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  • Performer: Radio Massacre International
  • Album: Time & Motion
  • Label: Cuneiform Records
  • Catalog #: Rune 298/299
  • FLAC: 1985 mb | MP3: 2655 mb
  • Released: 16 Jan 2010
  • Country: US
  • Style: Prog Rock, Berlin-School
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 511
  • Category: Electronic / Rock
Radio Massacre International - Time & Motion flac


1Equatorial Pitch9:09
2The Clockwork Time Dragon13:29
3Fission Ships Pt. 115:42
530 Years (Slight Return)18:17
9Fission Ships Pt. 224:17
10Maybe A Last Look At Joe's House14:42


  • Electronics, Bass GuitarDuncan Goddard
  • Electronics, PercussionSteve Dinsdale
  • Guest [With], Wind [Wind Instruments], ElectronicsMartin Archer
  • Guitar, ElectronicsGary Houghton
  • Painting [Paintings By Kind Permission Of]Walt Shaw
  • Photography By [Band Photograph By]Chuck van Zyl
  • Recorded ByRadio Massacre International


Recorded February-June 2009.

On tray card:
"a northern echo recording
© 2010 radio massacre international
℗ 2010 cuneiform records"

On discs:
© 2010 radio massacre international
℗ 2010 Cuneiform Records
Made in the USA.

Packaged in an all-clear slim 2CD jewel case with 4-page booklet.


  • Barcode (Text): 0 45775 02982 5
  • Barcode (String): 045775029825
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): [DCA logo] 1/2DCA28580 RUNE 298 TIME AND MOTION - DISC 1 03
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): [DCA logo] 2/2DCA28581 RUNE 299 TIME AND MOTION - DISC 2 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Discs 1 & 2): IFPI LL30
  • Mould SID Code (Discs 1 & 2): IFPI F701


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cuneiform Records
  • Copyright (c) – Radio Massacre International
  • Made By – DCA – DCA28580
  • Made By – DCA – DCA28581


Ok Ill say it off the bat I am not a huge fan of berlin-school(i.e. Tangerine Dream, Ashra, Klaus Schulz), its been worn to the nubs stylistically speaking and RMI was part of that 90s regenerative DNA of berlin-schooler synth & sequencer extravaganza.
That stated the band has beautifully mutated into a pseudo electronica cum space rock outfit with a hint of that late 60s stoner psych flavoring. I have to admit the lo-fi space rock feel of this release is welcomed with a warm smile and surprise. As a listener you get distantly echoed fuzz guitar, melancholy strings and assorted synthy paraphernalia, woodwinds yes a sax(not always my cup of Earl but it adds variety) all rolled up in the grey moody packaging.
Seriously this is great music to listen to on cold rainy New England evenings with a good set of speakers.
I really respect a band that can muster on and at the least maneuver themselves into other genres.
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