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I LOVE MY ORGAN

Tom Recchion

Progressive Electronic


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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. I Love My Organ (2:59)
2. Terry Riley In Rome (2:37)
3. Martian Kiss (1:49)
4. F & T (RIFS #3) (4:27)
5. Dubby Struts In Trenchtown (RIFS #2) (6:12)
6. Narcotic (7:01)
7. Ectoplasm (3:41)
8. It Walks Through Walls (2:27)
9. Forced To Waltz Forever (3:12)
10. The Perpetual Motion Clock Factory (1:11)
11. The Flea Circus (2:30)
12. Psst-samba (3:21)
13. Truckers Carousel (2:27)
14. The First Thing To Crawl On Land (7:46)
15. It Just Stood There, Pulsating, Glowing In The Dark, Hovering Slightly Above The Ground, Trying To Speak (5:53)

Vocals [Spoken Word] - David Toop

Line-up / Musicians

- Tom Recchion / All electronics and effects
- David Toop / Vocals (15)

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Birdman Records

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