Serpentina Satelite - Mecanica Celeste album flac
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- Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 87838E
- Recorded At – Amigos Studios, Lima
- Distributed By – Cargo
- Artwork – Chris Reeder, Johnny 'O'*
- Bass, Effects [Fuzz], Guitar [Guitars] – Felix Dextre
- Drums, Percussion, Effects [Oscillations] – Aldo Castillejos
- Electronics [Electronic Evocations], Other [Melody Laughter] – Flavio Castillejos
- Guitar [Guitars], Effects [Echoes], Effects [Delays] – Dolmo
- Guitar [Guitars], Effects [Feedback], Vocals [Word Manipulation] – Renato Gomez
- Mastered By – Gareth Williams
- Recorded By – Alex 'El Magico' Martinez*
- Written-By, Performer, Producer – Serpentina Satelite
NotesLimited to 500 copies on black vinyl (this) and 100 copies on blue vinyl. Embossed sleeve is blue foiled.
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Recorded at Amigos Studios by Alex 'El Magico' Martinez - La Victoria - Peru 05-05-09
Mecanica Celeste was brought forth by the presence of the Coro Interstellar Mercedaria that is Nieves, Maria, Eva, Elba, Lucy, Pascuala and Rina
Kosmik Assistance was also given by Alexandra Bianchi
Artwork by Chris Reeder and Johnny 'O' at Mission Control
Made in the UK2010 / Distribution by Cargo UK
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): 87838E1/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): 87838E2/A
- Barcode (Text): 5 055300 317582
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SERPENTINA SATELITE - MECANICA CELESTE new record sampler. LP imported directly from the UK. Limited to only 100 copies pressed on blue vinyl. Data wpisu 06 Wrzesień 2010. Wydawcy Rocket Recordings. Styl muzycznyHeavy Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0.
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MECANICA CELESTE is the third official recording by South American space rockers SERPENTINA SATELITE. After the success of their last raved about album 'Nothing to Say', the band returned to their studio in Peru to record this more ambitious and accomplished sounding follow-up
Almost as a point of principle Mecanica Celeste begins mean and burly, with the ancient "um" of woodwind-like guitar complaints elucidating into something formidable and serpentine. The ensuing 'Fobos' – definitive of their tantric instrumentals - is assuredly corporeal; all lip-biting frettery, unyielding sustain, snare rolls and cymbal smashes. Here, and dotted elsewhere around the album, the exerts of Spanish-Catholic religious songs and Flavio Castillejos' portentous poetry insinuate ancient evil, like a foretelling of apocalyptic vengeance paid out by wrathful Incan spirits. In a way it's replacement for the Swords'n'Sorcery and pulp sci-fi mythology beloved of their European counterparts during the 1970s. The ungainly beauty of Serpentina Satelite does its bit to rescue that ideology from disuse.