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Impostor Orchestra - Heliopause Album

Tracklist

1Cinema Program0:34
2Retrobilly Show0:27
3Sun Of The Foreign Land2:52
4Daytime Sex Show0:33
5Gummiprint3:15
6Country Of Edom3:31
7Martian Weather Today0:13
8Planet Baby1:41
9Romantic Night Show0:39
10Late Time Chronicles6:06
11Programma Futurista0:33
12Traffic Report0:58
13Art & Antique0:17
14Sports Universe0:22
15Money0:45
16Interplanetary Politics0:33
17Abyss Of A Glutton5:08
18Occult0:35
19Kickbox Show0:18
20Martian Surveyor News Radio0:27
21Secrets Will Remain1:39
22Heliopause2:49
23Interstellar Panspermia2:57

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PUU-19LPImpostor Orchestra Heliopause ‎(LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl)PuuPUU-19LPFinland2000
PUU-19LPImpostor Orchestra Heliopause ‎(LP, Album)PuuPUU-19LPFinland2000

Credits

  • Music ByImpostor Orchestra
  • ProducerJimi Tenor
  • SleeveTommi G.

Notes

Housed in a gatefold digifile sleeve.

©+℗ Sähkö Recordings 2000.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 718755 016923
  • Other (Distribution Code): EFA 50169-2

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sähkö Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Sähkö Recordings
  • Recorded At – Estudio Copito De Nieve

Video

Impostor Orchestra - Heliopause Album

Performer: Impostor Orchestra

Title: Heliopause

Country: Finland

Release date: Mar 2000

Label: Puu

Style: Experimental

Catalog: PUU-19

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2684 mb

Size FLAC: 1333 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 331

Record source: CD, Album

Related to Impostor Orchestra - Heliopause

skyjettttt
I love the tone of this album, how unsettling and bizarre it is, with borderline electroacoustic experiments appearing next to 70’s-sounding space/lounge/free-jazz/cinematic weirdness, and some electro/techno snippets here and there as well. The trouble is the album’s choppy mid-section (which seems to replicate what it would be like to intercept clips of Martian radio/television broadcasts), where no track tops the 1:00 mark. It reminds me of Naked City’s “hardcore miniatures” in principle, but here the concept is less effective. You just start to get into a groove and then poof, it’s over and on to the next bit of Tenor’s noodling. Many of these brief tracks could have been fleshed out into full pieces and the result would have been more satisfying, especially since the album clocks in at a paltry 37:12. That said, I’ve never heard a release quite like this, so it stands in my collection as a one-of-a-kind album. It’s one of my go-to CDs when I need to shake things up a bit.
skyjettttt
I love the tone of this album, how unsettling and bizarre it is, with borderline electroacoustic experiments appearing next to 70’s-sounding space/lounge/free-jazz/cinematic weirdness, and some electro/techno snippets here and there as well. The trouble is the album’s choppy mid-section (which seems to replicate what it would be like to intercept clips of Martian radio/television broadcasts), where no track tops the 1:00 mark. It reminds me of Naked City’s “hardcore miniatures” in principle, but here the concept is less effective. You just start to get into a groove and then poof, it’s over and on to the next bit of Tenor’s noodling. Many of these brief tracks could have been fleshed out into full pieces and the result would have been more satisfying, especially since the album clocks in at a paltry 37:12. That said, I’ve never heard a release quite like this, so it stands in my collection as a one-of-a-kind album. It’s one of my go-to CDs when I need to shake things up a bit.