Turing Machine - What Is The Meaning Of What album download
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|A2||Lazy Afternoon Of The Jaguar|
|A3||Slave To The Algorithm|
|B2||What Is The Meaning Of What|
|B3||If It's Gone (It's On)
Written-By – Brian Case
- Copyright (c) – Turing Machine
- Copyright (c) – Temporary Residence Limited
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Temporary Residence Limited
- Designed At – BUREAU™
- Art Direction [Art Direction Cover Photo] – Anicka Yi
- Design – Michael Vadino
- Executive-Producer – W. Andrew Raposo*
- Other [Model] – Khine Hline
- Performer [Turning Machine Is] – Justin Chearno*, Gerard Fuchs*, Scott DeSimon
- Performer [With] – Brian Case, Caito Sanchez, D.J. McNany*, Pat Mahoney*
- Photography By – Timothy Saccenti
- Producer, Mixed By, Engineer [Additional] – Abe Seiferth
- Recorded By – Dennis McNany
- Written-By – Turing Machine
NotesLimited edition of 100 copies on pink swirl vinyl.
(p) + (c) 2012
Comes with download code insert.
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- Barcode (Text): 6 56605 32041 0
- Barcode (Scanned): 656605320410
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- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): TRR-204-B-1 YBW120103
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Turing Machine’s new album shows us that we have much to learn from the machines in the ways of love. But we built the tools, and their sounds only confirm our subconscious fantasies. Turing Machine occupies a strange space just this side of hypnotic. It’s too engaging to tune out and too evasive, slippery, and mysterious to read into. This is music for smart people to dance like idiots, and for stupid people to expand their minds and get inspired. The record coming so long after their first is due in part to the tragic death of drummer (and DFA wünderkid) Jerry Fuchs.
New York City-based dance rockers Turing Machine are set to release their first studio album in eight years, What Is the Meaning of What. The group started the recording in 2008, but put things on hold when drummer Jerry Fuchs died suddenly and tragically after falling down an elevator shaft in 2009.
C 2012 Turing Machine C + P 2012 Temporary Residence Ltd. Comes with download code insert. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side A): TRR-204-A-1 BW120103. Matrix, Runout (Runout Side B): TRR-204-B-1 BW120103. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All.
A Turing Machine is a machine that has a finite number of internal states. This minimum number of states is 1 (HALT) there is no maximum (as long it is finite). This machine reads input from a tape and writes any output to the same tape. The turing machine is a abstract way to think about the process of computation. Alan Turing described it in 1936, in terms of calculations being done by a person (the ‘computer’) using pen and paper, it was in no way a futuristic vision of the digital age! Imagine a calculation on a paper tape grid, say.
New York dance rock unit Turing Machine have called the end to an eight-year dry spell by announcing their next album, What Is the Meaning of What. It's their first record since 2004's Zwei, and it comes out May 8 on Temporary Residence Ltd. According to a press release, recording sessions for What Is the Meaning of What began in 2008, but the project was put on hold after the tragic passing of drummer Jerry Fuchs, who fell down an elevator shaft in 2009
Artist: Turing Machine. Album: What Is The Meaning Of What. Turing Machine: best 2 tracks. Turing Machine - Don't Mind if I Don't Zwei, 2004 04:21. Turing Machine - Whodu Wudu Zwei, 2004 02:29.
In computer science, a universal Turing machine (UTM) is a Turing machine that can simulate an arbitrary Turing machine on arbitrary input. The universal machine essentially achieves this by reading both the description of the machine to be simulated as well as the input thereof from its own tape. Alan Turing introduced the idea of such a machine in 1936–1937.