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The Holy Bible is the third studio album by Welsh alternative rock band Manic Street Preachers. It was released on 30 August 1994 by record label Epic. At the time the album was written and recorded, lyricist and rhythm guitarist Richey Edwards was struggling with severe depression, alcohol abuse, self-harm and anorexia nervosa, and its contents are considered by many sources to reflect his mental state. The songs focus on themes relating to politics and human suffering.
His performances invite listeners to explore an eco-futurist environment that challenges the established topographies of time and linearity. Music For Black Holes.
Jeremy Bible is one of the kings of freaky indie audio. Dude is the sole proprietor of the Experimedia online label and distro, which has been pumping out the non-hits since the turn of the millennium. The imprint itself is equally crucial. Some of the earliest releases on the Experimedia label involved the participation of Bible himself
Jeremy Bible is a media artist from Ohio, working across sound, photography, video, and graphic design. He collaborates frequently with fellow Ohioan Jason Henry, and also founded the record label and arts organisation Experimedia in 2000. However, it is not long before a sound is encountered that sounds undeniably digital, yet somehow also richer, more complex, and more familiar.
NotesPro-printed CDR in hot stamped black gloss black boxes with cotton insert & black card insert.
Collisions is a binaural work originally conceived for a live quad surround sound performance presented at Akron's Rubber City Noise on June 8th, 2013.
Track titles are not present on release nor is the label or catalog number.
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