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James Ferraro - Human Story 3 download mp3 album
Human Story 3
Modern Classical, Experimental
FLAC vers. size:
1173 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1466 mb
WMA vers. size:
1735 mb
Other formats
4.9 ★

Complete your James Ferraro collection. I'm know of at least two others still waiting for theirs as well.

Human Story 3 ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320). Not On Label (James Ferraro Self-released). Human Story 3 ‎(LP, Ltd, Cle). Olde English Spelling Bee. OESB-201.

James Ferraro Requiem for Recycled Earth, released 03 May 2019 1. Embryo 2. No Future 3. Airless Matrix 4. Xerces Blau 5. Deleted Biosphere 6. Omega-Generation 7. Weapon 8. Cyber Seed 9. Recycled Sky 10. Malign Blossom 11. Chemical Death Requiem for Recycled Earth is the long awaited follow up to the Overture EP and the first of four main musical parts in the Four Pieces for Mirai sequence. a 57 min long opus into ecocide and planetary divorce includes two bonus tracks Gaia Wept Effluent and Spawn of Hate with this download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.

NYC, Hell 3:00 AM is a studio album by American electronic musician James Ferraro, released on October 15, 2013 by the label Hippos in Tanks. Ferraro created the album in a process separate from how he made music prior; the way NYC, Hell 3:00 AM was created began only as a "ritual" for Ferraro to record at or around midnight, and the main concept was "realized" instead of planned out in the beginning. It was also the first time Ferraro had recorded in an actual studio.

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Ferraro’s latest project, June’s Human Story 3, is a self-released album that plays off the concept of transparent commercialism. It doesn’t sound like hold music, but it’s not the furthest thing from it, either. Story alternates between orchestral scintillations and bloopy squawks, dinging bells and an earnest, computerized female voice who reads out words like, Starbucks. One sound in particular, in the final seconds of the uncanny Security Broker, convinced me again and again that I’d just missed a phone notification. In conversation, Ferraro is as good-natured and approachable as his music is esoteric and unpredictable. Despite his futurist aesthetics, he’s no early adopter. I think technology is making people really egotistical and self-centered, he says.