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Subterrestrial : The City Beneath

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Catalog number
SUB007
 
Playtime: 47:52 - 192kb/s - 53.85 MB
Date released
2011/07/30
Date published
2011/08/03 00:43h
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"The City Beneath" is a longform dark ambient piece inspired by the epic, groundbreaking 1927 science fiction silent film "Metropolis" by German director Fritz Lang. The composition explores the themes presented in the film and in particular, the subterranean city of the oppressed working class. The City Beneath" was composed and recorded in early May of 2010 and released as a CDr on Black Drone: 13 Series on May 13, 2010 (catalog # 13-7) in an edition of 26 copies. By 2011, "The City Beneath" was completely sold out and had gone out of print. The original recording was very slightly tweaked, cleaned up and overall remastered in late July 2011 and re-released on Subterrestrial Netlabel. New front and back covers were created from the original graphic materials.

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