... Yeah, it s the intro to Tin Cans and Twine by Tortoise. Bit of a corporate swizz but there you go. They played that track at the gig in Leeds I went toMessage 1 of 5 , May 28, 1998View Source
> I remember seeing a CK commercial a few months ago with some sounds I couldYeah, it's the intro to 'Tin Cans and Twine' by Tortoise. Bit of a
> have swore were Oval. I posted to some other list to confirm and nobody
> replied at that time. I later saw some dicussion around the same
> commercial, but folks were saying it was Tortoise not Oval. I guess I
> haven't listen to either group in quite a while... but it is one of them for
corporate swizz but there you go.
They played that track at the gig in Leeds I went to and it was
... To be sure, the vinyl version of the MP release was a double lp which *did* include the remixes. The CD however did not. I never did unwrap anMessage 1 of 5 , Jun 24, 1999View SourceAt 07:51 PM 1999/06/24 +0200, Oeivind Idsoe wrote:
>From: Oeivind Idsoe <ezueled@...>To be sure, the vinyl version of the MP release was a double lp which *did*
>Huang Weijian wrote:
>> This I gotta hear.Who are these guys?By the way,I just got Oval's
>> 94Diskont;did the Mille Plateaux version come with the four mixes of Do
>No, I�m pretty sure the four additional remixes (by O�Rourke, Scanner, C.
>Vogel and Mouse On Mars) are part of the Thrill Jockey release only.
include the remixes. The CD however did not. I never did unwrap an
unblemished vinyl copy of MP's _94Diskont_, and was most happy to discover
Thrill Jockey's higher level of quality control. Anyway, after Oval/Popp
grew bored with tortured CDs as sound sources, the delicious irony of
owning 'em on the vinyl medium pretty much evaporated.