is a make-your-own-CD kit
1. Download all the songs and the cover artwork PDF.
2. Burn the songs to a CD with no pause between songs (the pauses and transitions are already built-in).
3. Print out the cover artwork PDF onto blank CD labels. Stick the label on the CD and put the cover in a jewel case.
3. That's it: you have the album - for free
02. (MP3, 5.6 MB)
03. (MP3, 3.8 MB) (MP3, 6 MB)
04. (MP3, 6.3 MB)
05. (MP3, 7.3 MB)
06. * (MP3, 6.8 MB)
07. (MP3, 6.2 MB)
08. (MP3, 2 MB)
09. (MP3, 6.7 MB)
10. (MP3, 464 KB)
11. (MP3, 5.9 MB)
12. (MP3, 4.8 MB)
13. (MP3, 2.7 MB)
14. (MP3, 13.9 MB)
(PDF, 192 KB)
download the music, right-click any of the links to the
left, and choose save link as from the pop-up menu.
Clay : Alone is a study in contradictions. The music here is based on the principles of drum n' bass and IDM - powerful, driving bass lines, ambient textures, and simple melodies, but it doesn't adhere to the 200+ beats per minute standard. The songs vary from the soft, lullaby-esque down-beat of baku to the frantic, ear-shattering Dn'B of cold winds rise. Often, that transition will come in the same song, like lilting, bad bossa nova, and dada.
Some songs are the soundtrack to a dream, like the rolling bass and tranced-out lyrics of dada and lilting. Other songs seem more like a nightmare, orchestrated by the haunting chorus on tuesday rain, or the climaxing strings of fleabitten. But for every low, there is a corresponding high, and jinglesnooze, featuring the poetry of JT Harrice, forms the perfect introduction to the waking dream of the shifting of gears.