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Robert Turman // Chapter Eleven 4xCD BOX

Robert Turman // Chapter Eleven 4xCD BOX

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Robert Turman, one of the pioneers of the American industrial noise scene, released a phantom 1988-piece cassette box in 8, which was jointly reissued by Hanson Records, which is presided over by Aaron Dilloway, and Helicopter, which is presided over by John Wiese. 45 songs, 4 hours recorded.

Debuting in 1988 as a self-released 8xCassette boxset, Chapter Eleven collects the solo recordings (1976–1987) from one of the earliest members of the US Industrial Noise scene, coalescing a wide swath of influences and culling experimental techniques into assist new terrain. Carefully remastered from the original tapes, this deluxe reissue is a long-awaited rescue from obscurity.

"Turman seemed to have taken over where the last of the
 great synth based kraut artists left off in the 70s, infusing the spiritual meditation music with his own brand of loop hypnosis, slowly moving drones, industrial patterns, guitar fuzz, and even some in-your-face 80s style synth work. "— IMPOSE Magazine.

Over 4 hours of music.

Co-Released by Hanson Records and Helicopter

artist: Robert Turman

label: Helicopter / Hanson

Robert Turman, one of the pioneers of the American industrial noise scene, released a phantom 1988-piece cassette box in 8, which was jointly reissued by Hanson Records, which is presided over by Aaron Dilloway, and Helicopter, which is presided over by John Wiese. 45 songs, 4 hours recorded.

Debuting in 1988 as a self-released 8xCassette boxset, Chapter Eleven collects the solo recordings (1976–1987) from one of the earliest members of the US Industrial Noise scene, coalescing a wide swath of influences and culling experimental techniques into assist new terrain. Carefully remastered from the original tapes, this deluxe reissue is a long-awaited rescue from obscurity.

"Turman seemed to have taken over where the last of the
 great synth based kraut artists left off in the 70s, infusing the spiritual meditation music with his own brand of loop hypnosis, slowly moving drones, industrial patterns, guitar fuzz, and even some in-your-face 80s style synth work. "— IMPOSE Magazine.

Over 4 hours of music.

Co-Released by Hanson Records and Helicopter

artist: Robert Turman

label: Helicopter / Hanson