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|EP by Bass Communion|
|Recorded||17 February 2008|
|Label||My Own Little Label|
|Bass Communion chronology|
Haze Shrapnel is an EP by Bass Communion, a side project of Steven Wilson. It contains an out-take from the Molotov and Haze sessions, titled Haze Shrapnel, as well as a remix of the same piece by Freiband (Stage name of Frans De Waard), retitled Scherven. It was released as an on-demand 3 inch CDR by My Own Little Label. A companion EP, with the roles reversed, was released under the title Headwind/Tailwind.
Steven Wilson had had become interested in Frans De Waard small record label My Own Little Label, which specializes in the release of bonus and archival material. Wilson had a spare track from his recently completed Bass Communion album, Molotov and Haze, and suggested De Waard release it. De Waard accepted the offer and added a remix of the track.
|2.||"Scherven" (Haze Shrapnel - Freiband Remix)||8:00|
|Netherlands||June 2008||My Own Little Label||3" CDR||MOLL022|
|Netherlands||April 2009||Tonefloat||10" LP||TF68|
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- "My Own Little Label". Retrieved 6 May 2012.
- "Haze Shrapnel". Tonefloat Records. Retrieved 6 May 2012. External link in
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