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Brain  - Brain album
Performer: Brain
Title: Brain
Country: US
Genre: Electronic
Style:Experimental, Musique Concrète, Abstract
Released: 1999
MP3 album szie: 1986 mb
FLAC album size: 1390 mb

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Brain is an album from Hiromi Uehara's trio featuring bassists Tony Grey a. nd Anthony Jackson, and drummer Martin Valihora. Hirom 's concept in this album was to explore how complex and twisted the human brain can really be. To do this she incorporates the use of both acoustic and electric pianos to change modd throught out the album and sometimes in the midle of the songs as seen in the title track and to an extent the opening track, Kung-Fu World Champion.

Профиль: Pioneer German label in electronic music and krautrock, established by A&R men Bruno Wendel and Günter Körber in late-1971 as a co-release label in partnership with Metronome. In 1974 Körber left to set up his own Sky Records. The management then changed with Brain being bought over as a Metronome sub-label. The first releases in the 1000 series, as well as 5 releases in the 6. 00 series and one sampler with number 888 had the green Brain label

Brain Anatomy & Function.

Brain Drain (Original Mix). Bullet for my Valentine.

Desert on the Moon (7:08). Green Tea Farm (4:38). Legend of the Purple Valley (10:47). Another Mind (Live, bonus track) (13:10).

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Tracklist

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Untitled 2:08
Untitled 3:22
Untitled 2:42
Untitled 0:26
Untitled 6:11
Untitled 0:18
Untitled 0:13
Untitled 4:11
Untitled 2:45
Untitled 0:50
Untitled 2:23
Untitled 2:48
Untitled 1:55
Untitled 2:36
Untitled 2:04
Untitled 0:34
Untitled 1:11
Untitled 0:40
Untitled 6:26
Untitled 3:38
Untitled 1:10
Untitled 5:19
Untitled 1:57
Untitled 0:11
Untitled 1:08
Untitled 1:26
Untitled 1:27
Untitled 1:28
Untitled 1:32
Untitled 7:31
Untitled 1:36

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Cell-Zero Brain Brain ‎(CDr) Not On Label (brain Self-released) Cell-Zero US 1999
A13 Brain Brain ‎(CDr, Album) Alluvial Recordings A13 US 2002