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shapeseven 19 Oct 2011 12:23

exactly like i said: the cover art aswell as the record label(s) in this series of graphics have been created by edmund batterbee. i just combined them with the rest of the artwork to finalize the concept.
afaik a few more tracks, like "black hole door", for instance, have also been mentioned before. personally, i am missing "questions of happiness", which is one of my personal favourites.
LMFP, for instance, is a wonderful little track marian wrote last year (i think), and - of course - he provided me with the lyrics.

vafe 19 Oct 2011 12:25

you forget:
- title+lyric+music: Handful of darkness

jetset 19 Oct 2011 18:51

What about Temple Girl ? was it a real working studio track, or just a title you used on your own to illustrate Moonbase ? ( I still have the caption, yes yes :) )

shapeseven 19 Oct 2011 18:59

maybe i didn't get the question right - but i never did any illustrations on moonbase since 2004.

shapeseven 19 Oct 2011 19:34

stroke of midnite also exists.

jetset 19 Oct 2011 19:38

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maybe i didn't get the question right - but i never did any illustrations on moonbase since 2004.

From July 2006, Moonbase

shapeseven 19 Oct 2011 19:49

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Originally Posted by jetset (Post 228992)
From July 2006, Moonbase

what is that?

shapeseven 19 Oct 2011 20:39

ah, recognized it. sibelius is a composing software. but i didn't create that illustration. maybe claudia or alex do know anything about it.

Foolship1077 20 Oct 2011 06:13

I took another look at that "retro cover" and had to laugh about "Over the Hills and Far Away." Somehow, the thought of MG covering a Led Zeppelin tune (though that probably wouldn't be the case) got a chuckle out of me.

Don't know if he'd ever really do that one, though.

shapeseven 20 Oct 2011 06:39

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Originally Posted by Foolship1077 (Post 229004)
I took another look at that "retro cover" and had to laugh about "Over the Hills and Far Away." Somehow, the thought of MG covering a Led Zeppelin tune (though that probably wouldn't be the case) got a chuckle out of me.

Don't know if he'd ever really do that one, though.

same title, different song. alphaville's 'over the hills' is not a cover. it is one of the tracks that were initially supposed to appear on CROG. OTHAFA has been (if i remember i right) the opener for the album. Back then it was not a ballad.


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