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SPC ECO - 2+2=5 (Radiohead Cover) free download

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SPC ECO (pronounced Space Echo) is the musical project of Dean Garcia (best known as former 'Eurythmics' live bassist and one half of noise popsters 'Curve') and his daughter Rose Berlin Garcia. 2+… Read More
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SPC ECO (pronounced Space Echo) is the musical project of Dean Garcia (best known as former 'Eurythmics' live bassist and one half of noise popsters 'Curve') and his daughter Rose Berlin Garcia.

2+2=5 is a free downloadable Radiohead song cover on their bandcamp page, and is a different take on the song with Rose Berlin Garcia's ethereal vocal.

If anyone was a fan of 'Curve' or for that matter any other shoegaze/dreampop artists, then I suggest you check out their other stuff if not familiar.
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Check out the rather brilliant Alan Moulder (Curve, NiN, Foals, Jesus & Mary Chain, Deathcab For Cutie, Puscifer etc) producers remix of SPC Eco song 'Fallen Stars' here.

Edited By: cicobuff on Dec 10, 2014 22:47: linkage
1 Like #2
cicobuff
Check out the rather brilliant Alan Moulder (Curve, NiN, Foals, Jesus & Mary Chain, Deathcab For Cutie, Puscifier etc) producers remix of SPC Eco song 'Fallen Stars' here.
Good Mix.
#3
kester76
cicobuff
Check out the rather brilliant Alan Moulder (Curve, NiN, Foals, Jesus & Mary Chain, Deathcab For Cutie, Puscifier etc) producers remix of SPC Eco song 'Fallen Stars' here.
Good Mix.

Cheers, their stuff is definitely worth checking out, especially I feel last years album that 'Fallen Stars' was taken from 'Sirens and Satellites' if you like your noise pop.
#4
cicobuff
kester76
cicobuff
Check out the rather brilliant Alan Moulder (Curve, NiN, Foals, Jesus & Mary Chain, Deathcab For Cutie, Puscifier etc) producers remix of SPC Eco song 'Fallen Stars' here.
Good Mix.

Cheers, their stuff is definitely worth checking out, especially I feel last years album that 'Fallen Stars' was taken from 'Sirens and Satellites' if you like your noise pop.
Thanks I'll look into it. I've been mostly checking out new wave music lately. Check out Le Cassette - Left to our own devices, quite a strange mix of songs. I thought Tokyo Blues was good, definitely liked the chiptunes of 1-UP.
#5
Great tune. Very good cover ;)
#6
cicobuff
gooeynote
cicobuff
Ice cold, and I will continue voting these cheap crappy MP3 album deals cold from Google Play.
It's music but not as we know it, cheapening both albums as dispensable, pitiful royalties on digital sales or streaming, and not to mention killing music by offering a lossy format suitable for the right environment which consists of phones, car stereos and MP3 players only.
The usual retort to this is that people cannot hear the difference between a 320kbps MP3 and a FLAC file....well I can, as can many others on a decent system...why let an algorithm guess work the gaps even if you cannot?
People are prepared to rewind backwards with sonics yet insist on pushing forward in video.
Take for example those on here absolutely obsessed with having 1080p on a 32" TV (redundant) or complaining if a 40" TV or greater particularly is only 720P yet the majority of people sit too far away to even benefit a 1080P signal....or there are those that cannot tell the difference between 720P or 1080P but still obviously want the better 'picture'.
People getting obsessed about 4K which in many a UK home will not even have the real estate to be able to buy a TV big enough to reap the benefits of one, therefore would own a TV with no extra benefit other than the knowledge they own one.
Benefit of the doubt, regardless of whether you can or cannot tell the difference between FLAC or MP3 why the obsession with video but not with music? Why has music become so disposable and cheap?
There was a time not to distant ago, well into the 90s and early 2000s where people would want to buy the best hi-fi equipment they could afford...now people are getting more and more content downloading, whacking it on their mobile phones and streaming it on a 5w speaker dock.
If companies like Google insist on offering albums cheap, regardless of damaging royalties to the artist...how about offering simultaneous FLAC and MP3 downloads, similar to what Amazon do if you buy a CD you get the MP3 free?
I do get the convenience of MP3s and use them myself in the right environment (car, motorbike bluetooth headset and mobile phone)...back in the 70s there was the advert in many a vinyl LP 'Home Taping is Killing Music', there should be a new one 'MP3 is Killing Music'
The damaging graph from 2009, which has gotten worse, walk into any HMV, how much real estate is devoted to music against anything else?http://cdn2.mos.techradar.futurecdn.net//classifications/home-entertainment/hi-fi-and-audio/images/HMV-store-revenue-2009-650-80.jpg
So why are you complaining on a site dedicated for those looking for cheap deals?

