Velocity, Speed & Force
by VSF

Album: Velocity, Speed & Force (1988)
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  • This Electro classic was recorded in San Pedro, California in a garage studio called Barking Dogs studio. The studio, which was run by Charles Lamont, got it's name because when recording, you could sometimes hear dogs barking. The record was recorded on a Fostex 8 track 1/4 inch. They used no sequencers and all instruments were played by Jose Jimenez Jr.
  • This record is difficult to find and brings in high prices on eBay. >>
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    Amor - Los Angeles, CA, for above 2


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