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Tuxedomoon - Scream With A View /avant-garde, electronic 12" EP
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Tuxedomoon - Scream With A View
Label: Cramboy
Catalog#: CBOY 4040
Format: 12"
Country: Belgium
Released: 1985
Style: Abstract, Experimental
Notes: Produced, engineered and mixed by Tuxedomoon somewhere in San Francisco, August 1979
Originally released in 1979

Tracklisting:
A1 Nervous Guy (4:03)
A2 Where Interests Lie (5:07)
B1 (Special Treatment For The) Family Man (5:06)
B2 Midnite Stroll (3:20)

Tuxedomoon was an avant-garde, electronic-oriented collective whose music ranged from new wave pop to jazz fusion to more experimental synthesizer soundscapes (usually including saxophone and violin), which were frequently married in concert to performance-art shows. Tuxedomoon was formed in San Francisco in 1977 by two electronic music students at San Francisco City College, Blaine L. Reininger (keyboards, violin) and Steven Brown (keyboards, other instruments). Brown's local theater connections supplied equipment and occasional vocalists in Gregory Cruikshank and Victoria Lowe, plus more frequent contributions from singer and performance artist Winston Tong. Punk and new wave were opening up the San Francisco music scene at the time, and Tuxedomoon landed an opening slot for Devo in 1978 at around the same time they cut their first single, "Pinheads on the Move." Lowe quit the band before their first EP, No Tears, which featured off-and-on members Michael Belfer (guitar) and Paul Zahl (drums). Tong and Belfer departed temporarily, and Peter Principle (b. Peter Dachert) joined as a full-time member. Tuxedomoon signed to the Residents' Ralph Records in 1979, which eventually got them overseas exposure. Feeling that their ideas were more in tune with the European electronic music scene, the band toured Europe after 1980's Half Mute, for which Tong returned with filmmaker and visual artist Bruce Geduldig

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