body | color | collections | commodity | cube | document | fabric | fetish | gender | glass | home | identity | living | machine | metal | minimal | mobility | narrative | olfactory | organic |
pain | paper | plastic | plugs | power | protective | rectangular | ritual | round | sound | souvenir | spiritual | style | text-based | time | tool | touch | uniform | value | visual | warm | wood
|Compact Disc: Sonic Boom & Spectrum - What Came Before After|
Narrative: Copper sourced from Chile, Peru, or Ecuador and produced in a factory in the United States; aluminum from Russia or China; polycarbonate plastic from California, South Africa, Somalia, South Korea, or Germany; boxite from Australia, and parts assembled in a factory in the United States.
Petroleum refineries; Power generation and supply; Plastics material and resin manufacturing; Coal mining; Alumina refining and primary aluminum production; Other basic organic chemical manufacturing; Oil and Gas extraction; Motor vehicle parts and manufacturing; Truck transportation; Oil and gas extraction; Iron and steel mills. Land use includes: Logging; Forest nurseries, forest products, and timber tracts; Cattle ranching and farming.
Distributed by Sympathy for the Record Industry (4450 California Place, Suite 303, Long Beach, CA), an indie/punk label formed in 1988 by record industry anti-mogul Long Gone John. Long Gone John is the owner, CEO, and the only employee of Sympathy.
I purchased this CD from Ozone Records in Portland, Oregon for 7.99, and moved it to Norfolk, Connecticut; Rotterdam, Netherlands; and to New York City. I'm currently living with it in Brooklyn.