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Curses, Mr. Constant -- I was twenty minutes from writing my own post on this. Maybe I'll post an addendum ... which, in the wacky world of the blogosphere, will appear ahead of the original.

Posted by Darby McDevitt | July 21, 2008 5:48 PM
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Sounds like something that could've come out on Mille Plateaux or Raster-Noton in the '00s.

See also White Noise's An Electric Storm for another side of Delia Derbyshire's genius.

Posted by segal | July 21, 2008 7:55 PM
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hahahaha!!! so much for contemporary innovation!! turns out it ALL did happened before 1972!

PS DS - I LOVE the first White Noise LP, had it for years (I THINK mines a fucking PINK Island label), the only duff track is the looped sounds of sex...whatever it's title.

Posted by nipper | July 22, 2008 12:18 PM
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Ummmm.... Miles Davis was doing the same shit with a LIVE BAND(in front of people and everything) at the same time and it was way longer than 45 seconds.

Posted by I know more than you | July 22, 2008 12:32 PM

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