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Performer: Tyko
Genre: Rock
Album: Further Transmissions From The Biosphere
Released: 2003
Style: Shoegaze, Dream Pop
MP3 version ZIP size: 1905 mb
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Rating: 4.8
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A1 Summertime Comeback 3:49
A2 Kids In The Biosphere 4:06
A3 Telstar 5:47
A4 Elastic Brain 3:04
A5 Saturn 5 4:01
A6 Planet One 3:59
A7 Floating 3:45
A8 Central Image 8:51
B9 Environmental Forgery #1 1:00
B10 Light Cycle 1:46
B11 My Front Lawn Is A Landing Strip 4:35
B12 Pills For A Dream 1:49
B13 Portrait In Letters 3:13
B14 Juniper 3:15
B15 Communication Laser #17 2:36
B16 Galactic Thing 2:53
B17 Weekends Go So Fast 2:23
B18 We Still Sigh 4:23
B19 Northern Sky 3:04
B20 Environmental Forgery #2 4:12

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  • Recorded At – The Biosphere, Fayetteville, AR
  • Recorded At – Digital Love Machine Studios


  • Drums – Alex Daniels
  • Guitar [Space], Synthesizer [Roland JP 8000] – Matt Kesner
  • Vocals, Bass, Acoustic Guitar – Beverly Blann
  • Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer [Moog] – Kevin Blagg


Tracks 1 to 8 originally released on the Tyko - Transmissions From The Biosphere CD (TYKO3388).
Tracks 9 to 20 previously unreleased.

All songs recorded at Digital Love Machines Studio and The Biosphere, Fayetteville, AR 2002-2003.

Continuous track-numbering on release.
Well if you don't mind cassettes (and there's no reason you should) then you might want to check out Further Transmissions From The Biosphere. Released on the excellent Italian cassette only label, Best Kept Secret, side A of this set includes all 8 songs from the original CD release, and side B consists of 12 unreleased tunes. Some of the unreleased tracks are a bit more on the lo-fi side, which is very much in keeping with Best Kept Secret releases. But it does show a more stripped down side of Tyko that may lack the fuller, enveloping feel of the original Biosphere album, but still demonstrates what solid songwriters Tyko are. There's also plenty of spaced out fun, and while I lost track of which song was which, there was one particularly alien UFO instrumental that jumped out at me, which is followed by a cool downbeat sci-fi rhythmic track. Overall there's lots of nice tunes here, some of which have real possibilities if fleshed out a bit more and with better sound. But having immersed myself in 3 Tyko releases for this review I enjoyed hearing this rawer edged side of the band.Jerry KranitzAural Innovations 2004