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Various - The Droplift Project album flac

Performer: Various
Title: The Droplift Project
Released: 2000
Style: Cut-up/DJ, Experimental, Glitch, Abstract, Musique Concrète, Noise, Speech
Rating: 4.8
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The Droplift Project is an art-response to the current relation of artists and lawmakers to the techniques of appropriation, collage, and sampling in music. It has been designed to play on your Compact Disc Audio Equipment without modification. Your ears, attention-span, and brain may require slight adjustments for maximum enjoyment of this Quality Product. Tim Maloney - "Thunderclock" Naked Rabbit . This Project was coordinated and assembled electronically. Most of the participants have not met, and conceived and executed this disc over the Internet. This project mastered and designed by Tim Maloney at Naked Rabbit Mystery Studios, . Box 36673, LA, CA 90036.

Various ‎– Drop Project. Label: Holy Culture ‎– none. Format: 17 File, MP3, Compilation, 192 kbps.

The Droplift Project (various artists). High Voltage! Giant Steps & Flashpoints in 20th Century Experimental & Electronic Sound. Can You Hear the Music. Goat's Head Soup it's all covers of RS album.

The Droplift project. The Droplift Project began in 1998 when members of a mailing list called "Snuggles," which was organized to discuss the audio collage art of Negativland, began to trade their own collage works online. The U2 single was re-released in 2001 on an album entitled These Guys Are from England and Who Gives a Shit. Negativland are interested in property rights, and argue that their use of U2s.

These files are all you need to recreate the original packaging for your own enjoyment or for the purposes of making additional copies of the album. Summary: Appropriating another persons art is nothing new. Artists have been making collages for the last hundred years. But what has been an acceptable practice in the Fine Arts, sometimes leads to court-action in the music world. In the US, a group of sound artists have responded with the Droplift Project. These artists pressed their own CD and surreptitiously put their product onto the shelves of unsuspecting record stores across the country (a tactic they.

The Droplift Project: Audio Art Music Distribution Prank". Retrieved 2011-10-28. Flak Magazine: The Droplift Project, 05-04-01". 127 (talk) 23:12, 26 November 2013 (UTC) 21. 54. 254 (talk) 02:14, 3 April 2014 (UTC).

Tracklist

1 Tim Maloney Thunderclock 2:35
2 Turntable Trainwreck Cubicle 38 Droplift Blues 2:13
3 Phineas Narco And Ronald Redball Free Will 2:41
4 The Button Familiar Faces 2:34
5 Reggae Death Squad Rub My Face 2:35
6 OBE Recycled Flashback 2:30
7 Workshoppe Radio Phonik* Cute Ass 2:34
8 Alamout Black Traitors 2:35
9 Chris Ball Urgent Day Off 2:40
10 Project Data Control Blame The Media 2:03
11 Brain Science Monkey Business 2:29
12 Mind Let's Play A Game 1:58
13 Social Security Loder Runner (Droplift Flakes) 2:23
14 Bonefish Sam And His Power Orchestra Mr. T. Adventure Story 3:44
15 Andy MacMillan [Untitled Track] 2:33
16 Ben Burck Sailor Mom 2:41
17 EMP-T Son of Satan 2:32
18 equatorial Long Slow Malcolm 2:03
19 The Doom Patrol Year Of The Rabbit 1:04
20 Dad's New Slacks Ice Teal 1:57
21 The Cranial Fishers No Need To Fear 2:15
22 Entropical Utopia Asshole 2:34
23 Seditious Halibut Media Marilyn Hanson Part 2 2:08
24 (c)(P)ee King Brian 1:31
25 Quiet American Checkmate 2:32
26 Escape Mechanism Elf Song 3:01
27 Kumquat Everyone Is Afraid Of Clowns 2:10
28 Stop Children To The Fullest Extent Of The Law 2:11
29 M-sli©k Da NinjA Wannabe (DE(©on)ST®U©TIVE ®EMIX) 3:31
30 Tim Maloney We'd Bruise 1:28

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Naked Rabbit Mystery Studios

Credits

  • Design – Tim Maloney
  • Mastered By – Tim Maloney

Notes

From the liner notes:

Chances are, if you bought this disc in a store, it wasn't because the store owner put it there. Once we had these CD's printed, we went into record stores in selected locations the world over, leaving copies in the bins for you to find. We used this "droplift" technique in order to protest the current state of copyright law in this country.

Why? Because our art is composed largely of uncleared samples. Each artist on this CD is involved in a relationship with media appropriation, found sound, and the art of collage.

For the last hundred years artists have recognized the wide possibilities afforded by taking elements of the world around you - newspaper clippings, photos, magazines and even manufactured objects - and recombining them to form works that are exciting, new, and often comment on who we are and what the times we live in are like. The artists on this CD do the same thing with sound.

We cut the TV, radio, tapes, recordings we've made, music we've creatively altered and purloined, samples we've found and hidden again, and even each other, to weave our own sonic tapestries that describe our lives and our times.

Unfortunately, the prejudices of others and the big business of music make what we do rather difficult to get out there. Rather limp and bullheaded interpretations of copyright law and irrational fears cause the music industry - and its world of lawyers - to ignore and threaten us.

All of which gets in the way of our work, and your enjoyment.

The artists on this disc want you to hear what we've made. We don't think there's anything illegal about it, so we did what we could to get it in your hands. Open your ears and let us inside for a moment, you'll see.

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