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Tony McPhee – The Hunt

Buried Treasutonyre records have unearthed a fantastic slice of experimental, early synth, prog electronica in the form of Tony McPhee’s ‘The Hunt’.
Originally released in 1973, ‘The Hunt’ was a 19 minute epic that took up one side of McPhee’s solo album, ‘The Two Sides Of Tony (T.S) McPhee’. Made using two newly purchased ARP2600 synthesizers, organ and a Bentley Rhythm Ace drum machine, ‘The Hunt’ is a stark, almost medieval, distorted slab of industrial electronics that precedes acts such as Throbbing Gristle, Suicide & Cabaret Voltaire by years.
Buried Treasure have enlisted the talents of Revbjelde to edit the track down to a more palatable 3 minutes 37 and to also provide a great remix too.
Release on 7″ single on Feb 15th you can pre-order you copy now!

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