Flight_Attendants-Nightmares.zip (42 Mb)

After dropping out of ISU, the next Flight Attendants release I put together was made in my basement bedroom at my parents’ house on a 4-track borrowed from Mark Wilson. The first two tracks use sequenced drums and synths I had left over from ISU that were done on a Macintosh computer, but after that you can really start to hear the “lo-tech industrial” genre I sort of pioneered with Flight Attendants, although Fallen Man was pretty lo-tech too I guess, having been done mainly with analog equipment. But no longer having the ISU Electronic Music Studio at my disposal, I made do with guitar effect pedals, Casio keyboards, and an Apple IIGS computer. I also start doing what for me at the time were some pretty far-out noise/collage experiments like “Obligatory Helllow,” the kind of thing Flight Attendants would feature more and more of in the coming years.

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Charlie Schiz
When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. I've been weird all my life. It's my time to shine.

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