SPACE HYMNS (2013 Space Theodicy Edition)

by Brother Android

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    The expanded and revised Space Hymns, in a card sleeve with hand-made vellum inner sleeve and hand-labelled vinyl-style disc. Available in hi-fi or lo-fi editions - your choice. Listen to it in your car! Listen to it on your Discman! Share it with your friends! Celebrate your physical existence by holding a physical object!

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Brother Android's first two releases in all their original glory and then some. This quadruple EP contains all the tracks from Space Hymns and the Scientific Satellite EP, plus 16 new friends. Bursting at the bits with tunes & beats, blips & bleeps, squawks, squeaks, noise, & the occasional silence (for reflection). Stories of lonely voyages, desolation, mysterious sights, & the glory of God.

Tracks 1-8 are the "Tiny Spaceship EP."
Tracks 9-16 are the "Scientific Satellite EP."
Tracks 17-24 are the "Cold Planet EP."
Tracks 25-32 are the "Final Landing EP."

To obtain a sonically correct copy:
1. Download the Bandcamp release in the file format of your choice, and convert to 24 kbps MP3 format; or
2. Download the release here, already downsampled for maximum warmth & splendor: dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6497403/space_hymns_complete_24kbps.zip

This edition is fully backwards compatible with all previous editions. Alternate canons also supported.

Lift up your synthesizers and play.

credits

released 27 October 2013

All music composed, tracked, sampled, & performed by Harrison Lemke between 2006 and 2013. Check out individual tracks for more detailed information on when and how and why the tracks were made.

The cover is a photograph of a portion of the Crescent Nebula, taken by Harrison Lemke in November 2012 at the Paul and Jane Meyer Observatory. Thanks to the Central Texas Astronomical Society for the use of this facility.

All thanks be to God, who hung the stars, planets, galaxies, dark matter & quasars.

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