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1 - PLUS INSTRUMENTS - SIGNAL THROUGH THE WAVES - (CD) 
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The purpose of Plus Instruments new album "Signal Through The Waves" is to bring you, the listener, into the recording studio. In the following explanatory notes, you shall not be provided with the entire production breakdown, as devised at the actual recording sessions. Rather you will hear things to your left, to your right and in the center. Plus Instruments pictured above is a trio of collaborators from around the world that enable you to feel what youre hearing. Initially conceived through an intricate net of tubes also called "The Internets". We are certain you shall find that Plus Instruments has attained through this specialized method the finest and truest stereophonic recording available today.

TRACKLISTING: 01. Ghost 02. This Fire Burns 03. It's Over 04. Signal Through The Waves 05. Come Closer 06. Unlikely Crush 07. Bad Mood 08. You And Me 09. On The Other Side 10. Your Mind

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 04-05-2016
Item # : 488866     
Availability: IN STOCK
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2 - PLUS INSTRUMENTS - TRANCESONICS - (CD) 
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Last year saw a small revival of Ultra - the Dutch version of post-punk (in 2 words). You'd better browse back to Vital Weekly 822 and read more. It brought back a lot of happy memories and old musicians, but it seems that the one artist who benefitted most was Truus de Groot. Once a member of Nasmak, then Plus Instruments (in a first incarnation with Lee Ranaldo and David Linton). Just before the revival started she released a great CD 'Dance With Me', of all new songs, which showed she still had the same great charm as she had thirty years ago. It brought her a retrospective album on Vinyl On Demand (which sadly didn't make it to these pages) and concerts in The Netherlands and France. Plus of course new work, and here's another album of twelve new songs. 'Dance With Me' was great, but this new one is even better. More coherent altogether, variations on what Truus does. And what's that, you may ask? Truus de Groot plays her crackle box, synthesizers, rhythm machines and sings. She does that with great style. The music is pretty much straight forward, sequenced rhythms, to which she bends her voice to sing songs. Not moan, howl, whisper, but actually singing great songs. Her crackle box functions as machine to create weird songs that float around her strict beats. Music that reminds you of DAF at their peak, but less macho, more feminine and, perhaps, listening to sweat ditty as 'Magic Carpet', also a bit more hippy like. That whole thing makes this something which is something that surely some people will like, who found DAF a bit too pathetic, too German. It still sounds like 1982, but then updated and way more poppy. 'Detour Square Dance' is her version of 'Der Mussolini' and should be an underground dance classic. Excellent!

TRACKLISTING: 01. To Do 02. Its Complicated 03. Into Oblivion 04. Love Is Enough 05. Obsolete 06. Magic Carpet 07. Detour Square Dance 08. Snake Charmer 09. You Make Me Stomp 10. When The Rain Comes 11. In My Dreams

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Format: CD

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 30-08-2013
Item # : 449392     
Availability: IN STOCK
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3 - PLUS INSTRUMENTS - TRANCESONICS - (LP) 
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Last year saw a small revival of Ultra - the Dutch version of post-punk (in 2 words). You'd better browse back to Vital Weekly 822 and read more. It brought back a lot of happy memories and old musicians, but it seems that the one artist who benefitted most was Truus de Groot. Once a member of Nasmak, then Plus Instruments (in a first incarnation with Lee Ranaldo and David Linton). Just before the revival started she released a great CD 'Dance With Me', of all new songs, which showed she still had the same great charm as she had thirty years ago. It brought her a retrospective album on Vinyl On Demand (which sadly didn't make it to these pages) and concerts in The Netherlands and France. Plus of course new work, and here's another album of twelve new songs. 'Dance With Me' was great, but this new one is even better. More coherent altogether, variations on what Truus does. And what's that, you may ask? Truus de Groot plays her crackle box, synthesizers, rhythm machines and sings. She does that with great style. The music is pretty much straight forward, sequenced rhythms, to which she bends her voice to sing songs. Not moan, howl, whisper, but actually singing great songs. Her crackle box functions as machine to create weird songs that float around her strict beats. Music that reminds you of DAF at their peak, but less macho, more feminine and, perhaps, listening to sweat ditty as 'Magic Carpet', also a bit more hippy like. That whole thing makes this something which is something that surely some people will like, who found DAF a bit too pathetic, too German. It still sounds like 1982, but then updated and way more poppy. 'Detour Square Dance' is her version of 'Der Mussolini' and should be an underground dance classic. Excellent!

TRACKLISTING: 01. To Do 02. Its Complicated 03. Into Oblivion 04. Love Is Enough 05. Obsolete 06. Magic Carpet 07. Detour Square Dance 08. Snake Charmer 09. You Make Me Stomp 10. When The Rain Comes 11. In My Dreams


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Release date: 01-10-2013
Item # : 450066     
Availability: IN STOCK
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