Woob – 1112 New Album – ‘Have Landed’ out now – CD Custom Cover options and Artifact available



In an amazing turn of events Woob has assimilated Max & Harvey and released the album ‘Have Landed’ aka Woob³ onto the world but don’t worry we cloned them first so you will still be able to buy the album at the Emporium if you prefer.

Have Landed encompasses some of the best recordings previously released under the Max & Harvey moniker along with a plethora of new material including a few surprises. With musical styles from the time periods of 1899, 1969, 1999 and 2099 in an H.G. Wells inspired time travel extravaganza. It’s the future that never happened – happening right now!

There is a whole host of different editions to check out at the Stores – here’s a summary:

Get lost in the late 19th century in a world created from the future in Technicolor. Create your own adventure with the ‘Custom Cover CD’ & deluxe sticker sheet or travel to a previous classified time and destination and battle giant sea creatures.

Alternatively peruse the Black & White 60’s elegant cinematic design aesthetics of the Monochrome Edition with hand crafted stencilled sleeve, poster and more (only 50 available.)

A release in its own right  Have Landed: ‘Complete Cinematic Works’ is delivered on a carved wooden artifact and contains not only the 24-bit masters but everything else related, including previously unreleased material and a special Vinyl captured collection: A one-off clear vinyl has been created especially for this collection. (Full contents listed on store page)

Finally for those who want it all and more the Ultimate Edition may hit 3 figures in its $ price tag but it comes with a replica of a real life rocket ship! but that’s just a bit of fun the main focus in this edition is the amount of merchandise you receive so much in fact it ships in two packages! Includes, unique hand drawn items, the Artifact, Monocrome CD Set + Signed and Sealed Edition Technicolor Edition and more. Only 4 Available (One Per Person)

Full details at Woob’s ‘Have landed’ Bandcamp page and if there’s something you were after and it’s sold out click on the Emporium to see if there are any left there.

 

Additional Info.

The Artifact is limited to 25, split between both stores and the Ultimate Edition. If it proves popular I may consider another 25 if enough people email me however this will come signed but not numbered.

All Products are pre-order but come with instant digital download + all pre-orders come with a bonus gift and bonus digital track. Shipping begins at some point in December but obviously if there is any delay I will ship in the new year if it gets too close to Xmas to post.

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Testing…

Amazing concept art spaceship by Pavel Mikhailenko VIA

UPDATE

Have had to go back to a customised version of the old theme because of the issue below and a few other things.

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This post is also a test as I am having a few issues with invisible Bandcamp embeds in this new blog format. So please let me know if you……

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Ponda Baba’s Bad Day

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Behind the Scenes – Max & Harvey – Space Therapy The Movie

The video above for Max & Harvey – Space Therapy may look like a still picture with a simple animated starfield backdrop but in fact like many special effects these days there is a lot more going on behind the scenes. For over six months the great people at Weta Digital helped by an additional sub team, with members from Industrial Light and Magic, worked tirelessly to bring to you what appears on first glance to be something so simple. Each Star (or Sun) represented in the video was carefully and individually animated and rendered for the ultimate in realism. Below you can see a rough animated mock up of just one of the Suns used to make up the starfield. [Read more…]

Mission Mars

Max and Harvey – Space Therapy [Woob Remixes]

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Five Season 9 Posts without #oob in the Title

1. Light Stage 5

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BBC’s James May sends pet ashes into space accompanied by Woob’s Wuub music

Above – James doing something similar but not what this post is about..

 

Last night the BBC’s James May (Top Gear) sent cat and budgie ashes into space as part of a featured segment in his new series of Man Lab. Just before the point of separation as the balloons drifted 30,111 meters above earth’s surface the serene tones of Woob’s Wuub played and something became abundantly clear… [Read more…]