- :>This is the "Plunderphonics" John Oswald? So what's the recording like?
:>Found sound recordings?
:In his own words it's 4000 well known songs chopped, diced and sliced into
:19 minutes. Your brain wants to explode listening to it. They are
Hey, I seem to recall someone mentioning that Plunderphonics was available
online somewhere in
RealAudio...does anyone know where this is? It was always something I wanted
to check out, but
> Hey, I seem to recall someone mentioning that Plunderphonics wasavailable
> online somewhere inwanted
> RealAudio...does anyone know where this is? It was always something I
> to check out, butyep...check out http://www.detritus.net for the full skinny (.mp3's, not
realaudio)...they've also recently added oswald's "rubiyat" ep and the
KLF's "1987" disc for yr listening pleasure...
doug // audiopig
>From: David San Segundo Bello <deeseese@...>The disc you have was issued by Blast First - I got mine as a present
>I have an 18 minutes mini-CD with the name 'plunderphonics' (cat. number
>DISX001) but I think he released a full-size CD with the same name (or
at one of their Disobey club nights, but I don't know if they
distributed any anywhere else. The full Plunderphonic CD was released
in 1989 (and distributed free), following on from an
identically-titled EP in the previous year. It has been fairly
extensively bootlegged. There's an extensive interview with Oswald at
the web site below.
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