Climax Golden Twins is a Seattle, WA based experimental collage outfit originally consisting of Rob Millis and Jeffery Taylor, then picking up Scott Colburn in 1996. The group’s earliest material was recorded in 1993 but wasn’t released until their 1996 album Imperial Household Orchestra.
Climax Golden Twins is an American Experimental rock band with more than twenty years of making experimental music and broadening the limits of the music-making world. The band was formed in 1993 to test the limits of the sonic landscapes they could come up with adding sounds taken from diverse sources like old 78s and field recordings. The band´s unique sound and approach can be an exciting challenge for those who are willing to step out of their comfort zone and face the unknown.
Climax Golden Twins: American experimental music band, formed in 1993 in Seattle, Washington by Robert Millis and Jeffery Taylor. Scott Colburn joined in 1996 and left in 2004. The group notably performed the soundtrack to the 2001 cult horror film Session 9. Other members have included Dave Abramson and John Vallier.
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Album · 1996 · 23 Songs. Simon Poole Climax (Remix). More By Climax Golden Twins. See All. Climax Golden Twins. Session 9 (Original Motion Picture Score).
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- Pressed By – United Record Pressing
- Design [Design Support] – Heidi Myer, Megan Kitagawa
- Drums [Occasional] – John Vallier
- Performer – Jeffery Taylor, Rob Millis*
- Photography By – Clare Cloutier
- Tape [Location Recordings] – Barbara Ierulli, Russell Johnson
NotesLimited edition of 300.
Packaged in black gatefold sleeve with silver embossed type, and one sided color photocopy insert.
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- Matrix / Runout (A runout): U-38653 M-A
- Matrix / Runout (B runout): U-38653 M-B
- Matrix / Runout (C runout): U-38653 M-C
- Matrix / Runout (D runout): U-38653 M-D