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Mondo Black Chamber

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Download links and information about Mondo Black Chamber by David Toop. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Ambient, Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Drum & Bass, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 29 tracks with total duration of 02:14:42 minutes.

Artist: David Toop
Release date: 2014
Genre: Ambient, Electronica, Jazz, Rock, Drum & Bass, Dancefloor, Dance Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 29
Duration: 02:14:42
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. 21st Floor Discotheque at 4am 1:44
2. Dream Cargoes 8:21
3. Nocturnal Service Shaft 8:55
4. Empty Mall 1:00
5. Automatic Security Procedures 2:40
6. Disposal Chute Inoperative 7:48
7. 37th Floor at Sunset 5:11
8. Brand New 2:22
9. Virtual Pet #1 0:28
10. Air-Con Function 5:47
11. Ventilation Shaft 1:16
12. Watchtower Data 7:49
13. Connection Not Enabled 1:02
14. Tricyrtis Latifolia 9:37
15. Koladé Spirit 5:51
16. Soft Cavities 5:48
17. Waxed Skin 5:34
18. Apartment Thunder (Eros + sacrifice) 3:26
19. Raw Mouth Shape 4:02
20. Silver Birds 2:23
21. Plume, Preceded by Far Off Inside 4:00
22. Ill-Faced Doll (Aozameta Omozashi Ni Katadorare) 8:35
23. Gored Fig Sacs 1:07
24. Blind Eel Priestess 5:59
25. Poison Incense 3:37
26. The Slapping Gun 5:45
27. Life in the Folds 0:34
28. Black Chamber 3:02
29. Boneless 10:59

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This double-disc collection contains all of the work of author, composer, sound architect, and strategist David Toop recorded for Belgium's Sub Rosa label between 1996 and 2003. Disc one commences with the album 37th Floor at Sunset from 2000 along with "Tricyrtis Latifolia" and "Kolade Spirit," both from 2002. The former originally appeared on the various-artists' compilation album Floating Foundation, Vol. 2 , while the latter showed up on another comp, Konstantin Raudive: The Voices of the Dead. Disc two features the acclaimed Black Chamber album from 2003. Collaborators on this date include Lol Coxhill, Paul Burwell, Tom Recchion, Terry Day, and Yurihito Watanabe. The final selection shifts the set's chronological order all the way back to 1996, when Toop contributed the nearly 11-minute "Boneless" to L'Inachevé/The Unfinished, a strategically arranged thematic album of featured compositions and performances from Locust, Lilith, and Mick Harris.