Bass Communion II

Bass Communion II is the second studio album released in 1999 by British musician, songwriter, and producer Steven Wilson under the pseudonym Bass Communion. The first edition was a double album with a second disc containing a track of sampled material provided by Robert Fripp and a remix by The Square Root of Sub.[2] The 2002 reissue of the album excludes the remix by The Square Root of Sub and moves the Fripp-based track to the first disc, taking the album to a single CD.[3] The album was later released on vinyl in December 2007 by Tonefloat Records and includes exclusive bonus material on Side D.[4] In November 2008, the album was re-issued together with III in a 2CD edition limited to 1,200 copies.[2]

1999 studio album by Bass Communion
Studio album by

Released July 1999
Recorded 1998 at No-Man’s Land, Hemel Hempstead
Genre Ambient, drone
Length 59:23 (CD 1)
23:23 (CD 2)
1:22:46 (Total)
1:11:34 (Re-issue)
1:41:39 (Vinyl)
Label Hidden Art
Producer Steven Wilson
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All tracks are written by Steven Wilson, except where indicated..

Disc 1
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “Advert”   0:56
2. “16 Second Swarm”   10:58
3. “Grammatic Oil”   10:11
4. “Drugged 3”   17:00
5. “Dwarf Artillery”   7:14
6. “Wide Open Killingfeld” Steven Wilson/Theo Travis 13:01
Disc 2
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. “A Grapefruit in the World of Park” (Based on Robert Fripp soundscape)   12:10
2. “Snakebird” (The Square Root of Sub Remix) Steven Wilson/Mark Poysden 11:12

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