Money Will Ruin Everything: The Second Edition

Performers Various Artists

Rune Grammofon | February 3, 2009 | Compact Disc

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Defined by the spacious free/electro-jazz of groups like Supersilent and Deathprod, and designer/musician Kim Hiorthoy's bold, minimalist album covers, Norwegian label Rune Grammofon has established a house-style as distinctive and instantly identifiable as storied imprints ECM and 4AD. Rune's second iteration of their label-spanning compilation, MONEY WILL RUIN EVERYTHING, is an exhaustive overview of a thematically tied yet diverse catalog, containing some of the most forward-thinking jazz and electronic music of the `00s. While most Rune artists share a love of teasing structure out of a tense interplay between sound and silence, the collection covers a surprising variety of material, including the dense, cacophonous spazz jazz of Shining, and their cover of King Crimson's "21st Century Schizoid Man," to the MUSIC FOR AIRPORTS-style ambience of Arve Henriksen's "No Horizon." Consisting of 25 tracks across two CDs, MONEY WILL RUIN EVERYTHING is lavishly packaged as a deluxe fetish object with extensive liner notes, label histories, and Hiorthoy's beautiful artwork and photography.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 3, 2009

Style: Electronic

Number of Discs: 2

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Rune Grammofon

UPC: 7033662020720

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Money Will Ruin Everything: The Second Edition

Performers Various Artists

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 3, 2009

Style: Electronic

Number of Discs: 2

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Rune Grammofon

UPC: 7033662020720


Title Track Time
0.DISC 1: --
1.Mono Hum - Humcrush (live) --
2.Cloudpanic - Skyphone --
3.Will Goes Hunting - Huntsville --
4.Hys - Scorch Trio --
5.Conditions For A Piece Of Music II - N-Ensemble/Ultralyd (live) --
6.Stuck 26 - Luigi Archetti/Bo Wiget --
7.Leaves And Smoke - Opsvik & Jennings --
8.Atlantic, The - Phonophani --
9.Tukpa - DJ Food/Food/Nils Petter Molv‘r --
10.Dream For Ted Greene, A - Deathprod --
11.Goodbye - Susanna --
12.Ashes To Ashes - In the Country --
0.DISC 2: --
1.When I Am Laid - Susanna & the Magical Orchestra --
2.No Horizon - Arve Henriksen --
3.Passacaglia - Nils Okland --
4.Neil - Eivind Opsvik --
5.21st Century Schizoid Man - The Shining (live) --
6.Eva's Horse Dance - Jono El Grande --
7.Christ - The Story of Modern Farming --
8.Die Ballade Vom Ertrunkenen Madchen - Maja Ratkje --
9.C - 6.1 - Supersilent --
10.Untitled 6 - Box --
11.Timberwork - Svalastog --
12.Picnic Avec - Alog/Spunk --
13.Daniel - Jessica --

Editorial Notes

Defined by the spacious free/electro-jazz of groups like Supersilent and Deathprod, and designer/musician Kim Hiorthoy's bold, minimalist album covers, Norwegian label Rune Grammofon has established a house-style as distinctive and instantly identifiable as storied imprints ECM and 4AD. Rune's second iteration of their label-spanning compilation, MONEY WILL RUIN EVERYTHING, is an exhaustive overview of a thematically tied yet diverse catalog, containing some of the most forward-thinking jazz and electronic music of the `00s. While most Rune artists share a love of teasing structure out of a tense interplay between sound and silence, the collection covers a surprising variety of material, including the dense, cacophonous spazz jazz of Shining, and their cover of King Crimson's "21st Century Schizoid Man," to the MUSIC FOR AIRPORTS-style ambience of Arve Henriksen's "No Horizon." Consisting of 25 tracks across two CDs, MONEY WILL RUIN EVERYTHING is lavishly packaged as a deluxe fetish object with extensive liner notes, label histories, and Hiorthoy's beautiful artwork and photography.