5 September 2000
| Man or Astro-man?|
Touch and Go Records
| A Spectrum of Finite Scale
Surf music, Experimental music, Electronic music
Destroy All Astromen!, Experiment Zero, Is It Man or Astroman?, EEVIAC Operational Index and, Made from Technetium
A Spectrum of Infinite Scale is the sixth full-length album by Man or Astro-man? It was released as a CD and a double 10" on clear yellow/red vinyl, on black vinyl, and on additional clear colors.
They play an ImageWriter II at the eleventh song, called "A Simple Text File".
- "Pathway to the Infinite"
- "Song of the Two-Mile Linear Particle Accelerator" Stanford University, Stanford California
- "Preparation Clont"
- "Curious Constructs of Stem-Like Devices Which Now Prepare Themselves to Be Thought of as Fingers"
- "Um Espectro Sem Escala"
- "Many Pieces of Large Fuzzy Mammals Gathered Together at a Rave and Schmoozing with a Brick"
- "Very Subtle Elevators"
- "Within One Universe There Are Millions"
- "Spectrograph Reading of the Varying Phantom Frequencies of Chronic, Incurable Tinnitus"
- "A Simple Text File"
- "Obligatory Part 2 Song in Which There Is No Presently Existing Part 1, Nor the Plans to Make One"
- "Multi-Variational Stimuli of Sub-Turgid Foci Covering Cross Evaluative Techniques for Cognitive Analysis of Hypersignificant Graph Peaks Following Those Intersubjective Modules Having Biodegradable Seepage"
The Japanese version inserts two exclusive tracks, making "Multi-Variational Stimuli of Sub-Turgid Foci Covering Cross Evaluative Techniques for Cognitive Analysis of Hypersignificant Graph Peaks Following Those Intersubjective Modules Having Biodegradable Seepage" track 15.Track 13: "Particles In Acceleration"
Track 14: "Two Microscopic Creatures Meet, One Devours The Other "
1Pathway to the Infinite1:25A Spectrum of Infinite Scale Wikipedia
2Song of the Two‐Mile Linear Particle Accelerator Stanford University - Stanford - California3:11