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Dave against the machine

December 29, 2010

One Hundred Breaths Per Minute is one minute long and is made up of one hundred breaths. These were taken from the pauses during programme announcements on BBC Radio 4. There’s no false rhythm, harmonic progression or anything that could be construed as kowtowing to the karaoke crowd (OK there’s some reverb).

 

Failure met this year’s attempt to keep the X-Factory from the Christmas number one spot. The worthy Cage Against The Machine, could not emulate the success of Rage Against the Machine’s Killing In the Name Of, so I hope you will take the time we now have, to ensure 100bpm is the pop pickers choice for Xmas 2011.
In our age of too much visual viscera, I hope you appreciate video for radio that accompanies it.

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