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Eta Carinae

Posted in Spookydirt with tags , , , on October 4, 2010 by Andy

By the time you read this Eta Carinae should be live on many download stores including Emusic, Amazon and CDbaby.

Eagle-eyed persons will have noticed that the artwork has changed. Slightly.

Eta Carinae cover image


‘Cosmotourism’ by Spookydirt (Box 006)

Posted in Spookydirt with tags , , , , , , , on July 6, 2009 by Andy

Cosmotourism‘ has finally been released into the wild, after what I think might be 2 years. I can’t really explain why it has taken me so long, although there was that week earlier this year when I lost the master files. That was quite distressing. And then there were all those extra tracks that made the album about 90 minutes long. And the extra tracks that weren’t all that good. And I had to change the titles for some tracks, because they were just so bad.

I think the main reason it took me so long to get ‘Cosmotourism’ finished is because I wanted it to be perfect. It isn’t, of course. Nothing is. Perfection is in itself, a flaw. But as far as albums of ambient space music go, this is pretty darn good. But I would say that, wouldn’t I.

Listen to the album on the player (above) or wait for it to arive on iTunes, Amazon, Emusic and places like that. If you get really impatient, you can purchase the HQ-MP3 version using the link on the player for only €6, or even get a lower quality version for free.

New Spookydirt release – ‘Hotei Arcūs’

Posted in Spookydirt with tags , , , , , , , , on June 29, 2009 by Andy

Hotei Arcūs

The latest Spookydirt release ‘Hotei Arcūs’ is now for sale at emusic for just one download credit.

It can also be purchased from iTUNES

Amazon customers can buy it HERE for just 69p

You can buy it from Amie Street also, if you are that way inclined. At the moment, that is the cheapest way to get it – $0.15, although this may go up soon.

If you’re doing a search for it on the web, you’re better off typing spookydirt rather than the title, as most stores show it as ‘Hotei Arc?s’ because I used a ‘ū’ when I could’ve just used anormal ‘u’ and that would have been ok. For some reason Emusic shows the correct characters, as does Amie Street. I’ll know for next time, eh?