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Bad Sector - CMASA

Bad Sector - CMASA

Performer: Bad Sector
Album Title: CMASA
Label: Power & Steel ‎– PAS 23, Power & Steel ‎– PAS23
Type: CD, Album, Remastered
Country: Germany
Date of released: Jun 2009
Category: Electronic
Style: Experimental, Ambient
Rating: 3.6
Votes: 496

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1 Entrance 2:00
2 CMASA 1/3 12:00
3 CMASA 2/3 12:00
4 CMASA 3/3 12:00
5 Exit 2:00

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Van de Steeg
  • Licensed From – AGI, USA


  • Photography By [Cover] – Francesco Caracciolo
  • Producer [Regenerated], Remastered By, Technician [Assembling], Liner Notes – Massimo Magrini


Comes as Digipak

First catalog# appears on the spine of the digipak, second one on the CD itself.

In spring 2005 I was invited by Luca Serasini to record some ambient tracks for the M3M art exhibition in Pisa. Usually I am a bit skeptical about "arty" things but, after I saw the interesting concept of the exhibition I decided to accept. The theme of the exhibition was mainly focused the river's end, with its unique role in the local urbanistic and social context. It is a unique place where an airplane factory (CMASA, now dismissed) was standing in the point where the river meets the sea, in front of a set of wooden structures holding fishing nets. The marvelous seaside scenery mixed with vintage industrial locations, together with a bit of nostalgia, created an unexpected but amazing mood. I was asked to use acoustic and natural sounds too, so I used treated piano and acoustic guitar sounds (quite strange flavors for me), together with water and metal samples.
With these sounds, obviously integrated with sounds made using current software technology I
created a set of audio fragments used in the various exhibition installations and videos.

Between 2007 and 2009 I regenerated and remastered these fragments, assembling them in this (quite) unusual Bad Sector release.

Massimo Magrini, April 2009.

M3M (Marina Terzo Millennio) took place in Marina di Pisa in June 2005.

Thanks to Luca Serasini (www.lucaserasini.it)

DIGIPAK® Manufactured by Van de Steeg, Holland, under license from AGI, USA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 03204AA5

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Bad Sector CMASA ‎(2xFile, MP3, 192) Not On Label (Bad Sector Self-released) none Italy 2007


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