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Cell Scape

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Released  July 1, 2003
Cell-Scape (2003)  13 Hedgehogs (2005)
Release date  1 July 2003
Label  A-Zap Records
Length  37:09
Artist  Melt-Banana
Producer  Melt-Banana
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Recorded  February 2, 2003 - March 3, 2003
Genres  Noise rock, Punk rock, Experimental rock
Similar  Melt-Banana albums, Noise rock albums

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Cell-Scape is the fifth album by Melt-Banana. It features electronic elements and marks a musical shift to a more accessible, hi-fi sound.

Contents

Cell-Scape also features some of the longest songs written by Melt-Banana, including "Shield for Your Eyes" at 4 minutes long. Yasuko sings with her "real" voice in the chorus of "If it is the Deep Sea, I Can See You There". The last track on the album is uncharacteristic of Melt Banana's typical musical style; it is a 10-minute-long electronic ambient song.

The song "Chain-Shot to Have Some Fun" was featured in an animated short movie called "Emily and the Baba Yaga".

There was no drummer on this album, and all the drums were programmed on a drum machine. Some of the patterns, however, were inspired by Dave Witte's drumming. There is also some debate about whether some of the drumming was performed by Dave Witte.

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Track listing

All tracks by Melt-Banana

Songs

1Phantasmagoria1:30
2Shield for Your Eyes - a Beast in the Well on Your Hand4:02
3A Dreamer Who Is Too Weak to Face Up To3:03

References

Cell-Scape Wikipedia


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