No Special Date Nor A Deity To Venerate

by Scrambled Eggs

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BM | مرقس One of the early examples and essential releases of the experimental scene in Lebanon, Scrambled Eggs’ second album takes the listener in their own dark world of psychedelia, noise and ambience. Favorite track: We Should Share More Than Circumstance.
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released March 28, 2004

Charbel Haber - vocals, guitar
Marc Codsi - guitar
Tony Elieh - bass
Said Elieh - drums

All songs by Scrambled Eggs, except 1 and 6 by Scrambled Eggs & The Kitano Home Ensemble.
Recorded and mixed February 26-28, 2004, by Raymond Khalifeh and Scrambled Eggs.

Paintings by Joe Kesrouani. Drawings by Maria Kassab.
Design by Yara Raffoul and Maria Bahous.

Originally produced and released by La CD-Thèque Productions.
Distributed by Ruptured.

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Ruptured Records Beirut, Lebanon

Lebanese indie label Ruptured was founded in 2008 by music and radio producer Ziad Nawfal and sound engineer and producer Fadi Tabbal from Tunefork Studios, as an outlet for their activities as music producers and promoters in Beirut.
Ruptured aims to release material by Lebanese and international artists, with a strong focus on alternative rock, electronic and experimental music.
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