David Toop

David Toop

Also you may know as D. Toop, D.T., Dave, Dave Toop, Toop
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Discography of David Toop:


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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download mp3 album Release date Label fo release
1 David Toop - Buried Dreams Buried Dreams 10 1994-00-00 Beyond
2 David Toop - Museum Of Fruit Museum Of Fruit 8 1999-04-20 Caipirinha Productions
3 David Toop - 37th Floor At Sunset - Music For Mondophrenetic™ 37th Floor At Sunset - Music For Mondophrenetic™ 13 2000 Sub Rosa
4 David Toop - New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments 7 1975 Obscure (2)
5 David Toop - Pink Noir Pink Noir 10 1996 Virgin
6 David Toop - L'inachevé / Unfinished L'inachevé / Unfinished 6 1995 Sub Rosa
7 David Toop - Black Chamber Black Chamber 13 2003 Sub Rosa
8 David Toop - A Picturesque View, Ignored A Picturesque View, Ignored 5 2002 Room40
9 David Toop - Screen Ceremonies Screen Ceremonies 9 1995 The Wire Editions
10 David Toop - Hot Pants Idol Hot Pants Idol 14 1999 Barooni
11 David Toop - Needle In The Groove Needle In The Groove 14 2000-05-08 Sulphur Records
12 David Toop - Doll Creature Doll Creature 15 2004 BiP_HOp
13 David Toop - Spirit World Spirit World 9 1997 Virgin
14 David Toop - Imitation Of Life / Double Indemnity Imitation Of Life / Double Indemnity 7 2001 Atavistic
15 David Toop - Sound Body Sound Body 5 2007-02-17 Samadhisound
16 David Toop - Deadly Weapons Deadly Weapons 11 1991
17 David Toop - Whirled Music Whirled Music 10 1980 Quartz Publications
18 David Toop - Circadian Rhythm Circadian Rhythm 3 1980 Incus Records
19 David Toop - New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments 7
20 David Toop - Wunderkammern Wunderkammern 6 2010 Another Timbre
21 David Toop - Burwell/Toop Burwell/Toop 2 1977 Quartz-Mirliton Cassettes
22 David Toop - New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments 7 1978 Obscure (2)
23 David Toop - Deadly Weapons Deadly Weapons 11 1991 Nato
24 David Toop - New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments 7 1978
25 David Toop - New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments 7 Polydor
26 David Toop - Mondo Black Chamber Mondo Black Chamber 29 2014 Sub Rosa
27 David Toop - New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments New And Rediscovered Musical Instruments 7 1976 Obscure (2)
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About David Toop

David Toop (born 5th May 1949, Enfield, London, England) is a musician, writer and sound curator. He has published three books, currently translated into six languages: Rap Attack (now in its third edition), Ocean of Sound, and Exotica (selected as a winner of the 21st annual American Books Awards for 2000). His first album, New and Rediscovered Musical Instruments, was released on Brian Eno's Obscure label in 1975; since 1995 he has released six solo albums - Screen Ceremonies, Pink Noir, Spirit World, Museum of Fruit, Hot Pants Idol and 37th Floor At Sunset: Music For Mondophrenetic - and curated five acclaimed CD compilations for Virgin Records - Ocean of Sound, Crooning On Venus, Sugar & Poison, Booming On Pluto and Guitars On Mars. In 1998 he composed the soundtrack for Acqua Matrix, the outdoor spectacular that closed every night of Lisbon Expo '98 from May until September. He has recorded shamanistic ceremonies in Amazonas, appeared on Top Of The Pops with The Flying Lizards, worked with musicians including Brian Eno, John Zorn, Prince Far I, Jon Hassell, Derek Bailey, Talvin Singh, Evan Parker, Max Eastley, Scanner, Ivor Cutler, Haruomi Hosono, Jin Hi Kim and Bill Laswell, and collaborated with artists from many other disciplines, including theatre director/actor Steven Berkoff, Japanese Butoh dancer Mitsutaka Ishii, sound poet Bob Cobbing visual artist John Latham, filmmaker Jae-eun Choi and author Jeff Noon. As a critic and columnist he has written for many publications, including The Wire, The Face, The Times, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Arena, Vogue, Spin, GQ, Bookforum, Urb, Black Book, The New York Times and The Village Voice. He has curated Sonic Boom, the UK's largest ever exhibition of sound art, displayed at the Hayward Gallery, London, from April to June, 2000. In 2001-02 he was sound curator for Radical Fashion, an exhibition of work by designers including Issey Miyake, Junya Watanabe, Martin Margiela and Hussein Chalayan, held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2001-2002 and featuring music by Björk, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Akira Rabelais, Paul Schütze and others.

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