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==Comments==
 
== Samples/Lyrics ==
 
== Samples/Lyrics ==
 
* There appears to be a sample of a seagulls call at around 2:40 and again at 3:10. However these sound different from those sampled on "[[Happy Cycling]]".
 
* There appears to be a sample of a seagulls call at around 2:40 and again at 3:10. However these sound different from those sampled on "[[Happy Cycling]]".
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Man: For the Christmas formal?! That's a fuckin' sacrament!<br>
 
Man: For the Christmas formal?! That's a fuckin' sacrament!<br>
 
Woman: Just so, you know, 'cause the Christmas formal last year was so funny. I thought well, maybe... I didn't like mescaline before but I had such a good time. [laughs] It was just so funny. [laughs]"| [http://www.archive.org/details/social_seminar_tom Social Seminar: Tom]|10:00}}
 
Woman: Just so, you know, 'cause the Christmas formal last year was so funny. I thought well, maybe... I didn't like mescaline before but I had such a good time. [laughs] It was just so funny. [laughs]"| [http://www.archive.org/details/social_seminar_tom Social Seminar: Tom]|10:00}}
* There are unidentified "samples" of computer game like noises near the end of the track.
 
* Bibio's track "All The Flowers" has a strange similarity to the guitar samples on Chromakey Dreamcoat.  It is known that Bibio's album, "Fi" was highly influential in the making of ''[[The Campfire Headphase]]'' as well as both artists are admirers of each other's work.
 
  
== Technical References ==
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==Trivia==
* "Chroma key" (or color key) is a technique used in video production to swap in a separate signal source over a particular chrominance range across the source video, e.g. in bluescreen cinema effects.  
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* "Chroma key" (or color key) is a technique used in video production to swap in a separate signal source over a particular chrominance range across the source video, e.g. in bluescreen cinema effects. <ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chroma_key Chroma key</ref>
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* The title could also be a reference to a musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber called "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."<ref>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_and_the_Amazing_Technicolor_Dreamcoat Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat</ref>
  
== Cultural References ==
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==Videos==
* The title also seems to be a reference to a musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber called "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat".
 
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chroma_key Chroma key] information at Wikipedia
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* [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_and_the_Amazing_Technicolor_Dreamcoat Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat] at Wikipedia
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==References==
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Revision as of 04:17, 27 June 2013

Chromakey Dreamcoat
Running time 5:47
Appears on The Campfire Headphase


Comments

Samples/Lyrics

  • There appears to be a sample of a seagulls call at around 2:40 and again at 3:10. However these sound different from those sampled on "Happy Cycling".
  • There are also voices in the coda of this track. Between 5:16 and 5:35 is a recording of a woman talking and laughing. She laughs (5:20), says what sounds like "You know, this won't last..." (5:22-5:24), "I didn't like ... that before (?) ... times(?)" (5:28-5:30), laughs (5:32). It sounds like a sentence of some sort but a lot of words drop out. These voices are sampled from an early 1970's anti-drug social hygiene film. [1]
    • The full quote is as follows (beginning at 5:16):

"Woman: ...two weeks ago for the Christmas formal. [laughs]
Man: For the Christmas formal?! That's a fuckin' sacrament!
Woman: Just so, you know, 'cause the Christmas formal last year was so funny. I thought well, maybe... I didn't like mescaline before but I had such a good time. [laughs] It was just so funny. [laughs]"


Trivia

  • "Chroma key" (or color key) is a technique used in video production to swap in a separate signal source over a particular chrominance range across the source video, e.g. in bluescreen cinema effects. [1]
  • The title could also be a reference to a musical by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber called "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat."[2]

Videos

External Links

References

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chroma_key Chroma key
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_and_the_Amazing_Technicolor_Dreamcoat Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat