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San Agustin - The Expanding Sea album flac

Performer: San Agustin
Title: The Expanding Sea
Released: 2002
Style: Drone, Avantgarde, Experimental
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 844

The Expanding Sea. Overview (current section).

This album has an average beat per minute of 130 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/175 BPM). Recent albums by San Agustin. The Expanding Sea. 2003.

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3 km from Las Burras Beach, San Agustin Sea View Studio is located in Playa del Aguila district of San Agustin. Situated on the beachfront, this property features an outdoor swimming pool and a bar. The apartment has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a well-equipped kitchen with an oven and a microwave, and 1 bathroom with a shower and a hair dryer. San Agustin Sea View Studio offers a sun terrace. The nearest airport is Gran Canaria, 27 km from the accommodation, and the property offers a paid airport shuttle service. Rooms: 1. Important information.

The San Agustín Archaeological Park (Spanish: Parque Arqueológico de San Agustín) is a large archaeological area located near the town of San Agustín in Huila Department in Colombia. The park contains the largest collection of religious monuments and megalithic sculptures in Latin America and is considered the world's largest necropolis. Belonging to San Agustin culture, it was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995.

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San Agustin was known during Spanish times as Guintigui-an because of the abundance of a fish called "tigue" in the area. Negrito and Mangyan tribes from Panay and Mindoro were the first inhabitants, as well as migrants from island of Romblon, and southern Tablas. In the early part of Spanish conquest, the first settlement was at barangay Cabolutan. It is located south of Marinduque and Quezon Province, east of Mindoro, Aklan north of and west of Masbate.

San Agustín is a small and very pretty little village halfway off the main road between San Antonio and San José. It is one of the best-preserved villages on the island that is a slice of the real Ibiza, and a very tranquil one at that. Whilst the church interior is relatively unadorned compared with others on the island, its solid walls and simple cubic design are the perfect example of true Ibicenco architecture. From the church square you have one of the best panoramic views of the impressive San José hills and the open countryside that surrounds the village. The traditional houses that lead up to the church and all around the village are a truly lovely sight to behold.


1-1 Villeurbanne / 10 March 16:56
1-2 Grenoble / 11 March 30:04
2-1 Brussels / 9 March 15:50
2-2 Zürich / 21 March 30:29
3-1 Berlin / 7 March 16:04
3-2 Bordeaux / 13 March 22:55

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Griffin Mastering


  • Drums – Bryan Fielden
  • Edited By, Producer – James Elliott, Jeff Hunt, San Agustin
  • Engineer – David Daniell, Jon Philpot
  • Executive-Producer, Art Direction – Jeff Hunt
  • Featuring – Presocratics, San Agustin
  • Graphic Design – Ben Swanson
  • Guitar – Andrew Burnes, David Daniell
  • Mastered By – Chris Griffin
  • Photography By [Booklet Photographs] – James Elliott, Presocratics
  • Photography By [Booklet Photographs], Photography By [Front Cover Photograph] – Jeff Hunt


Recorded during the Table of the Elements European Showcase tour, March 2001.
Box set includes a 24-page booklet and a 98-page Table of the Elements 2002 catalog.

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  • Barcode: 8 06501 10812 8
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