Yesterday, one day ago (2018)

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The cover for the EP.
An extract of track three, Deluge '17, is an example of Strata remixing pre-existing samples, in the case of this song, it being Gilda from 1946[1].

Yesterday, one day ago is the first EP by German Neocities user Strata from 2018. The EP features samples of a number of audio tracks from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, Twin Peaks, and Synthetic Substitution, along with 10 other samples (13 in total) just to name a few. In all, the small album has 8 original music tracks in it[2], lasting just over 20 minutes.

The EP was published as a free download via Strata's website on 2018-04-07[3].

For the README file of the download, as called LinerNotes.txt, Strata writes that all of the tracks were created, mixed, and finished in Ableton Live 9, along with making a tank you section;

First, I'd like to thank you, dear listener, for listening to this heap
of shit. I'd also like OwlMan ...
	1) For giving the valuable feedback I did
	   not want to hear during the refinement of these tracks.
	2) For hosting the Opus files for web-based listening.

A whole year later on 2019-04-11, Strata published a fair well letter from the host[4], on the webpage, they link to a previously unseen track that they made, Running High '99, an "unfinished, and probably mixed poorly" that its title is a reference to the first opening track of Yesterday, one day ago, that being Running Low '98.


  1. Original wiki article about this subject
    1. Line 25 of LinerNotes.txt
    2. see LinerNotes.txt
    3. The official website for the album ( mirror)
    4. Strata leaves the host