Pacific City Discs

ERONEN, ROOPE - Inflatable World

"In the interest of reverse osmosis, instead of entering into a microscopic world, you now enter into a gigantic world. Roope Eronen, of the famed Finnish space rock band Avarus, has now expanded his entertainment of an emotive space lounge to the largest media size known to man, giant disk. Commissioned especially by Pacific City Sound Visions label chief and the creator of Monopoly Child Star Searchers, Spencer Clark, Roope was asked to craft short pop song versions of previously extended space-synth improvisations. This disk's music has been enlarged to such an extreme size that the listener can now slowly float in and around the realms of the outer heavens to freshly reflect on Earth's material originality. The voices of angels are abound to imply the harmony of an over-sized life on XXXXL nativity -- an example of the Inflatable Worlds ability to be playful in the sights of the grandeur of heaven. "Space Walk Rentals" and "Bassmaster Mania" entertain Roope's huge focus on the exotic lounge-ness of Interstellar musics. The largeness of Roope's vision contends that progress lies in the tranquility of big thoughts -- and enormous essences rather than physical largess. Big ideas have no threat of gravity, as they are allowed to float into the ether until they are grabbed down by the hands of humans to reflect what they can of their massive impression of heaven. Music and Artwork by Roope Eronen. Selected and compiled by Spencer Clark. Mastered by Christophe Albertijn." - Pacific City Discs .
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Over the next few months, as we take inventory, clean house, and delve into our storage, we will be uploading thousands of additional items, gradually, on a near-daily basis. This will include the majority of the LPs, as well as many titles, in all formats, once thought long-gone. Many currently “sold out” items are likely to resurface.

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