciated but important period in popular and new music innovation: from the Armory Show to Eno; proto Dome to Gavin Bryars ("Hommages" era); Michael Nyman to Durutti Column; even a lovelier than the final version demo by Thomas Dolby, all bracketed by John Foxx snippets, this collection proves the whole to be far greater than the sum of its parts. The combination of work here is very particular to its time, and delightfully indifferent to genre. The result of compressing so many ideas into so small a space is seductive, alluring and worthy of countless replays thanks to the depth of ideas and devotion to an egalitarian inclusiveness. It may simply be nostalgia on my part. Or it more likely may be the broader historic and artistic awareness at work among these artists. Either way, it's a great document that has maintained its own status as an audio Objet d'art.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Almost perfect 9 May 2013
By Victor Sedillo - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought the original cassette back in 1980, wore that out and bought a second copy. Later, I bought the vinyl 2 disc set, but was disappointed that some of the artists on the original cassette were replaced by other artists. I made do with a cobbled-together CD made from both vinyl and tape...until now. The packaging is perfect, down to the original artwork and booklet. That alone is worth the 5 stars. However, there are still a couple of issues. First, Felch by A Certain Ratio was noticeably missing. Second, the Durutti Column song entitled Piece For An Ideal is not the original on the tape, but rather one called Experiment in Fifth, which was included in the CD reissue of the Return of the Durutti Column. I contacted James Nice (who compiled this and all other Factory reissues) to let him know about these minor glitches. He will look into into it for the next pressing.
Five Stars 6 Nov 2014
By Anna Sulikowska - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Great compilation.
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