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Artist Song Album Label Comments New Request
Slapp Happy with Henry Cow The Worm Is At Work Desperate Straights Virgin 1975
Rotary Connection Song For Everyman Hey, Love Cadet Concept 1971
XTC Scarecrow People Oranges & Lemons Virgin 1989
Ponytail Beg Waves Ice Cream Spiritual We Are Free 2008; Baltimore
Animal Collective Who Could Win a Rabbit? Sung Tongs FatCat 2004; Baltimore
Efterklang Step Aside Tripper The Leaf Label 2004; Denmark; Debut
Jesca Hoop ft. Lucius Free of the Feeling Stonechild Memphis Industries 2019 *
Naked Ensemble/Richard Belcastro Knock 'Em Back I Toy New Focus 2019; Lancaster-based *
Tom Ze Defect 2: Curiosidade Com Defeito de Fabricacao (Fabrication Defect) Luaka Bop 1998
Brian Eno Dead Finks Don't Talk Here Come the Warm Jets Island 1974
Magma Thaud Zaia Magma (Kobaia) Philips 1970
Nico Muhly Mothertongue I: Archive Mothertongue Bedroom Community 2008
Laurie Spiegel Appalachian Grove I New Music For Electronic and Recorded Media 1750 Arch Records 1977; Electronic music composer who worked at Bell Laboratories, in computer graphics, and is known primarily for her electronic-music compositions and her algorithmic composition software Music Mouse. She also plays the guitar and lute. Spiegel was seen by some as a pioneer of the New York new-music scene. She withdrew from this scene in the early 1980s, believing that its focus had shifted from artistic process to product. While she continues to support herself through software development, Spiegel aims to use technology in music as a means of furthering her art rather than as an end in itself. In her words, "I automate whatever can be automated to be freer to focus on those aspects of music that can't be automated. The challenge is to figure out which is which." Spiegel's realization of Johannes Kepler's "Harmonices Mundi" was chosen for the opening track on the "Sounds of Earth" section of the golden record placed on board the Voyager spacecraft in 1977.
King Creosote Relate the Tale Plague Songs 4AD 2006; a song for each of the ten plagues of Egypt, with Robert Wyatt, Cody Chesnutt, Laurie Anderson, The Tiger Lilies, Imogen Heap, et. al.
Andrew Bird Anonanimal Noble Beast Fat Possum 2009; 5th studio album
The Tiger Lillies Snip Snip Shockheaded Peter: A Junk Opera BOOGIEMAN based on the 1845 children's book of cautionary tales by Heinrich Hoffmann "Der Struwwelpeter"
Univers Zero Bruit Dans les Murs Heatwave Cuneiform Records 1986; Brutal Belgian RIO heavily influenced by 20th century chamber music, formed in 1974 by drummer Daniel Denis.
Cathy Berberian La Flute de Pan by Claude DeBussy MagnifiCathy Wergo 1971; the late American mezzo-soprano, who spent much of her life based in Italy, interpreted contemporary avant-garde music composed, among others, by Luciano Berio, Bruno Maderna, John Cage, Henri Pousseur, Sylvano Bussotti, Darius Milhaud, Roman Haubenstock-Ramati, and Igor Stravinsky. She also interpreted works by Claudio Monteverdi, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Kurt Weill, Philipp Zu Eulenburg, arrangements of songs by The Beatles, and folk songs from several countries and cultures. As a composer, she wrote Stripsody (1966), in which she exploits her vocal technique using comic book sounds (onomatopoeia), and Morsicat(h)y (1969), a composition for the keyboard (with the right hand only) based on Morse code.
David Behrman The Other Ocean The Other Ocean Lovely Music, Ltd. 1978; composer and a pioneer of computer music who produced the first recording of Terry Riley's "In C". In 1966 Behrman co-founded Sonic Arts Union with fellow composers Robert Ashley, Alvin Lucier and Gordon Mumma. He wrote the music for Merce Cunningham's dances Walkaround Time (1968), Rebus (1975), Pictures (1984) and Eyespace 40 (2007).
The Residents The New Hymn (Recessional) Intermission: : Extraneous Music from the Residents' Mole Show Ralph Records 1982; music from the opening, closing and intermission portions of the Mole Show. It was the first in a line of albums that would bear the warning that it was not part three of the Mole Trilogy. The infant on the cover is Jana Flynn, daughter of The Residents' spokesperson and manager Homer Flynn.
Brian Eno The Great Pretender Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) Island 1974 R
Cody ChesnuTT Boils Plague Songs 4AD 2006
Robert Fripp & The League of Gentlemen Cognitive Dissonance The League Of Gentlemen Editions EG 1981
Art Bears Song of Investment Capital Overseas The World as It Is Today Recommended Records 1981; 3rd & final Art Bears album.
The Chameleons Don't Fall [edit] Script of the Bridge Statik Records 1983
Tuxedomoon In a Manner of Speaking Holy Wars Cramboy 1985; 4th studio album
Walker Brothers The Electrician Nite Flights GTO 1978; 6th & final
Catherine Ribeiro + Alpes La Nuit des Errants La Deboussole Philips 1980
The Residents This Is a Man's Man's Man's World George & James (American Composer Series - Volume 1) Ralph Records 1984; James Brown cover. From their "American Composers Series". This album is half George Gershwin covers, half James Brown covers.
The Associates Skipping Sulk Beggars Banquet 1982; Scottish no-wave band formed in Dundee in 1979 by singer Billy MacKenzie and guitarist Alan Rankine.
Kate Bush Leave It Open The Dreaming EMI 1982; 4th studio album.
Genesis The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway Charisma 1974
Make a Rising Transmutation Infinite Ellipse and Head with Open Fontanel High Two 2008; Philly
Final Fantasy He P--s Clouds He P--s Clouds Tomlab 2008 "Gotta rescue Michael from the White Witch! Gotta find and kill my shadow self"
Nick Didkovsky Meteoric Ice Pie Menace Ice Cream Time New World Records