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Styrofoam / Dntel - Styrofoam / Dntel Split mp3
Electronic
Performer: Styrofoam / Dntel
Title: Styrofoam / Dntel Split
Style: IDM, Electro
Year 2002
Country US
Label Rocket Racer
Catalog Number RR018
Genre: Electronic
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 217
MP3 size: 2973 mb
Record From: Vinyl, 7", Picture Disc, Limited Edition

Styrofoam / Dntel - Styrofoam / Dntel Split mp3

Tracklist

1DntelDon't Get Your Hopes Up
Photography By – Brian TamborelloVocals, Lyrics By [Additional] – Meredith Figurine
2StyrofoamThis Is All Wrong
Written-By, Producer – Styrofoam

Notes

Limited to 1000 copies.

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Styrofoam, Dntel Split. Styrofoam, Dntel. Released 2002. Styrofoam, Dntel Split Tracklist. This Is All Wrong by Styrofoam Lyrics. Styrofoam Arne Van Petegem, born 4 November 1973 is a Belgian one man glitch electronica project indietronic on the independent record label Morr Music. He also releases under the moniker Tin Foil Star and works as a guest musician with The Go Find and Orange Black. On the album Nothing's Lost, Styrofoam worked with artists Valerie Trebeljahr Lali Puna, Andrew Kenny The American Analog Set, Ben Gibbard Death Cab for Cutie, The Postal Service, Bent Van Looy Das Pop, Markus Acher. Listen to music from Dntel like Anywhere Anyone - Remastered, breakfast in bed & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dntel. Dntel is known for mixing glitch and cut-up electronic techniques with instruments like acoustic guitars, accordions, and symphonic instruments. Dntel is also the project that spawned The Postal Service. He started working as Dntel, pronounced Din-tell, in 1994. A collection of tracks created between 1995-1997 Early Works For Me If It Works For You was released on the Phthalo label in 1999, followed by the release of an EP recorded in 1994 Something Always Goes Wrong in 2000. Vero nome: Arne Van Petegem. A Short Album About Murder Album. 3 versioni. Morr Music, Morr Music. Styrofoam musician. Styrofoam performing in July 2008. Background information. Birth name. On the album Nothing's Lost, Styrofoam worked with artists Valerie Trebeljahr Lali Puna, Andrew Kenny The American Analog Set, Ben Gibbard Death Cab for Cutie, The Postal Service, Bent Van Looy Das Pop, Markus Acher The Notwist, Lali Puna, Miki Yoshimura Munk and Alias. On November 11, 2012, Styrofoam went on indefinite hiatus, posting on Twitter Styrofoam will be taking a break for now or for ever and ever. Don't worry though, things will be happening over here: . On the album Nothing's Lost, Styrofoam worked with artists Valerie Trebeljahr Lali Puna, Andrew Kenny The American Analog Set, Ben Gibbard Death Cab for Cutie, The Postal Service, Bent Van Looy Das Pop, Markus Acher The Notwist, Lali Puna, Miki Yoshimura Munk an. Biography by Chris True. Follow Artist. The electronic one-man project known as Styrofoam came to life in Antwerp, Belgium, but didn't find its feet until moving to Berlin early on, and immersing itself in the developing rockelectronic hybrid Read Full Biography. Album Highlights. Nothing's Lost. A Thousand Words. I'm What's There to Sho See Full Discography. Styrofoam - Sleeping As Much Of The Day As We Wanted one song. 18 min 16 sec. There's a new Styrofoam song out today. It's 18 min 16 sec long. It's available only as pay-what-you-want on Bandcamp: 15. Loose Ends. The Go Find, Styrofoam & The Empathy Exams. Blow It Away from Your Eyes. It Isn't Real So It Doesn't Count. A Short Album About Murder. Синглы и EP. Loose Ends Symbol - Single. Name Your Trouble - Single. StyrofoamDntel Split - Infobox Album Name StyrofoamDntel Split Type EP Artist Styrofoam Released flagiconUSA 2002 Recorded Genre Indie, Electronica Length Label Rocket Racer Producer . StyrofoamDntel Split is an joint 7 from artists Styrofoam and Dntel. The 7 was never named, so is affectionately known as the StyrofoamDntel Split. It was only released as a 7 Vinyl Picture Disc on vinyl and was limited to a pressing of 1000. The Dntel song samples Depeche Mode's But Not Tonight. Track listing. US Vinyl RR18 Sid

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Dntel's track samples Depeche Mode, <i>not</i> a Smiths song, contrary to numerous reviewers claims. The mis-information was spread about to dodge a possible law suit. Jimmy Tamborello layers the intro to "But Not Tonight" into his piece quite nicely, not as an odd mash-up. Rather a sad little ditty, matched up well with Arne Van Petegem's "This Is All Wrong", an odd mixing of chopped-up hip-hop beats and vocals with the usual "sad bastard" Styrofoam minimal electro styles.