Craig Burk - The History Of Decency / Out To The Various Edges
Artist: Craig Burk

Category: Electronic

Name: The History Of Decency / Out To The Various Edges

Size: 813 mb

Quality: flac, MP3

Craig Burk - The History Of Decency / Out To The Various Edges

Label: Illusion Production ‎– IP 027
Type: Vinyl, LP
Country: France
Date of released: 1986
Category: Electronic
Style: Experimental


The History Of Decency
A1 Happy To Be Serving 1:09
A2 Fawn Mouth 0:46
A3 The Bullet Train 1:12
A4 We’ve Got Clearance 0:45
A5 Can't Say Can't 1:00
A6 Noted With Rolling Eyes 0:56
A7 Let It Turn On 1:00
A8 Even With The Angles 1:05
A9 Three Cheers For Life 1:03
A10 Look For Presence 1:07
A11 Within A Specific Region 1:04
A12 Save It And Surprise Me 1:05
A13 Actively No Apologies 0:57
A14 Too Many Wavelengths 1:12
A15 Might As Well Take The Proverbial 0:53
A16 The Latest Classical Favorite 1:11
A17 Abide With It 0:56
A18 Grip The Big Chain 1:05
A19 Flip Her On Great 0:47
A20 The Whole Great Unraveling 1:01
A21 Now The Noose 0:45
Out To The Various Edges
B1 Dress Rehearsal Stampede 0:55
B2 Admit The Murmuring 1:08
B3 Alien Qualities In Blotches 0:52
B4 While Ants Ate Lunch 0:57
B5 Tugging With Christened Force 0:52
B6 Special Part Of Back Drop 0:55
B7 Obedient Squids 0:52
B8 Embarrassment For Ripening 0:43
B9 Reasonings Laid Out 0:52
B10 Superman At Home 0:54
B11 Separating The Common 0:49
B12 Building To Indicative Cheers 1:03
B13 Its Special Magnet 0:56
B14 With Allness Of Light 0:44
B15 Out To Magnificient Specimens 0:49
B16 Past Epitome 0:47
B17 Amphibian Chef 0:54
B18 To Be Drawn 0:39
B19 Pale In A Darker Fashion 0:58


  • Engineer – Gil Garenne (tracks: B2, B3, B5, B6, B8, B9, B11, B12, B14, B15, B16, B18, B19), Larry Buksbaum (tracks: B1, B4, B7, B10, B13, B17), Michael Carry (tracks: A1 to A21)
  • Synthesizer, Electronic Drums [Drum Machine] – Jack Fetterman
  • Synthesizer, Electronic Drums [Drum Machine], Percussion – Dan Rosen
  • Tape – Robert James (tracks: A1 to A21)
  • Voice, Guitar, Bass, Trumpet, Harp [Miniatur Harp] – Craig Burk