Sounds In The Attic

by Little Nemo

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In the cold early january 1989, Little Nemo went to Brussels for a 10-days session at Studio Pyramide, a very well equiped 24-track analog studio located in Beersel, a few km outside of the city. With the help and skills of engineer/producer Luc Tytgat (Neon Judgment, Kat Onoma...), they recorder and mixed 9 new songs. A tenth track, "A Une Passante", previously recorded in an 8-track studio in Lyon (F) in march 1987, that was already featured on the band's first K7 release "Past & Future" (1987), was added to make a track-list of 10 numbers. This first LP Sounds In The Attic was released on vinyl, under license to Lively Art/New Rose in march 1989.
Later, in 1990, these 10 songs were compiled with the 5 from Private Life EP (1988) to make a 15-tracks CD.

To celebrate it's 25th birthday, this digital release presents 10 re-mastered tracks, leveling the dynamics to the higher range of today's productions. No other corrections nor any effects were added though, in order to respect the essence of the original release.
It also comes with 2 valuable bonus items :
- A pdf copy of the original 1990 CD booklet's inner pages, providing the complete lyrics and a b&w photo.
- The video clip for the opening track "New Flood" (released as a 7" single a few months after the album's release). AVI format - 720p res. - 62.6 MB

credits

released April 28, 2014

Recorded & mixed at Studio Pyramide, Beersel, Belgium, in jan. 1989. Engineered by Luc Tytgat.
Except #6 recorded & mixed at 8PM studio, Lyon, France, in march 1987. Engineered by Snappin' Gerard.
Front cover photo by J. Debaussart.

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