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Tarentel - From Bone To Satellite flac
Performer: Tarentel
Title: From Bone To Satellite
Label: Temporary Residence Limited
Country: US
Released: 02 Jun 2016
Style: Post Rock, Experimental
Cat: TRR023LP
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1122 mb | MP3 size: 2474 mb | WMA size: 2323 mb
Genre: Rock

1(Loop 1)3:03
2Ursa Minor, Ursa Major17:42
3When We Almost Killed Ourselves
Lap Steel Guitar [Lap] – Michael Carrington TaylorLoops [Effected Guitar Loop] – Scott Solter
4(Loop 2)3:02
5Steede Bonnet
Lap Steel Guitar [Lap] – Michael Carrington Taylor
6Strange Attractors10:42
7For Carl Sagan21:21


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TRR23Tarentel From Bone To Satellite ‎(CD, Album)Temporary Residence LimitedTRR23US1999
TRR 23Tarentel From Bone To Satellite ‎(2xLP, Album)Temporary Residence LimitedTRR 23US1999
TRR023LPTarentel From Bone To Satellite ‎(LP, Cle + LP, Cle + Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Gat)Temporary Residence LimitedTRR023LPUS2016


  • Drums [Trap Kit], Synthesizer [Juno 60], PercussionJonathan Joseph Hughes
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic GuitarDaniel Paul Grodinski
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Bass, Synthesizer [Juno 60], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], KalimbaKenseth Thibideau
  • Electric Guitar, Synthesizer [Juno 60], SamplerJefre Cantu-Ledesma
  • Mixed ByScott Solter, Spencer Jackson
  • Photography ByDianne Jones
  • ProducerScott Solter, Tarentel
  • Recorded By, EngineerScott Solter


2016 reissue on occasion of the label's 20th anniversary.
The title is a reference to the Stanley Kubrick film "2001: A Space Odyssey".
The working title was "Our Blessed Land of Mimes and Burnt Out Stars".
The vinyl includes two extra tracks (D1 and D3) not available on the CD.


  • Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap): 6 56605 30231 7



From Bone to Satellite - Tarentel. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. From Bone to Satellite. SC Distribution от лица компании Temporary Residence Ltd. Live Nation Video Network Publishing и другие авторские общества 1. Your Rating. Overview . Tarentel in particular, From Bone To Satellite offered safe passage to many future Temporary Residence artists, including Explosions In The Sky, Eluvium, and Sonna. It was the album that first gave Temporary Residence its first sense of legitimacy, and provided a context for the forward-thinking, emotionally resonant, experimental rock from which the label built its roster and reputation. Taidgh Lynch In 1999 Tarentel released the dazzling From Bone to Satellite. Since then theres been a proliferation of post-rock bands and yet it still holds up as a top album in the genre. If youre a fan of post-rock this is a must have. Album 1998 13 Songs. More By Tarentel. See in album Tarentel - From Bone To Satellite 1999. Tarentel - Steede Bonnet. Tarentel - When We Almost Killed Ourselves. Tarentel - Ursa Minor, Ursa Minor. Tarentel - For Carl Sagan. Tarentel - Strange Attractors. Total votes: 1. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Listen free to Tarentel From Bone to Satellite Steede Bonnet, When We Almost Killed Ourselves and more. 5 tracks 71:02. From Bone To Satellite is a music album by Tarentel released in 1999. From Bone To Satellite is ranked 27,816th in the overall chart, 4,966th in the 1990s, and 587th in the year 1999. This album is rated in the top 8 of all albums on . Loading content from YouTube. From Bone To Satellite track list. The tracks on this album have an average rating of 77 out of 100 all tracks have been rated. Sort by. Critic Score. Bone to Satellite refers to the moment in Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey where the apes throw their bones in the air only to have the scene immediately cut to outer space. It is in this act of transition that the movie like the music in this album shifts ideas. There is a bit of symbolism to the album's title. Tarentel seamlessly changes style when the second song, When We Almost Killed Ourselves, explodes with spacey prog-rock effects. The band seems to take great pride in not letting you know when one song has ended and another has begun, which makes the flow of the album very smooth, even with its many changes