Volume One

by Perhaps

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SabbathJeff 5.27.14 Philly w/ AMT! DUDES! THANK YOU! You guys blew my mind. I await a CD release and start with your tape cassette. Thank you for coming into my life, your sound is quite unique and I'm going to continue checking your stuff out from here on out. Peace, brothers.

I think I lost out on this. Bummer! Must be quicker next time.

My full live review is on rateyourmusic.com/~SabbathJeff
Thanks for reading!
Hermann Albrecht
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Hermann Albrecht More like two tracks, actually - one a long yet tasty menu of all varieties, with an epic dessert to top it off. And there is a bit of Soft Machine in there, goes to show.
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smithist one of those albums that's just gorgeous to listen to and that makes you wanna get up and do something. an incredible experience
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Undergroundhero Perhaps are a genre bending/forward thinking band of utmost complexity. They could best be described as math rock, and are just as influenced by prog, as they are by free form jazz.

Perhaps first album, "Volume 1", has one continuous song on the entire album, clocking in at 37:48. They play very complex time signatures throughout the song, but then end it with an orchestra. So, you think you have heard it all? Try this album out, and see why you could be wrong. Recommended!

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JLAbad A masterpiece of a free, experimental prog music. Under influence of King Crimson, Yes, and free jazz this guys submerge you in a delicious and paranoiac sonorous adventure.
Craig S. W.
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Craig S. W. What can I say? It's one long song full of great music and different things.
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    Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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  • Cassette + Digital Album

    Kamikaze Tapes is proud to re-release the original pressing / first edition cassette of Perhaps Volume One. These tapes were manufactured in 2012 using the highest quality materials and sold exclusively by Perhaps as merchandise while touring the United States, Canada and Europe. They were long thought to be entirely sold out and out of print. However, a box containing 70 tapes was recently discovered hidden away in a closet, completely forgotten about. Kamikaze Tapes is very excited to make this limited edition release of the original Volume One cassette available. At this point in time, there are no plans to manufacture any further Perhaps tapes, so this may be the last opportunity to grab a copy of this great album. Dubbed in real time from the original masters onto high bias, cobalt type II tape and loaded into black c37 cassette shells for pristine and expansive sound quality. Pad printing on both sides was done with premium inks, j-card (album cover) was designed using thick card stock. All of these elements are combined together and housed in an elegant Norelco style semi-soft case.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Volume One via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    ships out within 3 days
    edition of 70 

      $10 USD or more 




released September 13, 2012

Jim Haney
Sean McDermott
Don Taylor
Tom Weeks
Bryan Murphy
Chris Baum
Anna Stromer
Kimberly Lonetree
Michael Thomas
Ben Talmi



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