Ultramarine: Signals Into Space

Ultramarine SKU: 36787258
Ultramarine: Signals Into Space

Ultramarine: Signals Into Space

Ultramarine SKU: 36787258

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Signals Into Space
Artist: Ultramarine
Label: Crepuscule
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 708527180693
Genre: Electronic

Vinyl LP pressing. 2018 release. Les Disques du Crepuscule presents Signals Into Space, a studio album by acclaimed electronic duo Ultramarine. SIS is their seventh album, having debuted on Crepuscule back in 1990. The album was conceived by Ian Cooper and Paul Hammond over a three year period and features four songs co-written with North American musician Anna Domino, a firm favorite of the group since her leftfield pop releases on Crepuscule and Factory in the 1980s. Signals Into Space also features contributions from saxophonist Iain Ballamy (ECM, Food, Loose Tubes) and percussionist and vibraphone player Ric Elsworth. It was recorded and mixed in London with Andy Ramsay (Stereolab) and mastered by Noel Summerville.

1.1 Elsewhere
1.2 Spark from Flint to Clay
1.3 Breathing
1.4 Arithmetic
1.5 If Not Now When?
1.6 $10 Heel
2.1 Du Sud
2.2 Equatorial Calms
2.3 Sleight of Hand
2.4 Framework
2.5 Cross Reference
2.6 Signals Into Space
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