wh001 Saluki Regicide – Dematerialized

Saluki Regicide

Saluki Regicide’s first album of soundtracks for weird dreams, these peculiar sonic paintings are less music than opiate science fiction.

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  1. No Question of Turning Back
  2. Coach and Six
  3. Thing of Dream
  4. Limehouse
  5. Swanee
  6. A Silver Dime
  7. Spread a Little Happiness
  8. Shore
  9. Dematerialized
  10. Dawn Chorus
  11. Prepare for Docking
  12. The Alternate Wavelength

Personnel:
C.P. McDill – sound wave manipulations

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9 thoughts on “wh001 Saluki Regicide – Dematerialized

  1. Yes, very weird dreamscapes – as a somewhat deaf person, I can only hear that people are speaking and no clear words, but the intonations with the background sounds results in a very strange mindscape. Very good, recommended for the ambient voices.

  2. I cant get to the download page! Is it me or the site? I want to check this stuff out after hearing it on the radio though iTunes.

  3. >”I cant get to the download page! Is it me or the site? I want to check this stuff out after hearing it on the radio though iTunes.”

    The Internet Archive, which hosts the mp3 files for these albums, has been suffering frequent server problems lately. Sometimes it helps to check back in after an hour or so, and usually page is back up. An alternative download page to download the Saluki Regicide albums is last.fm, which has the mp3s at a somewhat lower bitrate:
    http://www.last.fm/music/Saluki+Regicide

    Sorry for the inconvenience.

  4. I wonder where you got the dialogue for the background fom? Surely it must be a 50s’ or 60s’ era SciFi movie? “Atomic motor”, “moon rocket”, etc.

    Thanks again to C.P. McDill for this awesome piece of soundscape work! It has quickly become one of my favourites.

  5. To “Mr Nutty” —

    Thanks for your comment. In answer to your question: with but few exceptions, the samples come mostly from very obscure sci-fi/fantasy radio serials. The one with “atomic motor” is from an Australian program from (I think) the 60s.

  6. Wonderful Wonderful Wonderful !!! (he responds with huge glee !!! ) :) :) :)

    May the treasures never cease !!!

    Thank you !!!

  7. I ran across one of your tracks while listening to soma.fm’s “dronzezone” channel. It was so fantastic, I had to Google Search it, to see if I could track down where the samples from “Thing Of Dream” came from. I’d love to know.

    Also, I wanted to let you know that the sort of compilations you put together are a regular part of my work day. In a world of information overload and infinite distractions, it’s a very “centering” influence.

    Thank you, for doing what you do.

  8. Thanks for your comment. “Thing of Dream” was recorded at least six years ago, so my memory is sketchy, but I think it was from a vintage radio program called “2000plus” — kind of a radio version of Twilight Zone. The samples are heavily effected, so they don’t sound exactly like what’s in the recording.

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