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Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Various Artists - Warp Back To Earth


DonHo57 said...

Thanks for all the wonderful Peter Thomas music....wonderful!

The Deuce Project said...

No problem. I'm glad to find a fellow Peter Thomas fan. If you ever get a chance (and haven't already) I strongly suggest hunting down the Raumpatrouille Orion soundtracks (there is one for the TV series and one for the film). Excellent stuff.

charles davidson said...

Thanks for posting. I found this CD in a Chicago record store about 10 years ago but lord knows where it is now. It's awesome to find it again. I wish there were more albums like this that mixed up the old and the new... Don't just USE your samples, LOVE them. As a matter of fact, this was one of the albums that got me turned on to 60s-70s soundtrack/library music, I originally bought it because of the 1st CD.

A side note to anyone out there in the great wide internet who enjoyed this album, I'd also recommend looking up the Luke Vibert "Nuggets" and "Further Nuggets" compilations.