HISS FOUNDATIONS: HOW IT SHOULD SOUND 1&2 DEMOS Vinyl Record
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Limited double vinyl LP pressing. One of the most popular instrumental series of all time continues to expand with HISS Foundations. This project is truly one of those records produced solely for the diehard fans of Damu's How it Should Sound (HISS) Volumes 1 and 2, but might also be a great introduction for newcomers. This collection contains more than beats, but seeds of ambition long before the (original) harvest. Straight from the archives, literally salvaged from the original recordings and unedited, never before have these demos been publicly available. One may think they're well familiar with the sounds, but this is an intimate look into a rather private artist's sketchbook. In no way should this replace HISS 1 and 2, but instead consider this as a collector's item.
Another Introduction (Sept 25 2007 Mix)
Tea Thyme (Nov 2 2005 Recording)
Figment (Dec 3 2005 Recording)
It's Called the Chill Out (Aug 11 2005 Recording)
Gone with the Sunset (Dec 3 2005 Recording)
Venture - OG Basement Mix (Nov 2004)
Only One Me (Jan 31 2006 Mix)
Judgement Day (Nov 2 2005 Mix)
HISS Volume 1 Outtake
Movin' on (Sept 10 2006 Mix)
Not So Young Anymore (May 14 2006)
Fabrega's Discotecas (June 11 2006 Demo)
Gestation (October 19 2006 Demo)
Boomerang Luck (June 26 2007 Demo)
Gettin' & Steppin (Nov 27 2006 Mix)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.