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Trance And The Arcade: Survival In Infinity (Mass Particles)

Sophomore release by Chuck Bettis (aka T.A.T.A.) featuring two collaborations with Mick Barr and a track dedicated to Daniel Higgs; further investigations into the realms of extreme frequencies and mind bending acrobatics.

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Limited edition of 500 copies.

Label: Mass Particles
Catalog ID: 7
Squidco Product Code: 15546

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2000
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Recorded on to 4-track between 1999-2000 by The Trance and The Arcade.


Chuck Bettis-electronics, effects, sampler, keyboard, drum machine

Mick Barr-guitar

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track listing:

1. Humans As Harmonics 5:40

2. Mystical Sighs 4:29

3. Metallic Fruit 3:55

4. Shot Blasting 1:52

5. Singalism (Mick's Version) 1:03

6. Fetish Priests/Demon Flower 3:19

7. Ocean Of Sound 5:09

8. Without Resistance: Nature's Night (For Daniel Higgs) 3:14

9. Amalgamation 3:48

10. The War Blur 2:00

11. Surrounded Life 2:27

12. Circulation And Respiration 8:55

13. New Haus 2:52

14. Sampler Magic Pt. 2 3:26

15. Desert Penguin 3:16

16. Come Out 4:41

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"This is the sophomore release by Bettis under the T.A.T.A. moniker which features two collaboration tracks with Mick Barr and a track dedicated to Daniel Higgs. This release is a further investigation into the realms of extreme frequencies and mind bending acrobatics that will leave you wondering if you are living in the future or the past but ultimately awaken you to the here and now. This is the last CD that Bettis used the T.A.T.A. moniker before laying it to rest to perform under his earth name.

Trance And The Arcade started off as the solo moniker for Chuck Bettis's exploration into electronic avant garde to later blossom with the inclusion of Jorge Castro on visuals and frequent collaborations with dance troupe known as Domestic Tar Petal

Survival In Infinity was the second release, this time with MickBarr on 2 tracks"-Mass Particles

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