Incredibly Strange Music
V. Vale, Andrea Juno
RE/Search Publications, 1993 - Music - 220 pages
The bible of lounge music, fans of ambient music, acid jazz, ethno techno, even industrial rock will find this guide indispensable. Categories include Brazilian Psychedelic, Outer Space, Exotica-Ploitation, Singing Truck Drivers, Yodeling, Abstract female vocals, Religious Ventriloquism, Sitar Rock, Theremin, Harmonica and more!!!
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It had car horns and the sound of cars passing by in stereo , and people would
fall to the floor to avoid being hit ! • V : So you started collecting records back then
• CS : I ' m still not sure I ' m " collecting ” now ; “ accumulating ” would be a better
The passion for collecting puts us on the terrain of “ fan culture , ” a recently -
theorized field of Cultural Studies that owes a lot to British writers like Dick
Hebdige , Simon Frith , and Fred and Judy Vermorel , but goes back to the work
of Walter ...
I also collect soundtracks from Japanese monster movies . On one record a girl is
actually singing a love song to Godzilla ; it ' s credited to the STAR SISTERS .
Normally these soundtracks alone are strange enough ; they ' re all electronic
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Re/Search publishers/editors Vale and Juno here add the finishing touches for anyone attempting to document the dangers and foreboding symbolism attendant in the replacement of records with CDs. In a ... Read full review