Back to the web ringBack to the web ring
HomeNewsLinksGuestbook
RecordsCompositionsConcertsArtistsStories
FirstPreviousUpNextLast


Picture Palace music

Auerbach's Night Club

Music For The Lust Generation & Wine-Cask-Riders

- Studio, released September 2008 -

Cover


CD-R release 2008
Artwork: Sascha Beator & Thorsten Quaeschning


Tracks

[a]
1.Day Of Wrath 5:06
2.Under The Golden Charm 4:50
3.Auerbach's Night Club 13:26
4.Morgengrauen 1:40
5.Powercutting 1:16
Total running time26:18


Details

Recording date2007 - 2008
Recording site(s)OrBeat Studios (Berlin), Q-Music Studios (Berlin), Townend Studios (Berlin), Kino in der Kulturbrauerei (Berlin), Last Cathedral (Berlin)
Composer(s)Sascha Beator, Thorsten Quaeschning
Musician(s)Sascha Beator (synthesizer), Thorsten Quaeschning (drums, guitar, memotron, piano, synthesizer), Thorsten Spiller (guitar)
Producer(s)Thorsten Quaeschning


Notes

On September 19th, 2008 Picture palace music played a concert accompanying the performance of the 1926 silent movie Faust -- eine deutsche Volkssage at the Kino in der Kulturbrauerei (a Berlin cinema); on the following evening they performed live in the Last Cathedral Horror Rock Bar (Berlin), featuring music from the albums Somnambulistic Tunes and Symphony For Vampires as well as (at that time) unreleased compositions.

 


On this occasion the band released the EP Auerbach's Night Club on CD-R, containing three out-takes from the (yet unreleased) Faust soundtrack as well as two (quite short) compositions made for a Berlin short film festival; more music from this festival was later released on the EP Going Underground 7 (2009).

 


In August 2009 the EP became available as download from the PPM web shop as well.

 


The complete material of this EP has been re-released on the compilation album Curriculum Vitae I - The Aside Ones (2009).


Releases

Germany
2008: PPM Web Shop
CD-R: PPM014
Worldwide
2009: PPM Web Shop
Download: individual tracks or complete release as MP3
FirstPreviousUpNextLast
Copyright/Disclaimer   © 2001-2017 by Michael Berling. Last Update: 2017-06-22 15:31