Inside the Moon

February 2, 2009 8:13 AM

A moodier, down-tempo track from Tangemeenie's 2001 debut album, "Faust," produced using cheap digital recording gear, loop-based techniques and trick lighting. (I apologize in advance for my "jolty singing style".)

You can read more about how and why "Faust" was made here. You can now also download the entire album for free here.

posted by saulgoodman (4 comments total)

sounds kinda like the cure did when they were still good, but with vocals that aren't nearly as annoying as r.smith wailing away. overall simple delivery really accents the tune--the guitar seems to float through the piece.
posted by lester's sock puppet at 5:49 PM on February 2, 2009

nice song.
I actually remember this one; you sent me this CD way back when, still have it.
I like the guitar part.
posted by chococat at 8:27 PM on February 2, 2009

Thanks lsp and chococat--I had a lot of fun with that guitar line!

And I've still got your CD, too, chococat, with the old school Little PeopleĀ® guy on the front cover. Lori's always putting songs from it on mix CDs for CD swaps with friends and online groups. And when my son was first born, "You're Just New" practically ran on a loop in my head.
posted by saulgoodman at 12:18 PM on February 3, 2009

"Jolty"? I'm not seeing it, here at least.

This is cool -- it's got some nice breathing room that gets filled in really well in the chorus, with the extra vox, synth line and busier guitar.
posted by Karlos the Jackal at 1:13 AM on February 4, 2009

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