|Studio album by|
|Recorded||Summer 1986– Spring 1987|
|Studio||Bughouse and Dys Studios|
(Loveland and Fort Collins, CO)
|Genre||Experimental music, electroacoustic music, musique concrète|
|Producer||Tom Katsimpalis, Mark Piersel, Steve Scholbe, William Sharp, Jim Steinborn, Gordon H. Whitlow, Larry Wilson, Randy Yeates|
Tinct is the eighth studio album by the American experimental electronic music ensemble Biota, released in 1988 by Recommended Records.
All music is composed by Tom Katsimpalis, Mark Piersel, Steve Scholbe, William Sharp, Jim Steinborn, Gordon H. Whitlow, Larry Wilson, and Randy Yeates.
Adapted from the Tinct liner notes.
|United States||1988||Recommended||LP||RR C31|
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