It's a forum, open to opinion...I happen to have one, and have had many opinions for many years on this forum.



Yes I know it an open forum. Maybe you should save your comments for an audiophile site instead.
#7
gooeynote
cicobuff
gooeynote
cicobuff
Ice cold, and I will continue voting these cheap crappy MP3 album deals cold from Google Play.
It's music but not as we know it, cheapening both albums as dispensable, pitiful royalties on digital sales or streaming, and not to mention killing music by offering a lossy format suitable for the right environment which consists of phones, car stereos and MP3 players only.
The usual retort to this is that people cannot hear the difference between a 320kbps MP3 and a FLAC file....well I can, as can many others on a decent system...why let an algorithm guess work the gaps even if you cannot?
People are prepared to rewind backwards with sonics yet insist on pushing forward in video.
Take for example those on here absolutely obsessed with having 1080p on a 32" TV (redundant) or complaining if a 40" TV or greater particularly is only 720P yet the majority of people sit too far away to even benefit a 1080P signal....or there are those that cannot tell the difference between 720P or 1080P but still obviously want the better 'picture'.
People getting obsessed about 4K which in many a UK home will not even have the real estate to be able to buy a TV big enough to reap the benefits of one, therefore would own a TV with no extra benefit other than the knowledge they own one.
Benefit of the doubt, regardless of whether you can or cannot tell the difference between FLAC or MP3 why the obsession with video but not with music? Why has music become so disposable and cheap?
There was a time not to distant ago, well into the 90s and early 2000s where people would want to buy the best hi-fi equipment they could afford...now people are getting more and more content downloading, whacking it on their mobile phones and streaming it on a 5w speaker dock.
If companies like Google insist on offering albums cheap, regardless of damaging royalties to the artist...how about offering simultaneous FLAC and MP3 downloads, similar to what Amazon do if you buy a CD you get the MP3 free?
I do get the convenience of MP3s and use them myself in the right environment (car, motorbike bluetooth headset and mobile phone)...back in the 70s there was the advert in many a vinyl LP 'Home Taping is Killing Music', there should be a new one 'MP3 is Killing Music'
The damaging graph from 2009, which has gotten worse, walk into any HMV, how much real estate is devoted to music against anything else?http://cdn2.mos.techradar.futurecdn.net//classifications/home-entertainment/hi-fi-and-audio/images/HMV-store-revenue-2009-650-80.jpg
So why are you complaining on a site dedicated for those looking for cheap deals?
It's a forum, open to opinion...I happen to have one, and have had many opinions for many years on this forum.
Yes I know it an open forum. Maybe you should save your comments for an audiophile site instead.

Why? Touched a raw nerve that I am of the belief that MP3s are not helping push music technology forwards?
#8
cicobuff
gooeynote
cicobuff
gooeynote
cicobuff
Ice cold, and I will continue voting these cheap crappy MP3 album deals cold from Google Play.
It's music but not as we know it, cheapening both albums as dispensable, pitiful royalties on digital sales or streaming, and not to mention killing music by offering a lossy format suitable for the right environment which consists of phones, car stereos and MP3 players only.
The usual retort to this is that people cannot hear the difference between a 320kbps MP3 and a FLAC file....well I can, as can many others on a decent system...why let an algorithm guess work the gaps even if you cannot?
People are prepared to rewind backwards with sonics yet insist on pushing forward in video.
Take for example those on here absolutely obsessed with having 1080p on a 32" TV (redundant) or complaining if a 40" TV or greater particularly is only 720P yet the majority of people sit too far away to even benefit a 1080P signal....or there are those that cannot tell the difference between 720P or 1080P but still obviously want the better 'picture'.
People getting obsessed about 4K which in many a UK home will not even have the real estate to be able to buy a TV big enough to reap the benefits of one, therefore would own a TV with no extra benefit other than the knowledge they own one.
Benefit of the doubt, regardless of whether you can or cannot tell the difference between FLAC or MP3 why the obsession with video but not with music? Why has music become so disposable and cheap?
There was a time not to distant ago, well into the 90s and early 2000s where people would want to buy the best hi-fi equipment they could afford...now people are getting more and more content downloading, whacking it on their mobile phones and streaming it on a 5w speaker dock.
If companies like Google insist on offering albums cheap, regardless of damaging royalties to the artist...how about offering simultaneous FLAC and MP3 downloads, similar to what Amazon do if you buy a CD you get the MP3 free?
I do get the convenience of MP3s and use them myself in the right environment (car, motorbike bluetooth headset and mobile phone)...back in the 70s there was the advert in many a vinyl LP 'Home Taping is Killing Music', there should be a new one 'MP3 is Killing Music'
The damaging graph from 2009, which has gotten worse, walk into any HMV, how much real estate is devoted to music against anything else?http://cdn2.mos.techradar.futurecdn.net//classifications/home-entertainment/hi-fi-and-audio/images/HMV-store-revenue-2009-650-80.jpg
So why are you complaining on a site dedicated for those looking for cheap deals?
It's a forum, open to opinion...I happen to have one, and have had many opinions for many years on this forum.
Yes I know it an open forum. Maybe you should save your comments for an audiophile site instead.
Why? Touched a raw nerve that I am of the belief that MP3s are not helping push music technology forwards?

