Circulatory System (band)

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This is an article about the rock band "Circulatory System". For the human organ system, see circulatory system.
Circulatory System
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Will Cullen Hart, founder of Circulatory System, soundchecking at ArthurFest 2005
Background information
Origin Athens, Georgia, United States545
Genres Indie rock, psychedelic pop, folk
Years active 2000–present
Labels Cloud Recordings
Associated acts The Olivia Tremor Control
The Sunshine Fix
Website www.circulatorysystem.net
Members Will Cullen Hart
John Fernandes
Peter Erchick
Heather McIntosh
Charlie Johnston
Suzanne Allison
Derek Almstead
A.J. Griffin
Jeff Mangum
Past members Hannah M. Jones
Philip Brown
Nesey Gallons

Circulatory System is a psychedelic rock musical ensemble formed by musician/painter Will Cullen Hart, and featuring Derek Almstead, Suzanne Allison, Peter Erchick, John Fernandes, Charlie Johnston, and Heather McIntosh.

Hart, part of the Elephant Six Collective, was one of the lead players in The Olivia Tremor Control. After that group disbanded in 2000, he and most of the other former Olivias, with the exception of Bill Doss (who was focusing on his solo project Sunshine Fix), and Eric Harris, formed Circulatory System. Neutral Milk Hotel's Jeff Mangum also contributed to their albums.

Discography[edit]

  • Circulatory System (2001, Cloud Recordings)
  • Inside Views (2001, Cloud Recordings)
  • Signal Morning (2009, Cloud Recordings)

Side 3[edit]

Sample of Side 3 cover art

The album, Side 3, released in 2010, comprises remixes, demos, and alternate-takes of the band's 2009 release, Signal Morning. The limited-release, 12" album accompanied the deluxe package of Signal Morning. The covers for the album were handmade and individually stencil spray-painted with the number 3, on top of the original Signal Morning album cover. The inlay has the words "Circulatory System" stenciled on it. Side 3 cover art was released in various colors and variations of layout, designed by Hart.[1]

Side 3 track listing

All tracks were edited and mastered by the recording artist Derek Almstead.[2]

Side A

  1. "Overjoyed (Alternate Version)" - 4:21
  2. "The Frozen Lake/The Symmetry (Alternate Version)" - 4:39
  3. "Round Again (Demos)" - 5:25
  4. "Until Moon Medium Hears the Message (Demos/Live)" - 4:16
Side B
  1. "Particle Parades (Demos)" - 3:06
  2. "This Morning (We Remembered Everything) (Alternate Version)" - 2:59
  3. "Rocks and Stones (Alternate Version)" - 5:23
  4. "Tiny Concerts (Demo)" - 4:30


Mosaics within Mosaics[edit]

Mosaics Within Mosaics is a double album released on June 24th, 2014.[3]

Mosaics Within Mosaics track listing
No. Title Length
1. "Physical Mirage/Visible Magic"    
2. "If You Think About It Now"    
3. "No Risk"    
4. "Just In Time To See You All"    
5. "Neon Light"    
6. "It's Love"    
7. "Mosaic #1"    
8. "Tiny Planes on Canvas"    
9. "Mosaic #2"    
10. "When You're Small"    
11. "Do You Know What's Real?"    
12. "Over Dinner the Cardinal Spoke"    
13. "Aerial View of a Heart (From Above)"    
14. "There Is No Time but Now"    
15. "Puffs of Cotton"    
16. "The Reasons Before You Knew"    
17. "Mosaic #3"    
18. "Mosaics Within Mosaics"    
19. "Mosaic #4"    
20. "Open Up Your Lives"    
21. "Mosaic #5"    
22. "Sounds That You've Never Heard"    
23. "Stars and Molecules"    
24. "Mosaic #6"    
25. "Mosaic #7"    
26. "Makes No Sense"    
27. "Conclusions"    
28. "Mosaic #8"    
29. "Bakery Spires"    
30. "Night Falls"    
31. "Elastic Empire Coronation"    

Compilation appearance[edit]

The band released the track "Deserts (As Big as a Star)" on the benefit album, The Amos House Collection Volume III, on the Wishing Tree Records label.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Release note"; Cloud Recordings official website
  2. ^ "Track listing" – Discogs
  3. ^ Circulatory System Announce New Album Featuring Jeff Mangum
  4. ^ "Discogs entry". Retrieved 22 May 2013. 

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