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    • Tim Hecker – Music For Tundra (Part 1)
    • Tim Hecker – Music For Tundra (Part 2)
    • Tim Hecker – Music For Tundra (Part 3)
    • Tim Hecker – Arctic Lover's Rock (Part 1)
    • Tim Hecker – Arctic Lover's Rock (Part 2)
    • Tim Hecker – The Work Of Art In The Age Of Cultural Overproduction
    • Tim Hecker – October (Part 1)
    • Tim Hecker – October (Part 2)
    • Tim Hecker – Ghost Writing (Part 1)
    • Tim Hecker – Ghost Writing (Part 2)
    • 1. Music For Tundra (Part 1)
    • 2. Music For Tundra (Part 2)
    • 3. Music For Tundra (Part 3)
    • 4. Arctic Lover's Rock (Part 1)
    • 5. Arctic Lover's Rock (Part 2)
    • 6. The Work Of Art In The Age Of Cultural Overproduction
    • 7. October (Part 1)
    • 8. October (Part 2)
    • 9. Ghost Writing (Part 1)
    • 10. Ghost Writing (Part 2)
    • 11. City In Flames (In 3 Parts) (Part 1)
    • 12. City In Flames (In 3 Parts) (Part 2)
    • 13. City In Flames (In 3 Parts) (Part 3)
    • 14. Borderlines (Part 1)
    • 15. Borderlines (Part 2)
    • 16. Boreal Kiss (Part 1)
    • 17. Boreal Kiss (Part 2)
    • 18. Boreal Kiss (Part 3)
    • 19. Night Flight To Your Heart (Part 1)
    • 20. Night Flight To Your Heart (Part 2)

    Haunt Me, Haunt Me Do It Again is the debut studio by Canadian electronic musician Tim Hecker, released on November 20, 2001, on Substractif, a sub-label of Alien8 Recordings.[5] The album mixes the digital signal processing of glitch with post-rock structures and melodies. The sounds used for this album, as well as most of Tim Hecker’s other works, originate from a guitar, piano, and laptop.

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