Second album on Chicago's Aesthetics label from multimedia collective Pulseprogramming. Pulseprogramming's complex makeup reflects itself in the diversity of songs included here. Each one of the nine tracks inlcuded on "Tulsa For One Second" reflects a different attitude and personality.
Includes the video for the song "Don't Swell Up Your Glass Pocket" in QuickTime format. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All.
Pulseprogramming's first album was constructed with alternately enveloping and chilling moods with no regard for typical songcraft or rhythmic foundation. It was a decent album of ambient IDM, if not exceptional. So it comes as something of a surprise that the duo's proper follow-up, Tulsa for One Second, thrives on its mixture of fuller-sounding productions and relatively traditionally structured songs with vocals.
Summary: The latest full-length from the Chicago-based multimedia collective is a big step forward for the group, adding more vocals and an emotive indie-pop feel to their experimental electronic sound.
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KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: 128 kbps good, 192 kbps great, 256 kbps awesome and 320 kbps perfect. 1 voted, Please vote. Pulseprogramming 1999. 1. Blooms Eventually. 2. Here Give It Here I'll Show You. 03:56.
Blooms Eventually (Hood remix). Tulsa For One Second Remix Project. 04. Three Year Stone (Nudge remix). 05. Off To Do Showery Snapshots (Static remix). 06. Tulsa Lebt (Laub remix).
Pulseprogramming is centered around Joel Kriske and Marc Hellner, but the group is a multimedia entity, including art directors (John Schacter and Hans Seeger), a video artist (Eric Johnson), and a poet (Joel Craig). The first self-titled album - predominantly a work of ambient IDM - was released in 1999 on Chicago's Aesthetics.
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|2||Here Give It Here I'll Show You||3:56|
|3||Stylophone Purrs And Mannerist Blossoms||5:58|
|4||All Joy And Rural Honey||3:42|
|5||Off To Do Showery Snapshots||4:11|
|6||Don't Swell Up Your Glass Pocket||4:02|
|7||Within The Orderly Life||4:31|
|8||Largely Long-Distance Loves||4:45|
|9||Bless The Drastic Space||7:40|
|Video||Don't Swell Up Your Glass Pocket
Film Technician [Filmed By] – Johnson*
- Mixed By – Cooper*
- Vocals [Sung In Part By] – Anderson*
- Written-By [Created], Recorded By – Kriske*, Hellner*
NotesIncludes the video for the song "Don't Swell Up Your Glass Pocket" in QuickTime format.
This edition comes in a different digipak cover.
|AST26CD||Pulseprogramming||Tulsa For One Second (CD, Album, Enh)||Aesthetics||AST26CD||US||2003|
|AST26LP||Pulseprogramming||Tulsa For One Second (LP, Album, RP)||Aesthetics||AST26LP||US||2003|
|AST26LP||Pulseprogramming||Tulsa For One Second (LP, Album, Ltd, Whi)||Aesthetics||AST26LP||US||2003|
|AST26CD||Pulseprogramming||Tulsa For One Second (CDr, Promo, Sti)||Aesthetics||AST26CD||US||2003|