Screwing Yourself To Live: A Chopped & Slowed Tribute To Black Sabbath

by Geng

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tobias_rieper I was subjected to them in the lab for years, so I can't really compute unmolested Sabbath anymore. However, this is different enough.

The orchestral breakdown in Sweet Leaf is, without hyperbole, one of the greatest creative achievements of the human race.
Planet Caravan should have always sounded like that.
How to improve the s/t track? Double bells.
Lord of this world is too exciting? Slow it down... Favorite track: Black Sabbath (Chopped & Slowed by Geng).
Kamar Al-Zaman
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Kamar Al-Zaman From top to bottom this album rocks, looking forward to more material in relations to this piece, but others as well. Thanks for putting this together. Favorite track: Iron Man (Chopped & Slowed by Geng).
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Presented By Purple Tape Pedigree & Steady Bloggin'

Art by John Turner Jr. with additional assist by Gila

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released November 26, 2012

Geng of PTP chopped & slowed & mixed this all together on turntables.
Alex of Steady Bloggin' dug up 99% of the movie/TV/documentary clips from which sounds were extracted because he's otherworldly like that.
John Turner Jr. of Auburn, Alabama had a few bad dreams and came up with the front and back covers.
Gila of Gorgeous Children wrote some informative shit on the back in a worthy font.

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