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NCN Intro 01:32
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Ancient Rome 03:48
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Another Dam 01:39
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Technologism 04:03
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Revolution 02:23
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Coming Down 03:43
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High Hopes 02:42

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This is a sound collage / compilation / program / mix which musically explores the idea of 'peak money' and it's implications; a snapshot in time of various views of the ongoing and current economic crisis. Money as the lifeblood of the world, and other sonic meditations on money.

All derived material in this program is used fairly, accredited, and transformed (remixed / fragmented / re-contextualized / re-worked) for the purpose of education, cultural reference, and to artistically capture the cultural conversation about the subject matter during the time of this program's creation.

This researched program is the result of an artistic and creative process, which can be documented, and is meant to be heard, and taken in its entirety. Payment is not a prerequisite fee in exchange for content in order to get this package but is considered a voluntary donation toward supporting the creative work and expense behind the program.

Thank you for listening, and thank you for your support.

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released January 24, 2011

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The National Cynical Network San Jose, California

The National Cynical Network (NCN) is a long-running, SF Bay Area alternate programming media remix project. It originally consisted of a trio of SF Bay-Area based radio collage artists: Phineas Narco, Ronald Redball and Alexander T. Newport. NCN seeks to play *with* music , using sound, and video media samples in the process of media collage or 'mediage'. ... more

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