Runtime: 54'55''

«'Treasury of curiosities' is a dream-state wandering through a sonic wunderkammer, a collection of curios, oddities, freaks, gems, and objects of wonder and beauty, a display intended to provide access to non-familiar listening experiences. Although divided into separate tracks, it is meant to be listened to as one continuous piece.

This is the work from the mind of John Hanes (composing, percussion) who is also a drummer when he's not making electronic music. He also had the help of friends Cary Sheldon (voice) and John Schott (guitar) to produce this disconcerting and amusing album.»
- test tube


01 Distant seas
  [6'48'' • 13,0Mb • VBR]
02 Simple diagrams
  [7'39'' • 13,9Mb • VBR]
03 Handicrafts from antiquity
  [4'27'' • 7,56Mb • VBR]
04 Secret lands of the north
[6'44'' • 12,7Mb • VBR]
05 Enriched with russian minerals
  [4'50'' • 8,99Mb • VBR]
06 Spirals, triangles & crosses
  [6'41'' • 13,1Mb • VBR]
07 Unfamiliar fauna
  [4'31'' • 7,67Mb • VBR]
08 Protection against lightning bolts
  [13'15'' • 23,1Mb • VBR]
  [PDF-Zip • 3,92Mb]
  all tracks + artwork
  [Zip • 106Mb]


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