This has been a long time in the making: A new Interröbang Cartel song, “All Roads Lead Away From Rome”, for the album Rules for Dysfunctional Patterns.
I started on this nearly two years ago, released a preliminary version in mid 2007, and released an improved-but-still-not-satisfactory version in August 2008. Major Zed was going to work on polishing it up, but he got sidetracked with other projects, and meanwhile I installed some new software and learned some new skills which enabled me to make better progress than before. I’m now calling it done. I think.
For those who’ve forgotten, this is a fairly serious, instrumental number, fitting in with IBC only in its bizarritude, it being written in 15 note equal temperament. “It’s like a collaboration between Tangerine Dream and Mike Oldfield!” says Zed, in a quote I’d put on the back of the dust jacket, if this were a book and not a song, and if he were, you know, famous.
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