Fanon Flowers ‎– Trackmodes

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Exalt Recordings ‎– EXALT 03
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A1 Mode 05
A2 Mode 22
B1 Mode 08
B2 Mode 16

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
A.R.T.LESS 2188 Fanon Flowers Trackmodes EP(12", EP, RE) a.r.t.less A.R.T.LESS 2188 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
EXALT 03 Fanon Flowers Trackmodes(12", W/Lbl) Exalt Recordings EXALT 03 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
A.R.T.LESS 2188 Fanon Flowers Trackmodes EP(12", EP, Ltd, RE, gre) a.r.t.less A.R.T.LESS 2188 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
A.R.T.LESS 2188 Fanon Flowers Trackmodes EP(12", EP, Ltd, RE) a.r.t.less A.R.T.LESS 2188 Germany 2014 Sell This Version

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LoveBass

LoveBass

October 21, 2014
reissue coming. Direct from Fanon Flowers himself.
heidegger

heidegger

February 5, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

Absolutely essential hard, minimal, detroit-style techno. One of the finest examples of the mid-late 90's minimal sound. Aggressive, spare, funky...much like Robert Hood's seminal masterpiece, Minimal Nation LP. Unlike much of the mindless, meathead bangers of hard techno, this single is tastefully understated. Taking cues from early g-man (and perhaps less directly from Basic Channel) this record doesn't oversaturate with a barrage of hard beats...it holds back and leaves the listener hypnotized and wanting more. This is hard techno that works. It jacks; it throbs; it fills the dance floor. It's smarter than the rest, and it isn't afraid to show its detroit roots. It's everything that the idiom of hard techno should be and rarely was able to achieve. This record is the undelivered promise of the hard, detroit sound and one of the best examples of the Robert Hood/Jeff Mills legacy.