A Spectrum of Finite Scale
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|A Spectrum of Finite Scale|
|Studio album by Man or Astro-man?|
|Man or Astro-man? chronology|
A Spectrum of Finite Scale is a tour-only album by the band Man or Astro-man?. A departure from the band's familiar space-surf instrumentals, A Spectrum of Finite Scale is a compilation of experiments produced by members of the Man or Astro-Man? team. Tracks were contributed by pairs of band members, individual members and even Man or Astro-man? personnel like soundman The Brannock Device and Q-Beam contributed tracks.
- "After All the Prosaic Waiting...the Sun Finally Crashes into the Earth"
- "The Limitations of a Serial Machine"
- "Halfway to the Infinite"
- "Space Helmet"
- "All the Quietest Whispers"
- "Mt-52 Tone/Magnus Opus" [sic]
- "Tolerance in a Transitory Universe"
- "Analysis Paralysis"
- "Man or Man-Machine?"
- "The Potential Energy of Roger Stone"
- "Mortimer Butomite's Pocket of Capacitors"
- "Fig. A: Dispersion in Full Spectrum Pattern"
- "(untitled track number thirty-two)"
- "A Spectrum of Finite Scale - Man or Astro-man? | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2016-12-27.
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