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One Drop Or Two?



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Process
One Drop Or Two?

Track Listing:

1. Oktober Revolution
2. Terrorist  
3. Prismatic
4. Psychobabble  
5. Mono Klang
6. Quality Solids
7. Maharishi  
8. Blue Moonies

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Format :download only
Catalogue No:procd03
Release Date :1 Aug 2006


I'd released a number of singles and odd tracks on TIP, Twisted, Matsuri and Flying Rhino but it wasn't until I hooked up with Benji Vaughan that we managed to build up enough steam to make a whole album. We left the big smoke and hid ourselves away in the Surrey/Sussex borders and there fermented the ideas that would lead to One Drop Or Two?

Being in the countryside and getting freaked out by barking deer and screaming vixens at four in the morning while taking a quick tea break from the studio was certainly part of the inspiration for some of these tunes, and as we were both playing out quite a bit and doing the occasional live set we were able to fine tune and tweak the tracks to end up with what I think of as a very well rounded, bouncy, twisted and deeply psychedelic debut album.

What really interests me is the border between analogue and digital, between order and chaos, and the element of chance which throws up all sorts of new creative possibilities. The artwork for the Process albums are analogue photos by Diarmid with no photoshop processing or colouring. I think they are much better than any similar digitally created psychedelic art. Well done Diarmid! Please can we have some more...

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