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Auricle AMCDR 097 56'05"+ CD-R 7.00 + p&p

1. Touch Paper 5'19"
2. Blood 4'07"
3. A Can Of Worms 1'18"
4. Effective Derailment 7'21"
5. Plausible Diversion 9'17"
6. Pandora's Box 3'51"
7. Can You Hear The Dogs Barking? 10'29
8. Midnight 3'02"
9. Trouble Underfoot 10'59"

CD-Rom bonus: Session #5 PC video 16'24"

All material created spontaneously by Triax.
Recorded at Tachyon Studio, Knighton Fields Leicester, 2 January 2007.
Mix, collage and editing by Alan Freeman, 14-19 & 26-28 January 2007.

Alan Freeman: guitar, guitar-synth, keyboards, samples, laptop computer, violin, percussion, spring-board, acoustic CD, voice.
Steve Freeman: bass, tapes, loops, turntable, prepared sounds, analogue synths, acoustic CD, cymbal, voice.
Dave Powell: hurdy-gurdy, cello, flute, etc.

Hi, Alan here...

Yes, the CD version of "Cause & Effect" is quite different to VCD. Coping with filming whilst recording meant I had to have a lot more sounds ready prepared to launch and let run. Also, as we all played a lot more to the camera, the results are often abstract soundscapes fronted by solo instruments, a different angle to the Triax sound heard before. It also became evident that certain sections stood up as tracks in their own right, and I couldn't resist doing a reverse/concrete spooky remix!

on YouTube...
Plausible Diversion

First edition (quantity not specified) - released ?/3/2007.

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