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The amateur view [Grabación sonora] / To Rococo Rot

To Rococo Rot(Grupo musical).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Series: Centro de Recursos Culturales.Publisher: [S.l.] : City Slang : EFA, p 1999Description: 1 CD.Subject(s): Techno (Música) -- Grabaciones sonoras | Música electrónica -- Grabaciones sonoras | Pop (Música) -- Grabaciones sonoras | Música rock -- Grabaciones sonoras
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Monografías 06. BIBLIOTECA HUMANIDADES
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"I Am In The World With You" {u2013} 3:20 "Telema" {u2013} 3:40 "Prado" {u2013} 4:19 "A Little Asphalt Here And There" (featuring I-Sound) {u2013} 3:11 "This Sandy Piece" (featuring D[disambiguation needed]) {u2013} 4:05 "Tomorrow" {u2013} 4:30 "Greenwich" {u2013} 3:51 "Cars" {u2013} 2:58 "She Loves Animals" {u2013} 4:12 "Die Dinge Des Lebens" {u2013} 4:56 "Das Blau Und Der Morgen" {u2013} 3:00

To Rococo Rot es un trío de post-rock de Berlin, Alemania. Compuesto por el bajista Stefan Schneider (también del grupo Kreidler Dusseldorf), y los hermanos Robert (guitarra, electrónica) y Ronald Lippok (batería, efectos). Ronald Lippok también ha ganado elogios por su trabajo en Tarwater. El nombre de la bandas es un palíndromo . El debut del grupo llegó en 1996 en forma de un disco sin título (posteriormente reeditado en CD por Kitty Yo). Read more about To Rococo Rot on Last.fm.With The Amateur View, To Rococo Rot leaves behind their many fumbling colleagues in the field of post-rock/post-techno to set upon a course of their own, a lush vision of listener electronica. Though the occasional angular guitar repetition is a clear nod to the influence of Tortoise, the trio construct tracks with reams of vintage electronics and a few acoustic instruments, assembling complex songs on a production line of sorts with a variety of simplistic parts. Highlights "Telema" (the single) and "A Little Asphalt Here and There" are bursting tone-capsules of warm laidback electro-funk, far less focused on the angular abstractions of previous TRR material. Although it's still leagues away from the electronic dance mainstream (or even the electronic listening mainstream), The Amateur View offers an intriguing glimpse at the future of home techno.

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