Music for the Amorphous Body Study Center
|Music for the Amorphous Body Study Center|
|Studio album by Stereolab|
|Released||17 April 1995 (UK)|
|Label||Duophonic Records (UK)|
Music for the Amorphous Body Study Center is a mini-album or EP by Stereolab, created in collaboration with New York sculptor Charles Long. The songs became part of Long's exhibit, complementing each of his sculptures. The album was initially available only at the exhibit in a pressing of 1500; another limited pressing was later released to stores but it is now out of print. The tracks were included in the collection Aluminum Tunes: Switched On, Vol. 3.
|2.||"The Extension Trip"||3:44|
|3.||"How to Play Your Internal Organs Overnight"||3:59|
|4.||"The Brush Descends the Length"||3:09|
The untitled track is an instrumental reprise of "The Extension Trip". On the Aluminum Tunes compilation, tracks 6 and 7 are combined into one track.
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- "Music for the Amorphous Body Center [EP]". Stereolab. All Media Guide/All Music. Retrieved 2007-05-05.
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