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Download includes 12-page hi-res PDF booklet by Anna Bejenke with front cover art by Jens Krauße, and an audiophile version in 24bit/48kHz glory of the album, together with cue sheet for your hi-end listening demands. Price is based on the Planck Length.
#secretalbum Verschluckbare Kleinteile ...
... was done roughly in the period between April 2011 and October 2012.
released December 12, 2012
Neil Alexander hammer guitar, stage piano (1); Rhys Anslow electric bass guitar (14); Christine Caulfield lead fridge (7); Jeff Duke electric guitar with effects (3); Matt Erion double bass (5); Firenze Audience vocals (13); Luke Cyrus Götze electric guitar (8); Ralf Gruber original trapset (5), trapset (8); Kevin Kissinger theremin (2, 6); Guido Kremer hihat (13), trapset (3); Jan Kühner electric guitar (7); Todd Matthews double bass (1); Wolfi Schlickhorn soprano saxophone (16); Daryl Shawn classical guitar (12); Rainer Straschill drum programming (5, 13, 14, 15), electric guitar (5, 10), fake acoustic guitar (5), grand piano (6, 10), komische Elektronik (3), melodica (13, 14), synthesizer (2, 4, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16), trombone (3, 5, 11, 13), virtual church organ (9); Two Quiet Suns synthesizer (1, 7); Alun Vaughan electric bass guitar (7).
Anna Bejenke series lead design, cover design, photography; Jens Krauße cover image.
Project and Technology Back Office:
Benedikt Eppelsheim fixed the old melodica; Simeon Harris mastering consultant; Lauren Redhead organ technology consultant; Dr. Bruno Sommhammer organ technology consultant.
composed, produced and sonically treated by Rainer Straschill.