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Out Of This World

2017Ghost Toast - Out Of This World

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Track credits:

* Alia:
0:42-1:31; 4:42-4:45: quotations from Dune: the Bene Gesserit – Dune Month by Pop Culture Mythology (Youtube) – which is a quote from the Dune (novel) by Frank Herbert –

2:42-2:54; 2:56-3:10; 3:12-3:20: quotations from Dune (TV series) directed by John Harrison; produced by David Kappes; based on Dune (novel) by Frank Herbert

4:53-5:00; 5:35-5:43; 5:55-6:19; 6:28-7:20: vocal parts are from Storms by Hannah da masta

* The Dragon’s Tail:
1:18-1:32: quotation from Beowulf by Benjamin Bagby (DVD)

3:15-3:48: quotation from Polyglot_Lord’s Prayer in 8 ancient languages by ArmorSapientiae (Youtube)

6:41-6:45: quotation from Dragonborn by Jeremy Soule (recorded by Ghost Toast)

* Kaia:
All vocal parts are from the song called Kaiababies by Kaia

* Last Man:
0:00-0:11; 2:01-2:33; 5:12-5:20; 5:37-6:00: quotations from The Last Man on Earth (film) directed by Ubaldo Ragona and Sidney Salkow; produced by Robert L. Lippert, Samuel Z. Arkoff, Harold E. Knox; based on I am legend (novel) by Richard Matheson

0:14-0:42; 6:02-6:08: quotations from The Omega Man (film) directed by Boris Sagal, produced by Walter Seltzer, based on I am legend (novel) by Richard Matheson

Album credits:

Mixing and mastering: Zoltán Cserfalvi, Béla Boros – Denevér Hangstúdió (Szolnok, Hungary) www.deneverstudio.hu

Cover art: Gergely Madarász
www.madaraszgergely.hu

 

 

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2013

“There is no end. There is no beginning. There is only the infinite passion of life.”

Federico Fellini

 

 

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Recording was done at home and in the rehearsal room.

Mastering: Harcibirka Noise Studios   😉

Feel free to download and distribute (we kindly even ask you to do so!)

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Thanks to the following:

Zoma, Zúzó, Hegyes Gergő, Tóth Péter (for the photos), Papp Misi, Szabó Kriszta, the aJna band, Eszti, Judit, Luca, Zulal trio, Shannon Hurley, LunarRising and many others.

FUN FACTS

Preapocalyptic Lamentations:

The excerpts are from the 1938 radio play of H.G. Wells’  The War of the Worlds.

Legacy:

The speech is from Ray Lewis‘ motivational speech delivered on NIT. Read more about it here.

Life Is Strange:

Vocals are by Shannon Hurley.

Hovin Mernem:

The Armenian folk song is sung by Zulal trio.

Nor Defeat:

The speech is from Theodore Roosevelt’s Sorbonne presentations, recited by the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, John Harbaugh. Read more about it here.

No Sleep (Vocal Edit):

Vocals are from the identical titled song of LunarRising.

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2011

 

 

 

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Drum recordings done at Attila and Zoltán Cserős. The rest was recorded at home or at the rehearsal room. Mastering: János Stefán and Attila Cserős.
The album is published by the author, it is free to be downloaded and shared. And we encourage you to do so.

Thanks to:

Atush for the recording and the mastering
Zoma, for recording and the segment called “Új dokumentum”
Tamás Szádai for photography
ErikaEsztiÉva and Judit for the patience and the support

FUN FACTS

Sources of themes in Fake Western Analogue: [Don Siegel – Dirty Harry – (1:56-2:19); Clint Eastwood – Sudden Impact – (3:47-4:03); Ennio Morricone – Carrilon – (2:25-2:48); Ennio Morricone – Per Un Pugno Di Dollari (#2) – (2:49-3:10)]

The speech in No Balance is a slightly modified version of Harry S. Truman‘s inauguration speech in 1949.

Other songs contain small excerpts from interviews and performances by Richard Dawkins,Terrence McKenna and others.