Exxon - Piratos
Poppsykosen Antologi I
Psyko Records 1997 - PCD005
|1. Sov nu trygt mit barn (4:07)||Lyrics||Chords|
|2. Siggi's stykke (2:28) (S. Laxdal)||Instrumental||N/A|
|3. Guitar-stykke # 1 (1:43)||Instrumental||N/A|
|4. Guitar-stykke # 2 (2:10)||Instrumental||N/A|
|5. Guitar-stykke # 4 (1:43)||Instrumental||N/A|
|6. Poppsykosen (4:33)||Instrumental||Chords|
|7. Piratos (5:53)||Instrumental||N/A|
|8. Exil (5:42)||Lyrics||Chords|
|10. Du la'r mig altid gå (6:51)||Lyrics||Chords (latest version)|
|11. På jagt (incl. frokost i det grønne med en kompatibel PC) (7:56)||Lyrics||Chords|
a) De døde
iii) Martyr solo
iv) Offertorium (reprise)
c) Deus ex Machina
|13. Forbi (5:10)||Lyrics||Chords|
|Music and lyrics where nothing is mentioned: Orla Hylleberg Eriksen|
- Bass (1, 2)
Gunner "Plat" - Drums (2)
Max Herager - Bass (6)
Steen "S2ny" Rønne - Drums (6)
Ulla Bugge - Harmony vocal (12d)
Orla Hylleberg Eriksen - Guitars, Guitar synthesizer (7), Bass, Piano, Crumar Multiman S, Vocal and Programmings
Produced by Orla Hylleberg Eriksen
the "Projects" CD, I realized that I had loads of music lying on loads
of tapes, which I had spent hours and hours composing, rehearsing and recording.
Now they were just lying and rotting scattered on like 20+ tapes. Because
the recording technique I used in the start was to ping-pong between two
reel to reel tape recorders, I had to go through all these tapes to find
the last version of each song and record it on my harddrive.
The CD contains songs from the very start and some songs written for Poppsykosen, of which some, we for some reason never got around to play. Like the song "De døde", which would be the last song in suite form I would write in a very long time.
The first song is the first song I ever wrote and recorded. I wrote it back in 1979 when playing in a former group, but they had no interest in playing it, However Siggi Laxdal, who played bass in that group helped me with it. We played it a lot in Poppsykosen in a slightly changed version, but never got around to record it.
It started out with a metronome and an acoustic guitar, then strings, bass, electric guitar and vocal was added one by one. Lastly Siggi and I carried the tape recorders from my flat to the rehearsal room and got a drummer we knew to add the drums.
Song 2-5 are small pieces meant to be developed to whole songs, but never was. Now I see them as steps in my development as a song writer.
Late in 1981 I bought a Guitar synthesiser. I used it a lot in the early years. Song 7 is a piece made entirely with the synthesizer. Some of the parts from it I later used in an another song.
In 1984 I bought a TR606 drum-machine, which would revolutionize my composing. Now I could build a framework which I could play to, arrange and record.
9. Tiden (5:18)