- Performer:Stephen Parsick
- Title:Cold Storage - Music For Gasometer Rehearsals
- Style:Dark Ambient, Ambient
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1496 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1749 megabytes
- Size WMA version1277 megabytes
- Formats:ASF MMF VOX MP1 DXD AU DTS
Sediments - Music From 1989 To 1994 (CDr, Album, Enh, Ltd). Not On Label (Stephen Parsick Self-released). Cold Storage - Music For Gasometer Rehearsals (CDr, Album, Promo, Unofficial).
Recorded at the concert at Oberhausen Gasometer, November 10th 2007. Black CDr in a plastic clamshell cover. Recorded live in the Oberhausen Gasometer at a temperature of 6 ͦ Celsius, this is pure distilled coldness.
1Cold Storage Part One 12:00 2Cold Storage Part Two 7:50 3Cold Storage Part Three3:55 4Cold Storage Part Four 11:40 5Cold Storage Part Five 5:45 6Cold Storage Part Six 10:40 7Cold Storage Part Seven5:08.
Stephen Parsick, born in Moers/Germany in 1972, got in touch with electronic music when he was still in his toddler days. From 1983 to 1990 he took musical lessons in his hometown. In 1996, he founded his own band : ramp1. com Parsick also collaborated with Klaus Hoffmann-Hoock aka Cosmic Hoffmann and released his first solo album "Traces of the Past" in 1998.
I'd like to thank all original uploaders; collectors sharing music giving us the unique possibility to explore the culture.
|1||Cold Storage Part One||12:00|
|2||Cold Storage Part Two||7:50|
|3||Cold Storage Part Three||3:55|
|4||Cold Storage Part Four||11:40|
|5||Cold Storage Part Five||5:45|
|6||Cold Storage Part Six||10:40|
|7||Cold Storage Part Seven||5:08|
- Performer, Recorded By, Producer, Engineer, Mastered By, Sampler [Digital Sampling Systems], Loops [Loop Devices], Edited By [Processors] – Stephen Parsick
NotesPerformed and recorded at Zwischenraum Werther on 08 November, 2007.
Produced, engineered, and mastered at Zwischenraum Werther in May 2008.
Black CDr in a plastic clamshell cover.
From the release notes: "This was the final rehearsal before the actual concert at Oberhausen Gasometer which was later released as 'Cryotainer – Music for Gasometers' in a limited edition of 25 copies. Spot the difference."
Originally only available as a download album from MusicZeit for a time, some very few CDR copies were sent around to labels in order to fathom interest in a potential album release as well as to some avid fans and reviewers.