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Weird Sounds N° 3 - Georges Teperino / Cecil Leuter - TVMusic 102 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Singer of Highly suspect sounds like Discussion. It was such a weird album and I remember thinking he wasn't a very good singer but the songs sucked me in. level 1. trevorgreen. 2 points · 2 years ago. Not sure, but to me he sounds exactly like josh homme from Queens of the Stone Age. The music too a .
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  3. Sep 25,  · Before , when the Compact Disc arrived, I didn't love LPs. Analog was already very old tech, and while every trick in the book had been applied to turntables and LPs, they still wowed & fluttered at 33 1/3 revolutions per minute. Vinyl's deficiencies were legion: warped LPs were more common than truly flat ones; surface noise, clicks, and pops sang along with the tune; LPs rarely had.
  4. TVMusic Weird Sounds / Crazy Sounds, an Album by Georges Teperino / Cecil Leuter. Released in on Chappell (catalog no. TVM ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Electronic, Library Music/5(1).
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  6. TVMusic Video-Tronics / Hi-Tronics, an Album by Cecil Leuter / Georges Teperino. Released in on Chappell (catalog no. TVM ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Library Music, Electronic/5(3).
  7. Cecil Leuter/ Georges Teperino: "TV Music " CD-R, Zippy CD Company, comment: Johan: My rating: 4 points on 5. Jack Diamond Music: Music for Television, Film, Radio etc etc etc, from the avant garde underground of France, circa Brilliant melodic but still I gotta say avant garde Electronic instrumentals by partners in crime; Cecil.

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