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Easy Listening for the Hard of Hearing

Easy Listening for the Hard of Hearing
Studio album by Boyd Rice
Frank Tovey
Released 1984
Recorded 1981

Easy Listening for the Hard of Hearing is a collaboration album between Boyd Rice and Frank Tovey, recorded in 1981, but released in 1984 on Mute Records, and is composed on 12 tracks labeled "extractions" 1-12. Each extraction is a minimalist noise song, none of which use any conventional musical instruments. Instead the two use various everyday objects, a gas fire, water pipes and any furniture that happened to by lying around Blackwing Studios as instruments.

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  • Mute Liberation Technologies
  • Boyd Rice Discography


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