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Repetition Repetition - Repetition Repetition album flac Performer: Repetition Repetition
Title: Repetition Repetition
Style: Ambient
Released: 1985
MP3 album: 1502 mb
FLAC album: 1149 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: APE AIFF MPC MMF AU MP3 VQF
Genre: Electronic

It was recorded in January 1996 at John and Stu's Place in Seattle, Washington and produced by Steve Fisk and John Goodmanson. Repetition was recorded in January 1996 at John and Stu's Place in Seattle, Washington and produced by Steve Fisk and John Goodmanson.

Definition, Usage and a list of Repetition Examples in common speech and literature. Repetition is a literary device that repeats the same words or phrases a few times to make an idea clearer. The following examples of repetition are classified according to the different types of repetition used, both in literature and in daily conversations. Anadiplosis: Repetition of the last word in a line or clause. Anaphora: Repetition of words at the start of clauses or verses. Antistasis: Repetition of words or phrases in opposite sense. Diacope: Repetition of words broken by some other words. Epanalepsis: Repetition of the same words at the beginning and the end of a sentence. Epimone: Repetition of a phrase (usually a question) to stress a point

The stylistic device of repetition aims at logical emphasis, an emphasis necessary to fix the attention of the reader on the key-word of the utterance. For example: "For that was it! Ignorant of the long and stealthy march of passion, and of the state to which it had reduced Fleur; ignorant of how Soames had watched her, ignorant of Fleur's reckless desperation, ignorant of all this, everybody felt aggrieved. Repetition is classified according to compositional patterns

When used a SD, repetition acquires different functions. It does not aim at making a direct emotional impact. On the contrary, stylistic repetition aims at logical emphasis which is necessary to fix the attention of the reader on the key-word of the utterance. For that was it! Ignorant of the long stealthy march of passion, and of the state to which it had reduced Fleur; ignorant of how Soames had watched her, ignorant of Fleur’s reckless desperatio. ignorant of all this, everybody felt aggrieved.

Johnny is a man and he's bigger than you But his overheads are high And he looks straight through you When you ask him how the kids are He'll get home around seven Cause the Chevy’s real old And he could have had a Cadillac If the school had taught him right. And he could have married Anne with the blue silk blouse He could have married Anne with the blue silk blouse.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Catherine
A2 Rainy Day
Electronics [Treatments] – Harold Budd
A3 Software I
B1 Apartment Life
B2 Software II
B3 Guitar With Distant Piano
Electronics [Treatments] – Harold Budd
B4 Fit For Consequences
Electronics [Treatments] – Harold Budd
B5 Thought Crime

Credits

  • Executive-Producer – Al Ramos, Joe Nagy
  • Guitar – Steve Caton
  • Keyboards – Ruben Garcia