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World Without Rules
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World Without Rules takes takes on the new era of trans-global, polyrhythmic, multi-sampled pop music. Paul Haslinger burns the style barriers with an eclectic masterpiece fused from elements of rock, techno, electronic, experimental and ethno-ambient music. RGB recording artist Paul Haslinger began his music studies in 1982 at the Academy of Music in Vienna, Austria. By 1985, he was playing live gigs as support act for Tina Turner and doing session work with a number of Austrian groups. Haslinger joined Tangerine Dream for their 1986 studio album Underwater Sunlight and subsequent world tour. He continued with the group on Tyger (1987) and the Grammy-nominated Canyon Dreams (1988), along with a number of soundtrack recordings, including Shy People and Miracle Mile. Following several additional soundtracks and studio albums, Haslinger left T-Dream in 1990, soon after receiving his Masters degree in Musicology at the University of Vienna.
In 1991, Haslinger relocated to Los Angeles. He began collaborations with fellow ex-TD member Peter Baumann and with the French electronic ensemble LIGHTWAVE. The group's debut album on Fathom Records, Tycho Brahe, came out in 1993, the same year Haslinger created the Assembly Room studios.
Haslinger's first solo album "Future Primitive" was released to critical acclaim in 1994 on Wildcat/MCA. Active in the burgeoning Los Angeles interactive multimedia scene, he was named music director for SIGGRAPH 95. He also produced and collaborated with Lightwave on "Mundus Subterraneus" (Fathom, 1995).