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Tomorrowland People Mover/Subtractive Synthesis record

Discussion in 'Archive' started by Kdroz, Jan 3, 2004.

  1. Kdroz

    Kdroz New Member

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    First of all Happy New Year to all. Sorry i have been out of the loop for a while. Hope everyone had a nice holiday.

    My wife got me a rather interesting present for Xmas this year (knowing my obsession with Tomorrowland). A record entitled "Tomorrowland: People Mover / Subtractive Synthesis". Here is what i can tell you about it:

    Released on DARLA records (san francisco) around 1999 it's a beautiful tye-dye blue vinyl with 2 songs on it (it's a 12" @45rpm) first side is called "Tomorrowland People Mover" and the other side is "Subtractive Synthesis". Each track is about 5mins or so each. The music reminds me of Tangerine Dream.

    I've never heard of this music before. Can anyone tell me it's origins? I checked the website and i can only assume by that the name of the band is Tomorrowland. Is this music related at all to "Tomorrowland" at all?

    thanx.
     
  2. DL FLIGHT 295

    DL FLIGHT 295 Member

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    I'm somewaht familair with that group.....but they have no association to anything Disney.they did not work and or play for Disney....just an unusual choice for the group. .....Another album is PEOPLEMOVER: THE ELEVATOR DROPS........


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  3. DL FLIGHT 295

    DL FLIGHT 295 Member

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    some other notes on Additional Information about People Mover
    Portions of this page Copyright 1948 - 2003 Muze Inc. All rights reserved.

    Track listing
    1. People Mover
    2. I Hardly Know Myself
    3. Rainbow
    4. Hairdresser, The
    5. My Infection
    6. Another
    7. Waiting
    8. Mass Transit
    9. Future 1970
    10. Uncle Dick
    11. Habitual


    Details
    Producer: Blumpy
    Distributor: Koch
    Recording type: Studio
    Recording mode: Stereo
    SPAR Code: n/a


    Album notes
    PEOPLE MOVER was originally released in 1998 with the title COLLIDE. Full On The Mouth: Grant Mohrman (vocals, guitars); Andrew Barancik (vocals, bass); Dwight Mohrman (vocals).Additional personnel: Bernie Leadon (acoustic guitar); Jon Knox (drums); Blumpy (programming).Recorded at White Room Studios, Detroit, Michigan; Stages Recording, Novi, Michigan; Bassment Sounds, Ferndale, Michigan; Pearl Sound Ltd, Canton, Michigan.
    a Peoplemover group album:



    ............It is interesting that some of the tracks would seem related to the PEOPLEMOVER attraction Like "Mass Transit" and 'Future 1970"


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  4. X-S Tech

    X-S Tech Active Member

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    So what does it sound like? I know it's not official but does it remind you of the Peoplemover or Tomorrowland?
     
  5. bigBrian-nc

    bigBrian-nc New Member

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    If these folks are Disney parks fans (as seems likely) then not only do the track titles you listed relate to Disney but perhaps "Uncle Dick" refers to dick Nunnis (A stretch I know but that was my first impression looking at the list)



     

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