A four-hour version of It's a Sin

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Tomas wrote: Tue 14 Feb 2017, 9:57 am
greenmile wrote: Tue 14 Feb 2017, 12:28 am Ok, so who's going to volunteer to record it for us? :)
Also, at what time(s) does the "sequence" start? :D And how many times a day is it played?
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Sandy Shaw wrote: Sat 18 Feb 2017, 8:15 pmThe It's a Sin mix is a free event with first come, first served admission://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/sp ... -shop-boys
Good to know. But on the other hand a bit disappointing this takes place only on 5 March 2017 - initially I thought that this will be played during the whole Tillmans' exhibition (until June).
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A DVD of that would make a great 2017 Christmas card.

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A four hour 'It's a Sin' ? No thank your u very much. Does that put me in a majority of one.

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troysayshi wrote: Mon 20 Feb 2017, 6:07 pm A four hour 'It's a Sin' ? No thank your u very much. Does that put me in a majority of one.

Yes I know. Play on words, play on words
It's shorter now and there are two sessions... I think. It depends if you view the mobile version of desktop version of the Tate site!
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Mentioned on a pet text today...
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Pod wrote: Fri 03 Mar 2017, 5:54 pm Mentioned on a pet text today...
I'm glad I managed to get the afternoon off. I just can't miss this. I have to be back at the Albert Hall for 5.30, so this new(?) format of two sessions suits me fine!
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Still prefer the 40-minute version of This Must Be The Place I've Waited Years To Leave
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No Muscle Mary wrote: Fri 03 Mar 2017, 6:36 pm Still prefer the 40-minute version of This Must Be The Place I've Waited Years To Leave
Lol!

I've had an email back from the Tate and they have confirmed the two sessions.
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You're friends with Neil and Chris?!
TallThinMan wrote: Mon 13 Feb 2017, 9:38 pm “One sound installation will comprise a reconstruction of It’s a Sin by the Pet Shop Boys, which will build, over the space of four hours, from a single track recording of a kick-drum through the entire 48-track layering process.”

Being friends with Neil and Chris, I wonder if he's been given access to the original multi-track recording to achieve this?

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No Muscle Mary wrote: Fri 03 Mar 2017, 6:36 pm Still prefer the 40-minute version of This Must Be The Place I've Waited Years To Leave
Haha! Mary! :)

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Pretty excited about the chance to hear It's a sin tracks one by one! Been loving the bass and drums lines from the Sarm West sessions.

Still would prefer that they just let them to be downloaded :lol: Or included on the upcoming re-releases.

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Greendrake wrote: Sat 04 Mar 2017, 10:09 am Pretty excited about the chance to hear It's a sin tracks one by one! Been loving the bass and drums lines from the Sarm West sessions.

Still would prefer that they just let them to be downloaded :lol: Or included on the upcoming re-releases.
I would kill to have all of the original stems of It's a Sin!

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Love to know what this sounds like. Anyone recording/recorded a snippet?
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