No raw nerve has been affected. I may actually agree with your techno rant. However, I don't believe this is the right time or place to air your views given the obvious antagonising opinion you are creating with other forum members. They and myself would rather prefer comments relating to the value of the deal rather than the techno instricasies of the medium in question.
#9
gooeynote
cicobuff
gooeynote
cicobuff
gooeynote
cicobuff
Ice cold, and I will continue voting these cheap crappy MP3 album deals cold from Google Play.
It's music but not as we know it, cheapening both albums as dispensable, pitiful royalties on digital sales or streaming, and not to mention killing music by offering a lossy format suitable for the right environment which consists of phones, car stereos and MP3 players only.
The usual retort to this is that people cannot hear the difference between a 320kbps MP3 and a FLAC file....well I can, as can many others on a decent system...why let an algorithm guess work the gaps even if you cannot?
People are prepared to rewind backwards with sonics yet insist on pushing forward in video.
Take for example those on here absolutely obsessed with having 1080p on a 32" TV (redundant) or complaining if a 40" TV or greater particularly is only 720P yet the majority of people sit too far away to even benefit a 1080P signal....or there are those that cannot tell the difference between 720P or 1080P but still obviously want the better 'picture'.
People getting obsessed about 4K which in many a UK home will not even have the real estate to be able to buy a TV big enough to reap the benefits of one, therefore would own a TV with no extra benefit other than the knowledge they own one.
Benefit of the doubt, regardless of whether you can or cannot tell the difference between FLAC or MP3 why the obsession with video but not with music? Why has music become so disposable and cheap?
There was a time not to distant ago, well into the 90s and early 2000s where people would want to buy the best hi-fi equipment they could afford...now people are getting more and more content downloading, whacking it on their mobile phones and streaming it on a 5w speaker dock.
If companies like Google insist on offering albums cheap, regardless of damaging royalties to the artist...how about offering simultaneous FLAC and MP3 downloads, similar to what Amazon do if you buy a CD you get the MP3 free?
I do get the convenience of MP3s and use them myself in the right environment (car, motorbike bluetooth headset and mobile phone)...back in the 70s there was the advert in many a vinyl LP 'Home Taping is Killing Music', there should be a new one 'MP3 is Killing Music'
The damaging graph from 2009, which has gotten worse, walk into any HMV, how much real estate is devoted to music against anything else?http://cdn2.mos.techradar.futurecdn.net//classifications/home-entertainment/hi-fi-and-audio/images/HMV-store-revenue-2009-650-80.jpg
So why are you complaining on a site dedicated for those looking for cheap deals?
It's a forum, open to opinion...I happen to have one, and have had many opinions for many years on this forum.
Yes I know it an open forum. Maybe you should save your comments for an audiophile site instead.
Why? Touched a raw nerve that I am of the belief that MP3s are not helping push music technology forwards?
No raw nerve has been affected. I may actually agree with your techno rant. However, I don't believe this is the right time or place to air your views given the obvious antagonising opinion you are creating with other forum members. They and myself would rather prefer comments relating to the value of the deal rather than the techno instricasies of the medium in question.

I hardly set to antagonise...I wrote an opinion with links...it is not my fault people chose to get in a flap about it all. Their replies antagonised tbh.

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