µ-Ziq ‎– Urmur Bile Trax Volume 1 Volume 2

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Planet Mu ‎– PLUD3, Hut Recordings ‎– 0170 4 661852 6
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CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

Volume 1
1 Urmur Bile 9:07
2 Let Let 7:10
3 M5 Saabtone 10:09
4 Fine Tuning 6:12
Volume 2
5 The Hydrozone 6:18
6 1 Hip 007* 12:53
7 Hornet 8:40
8 The Phonic Socks 7:07

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Credits

Notes

"Urmur Bile" contains samples from "Oily Man Feel" by Rub Ultra. "Let Let" incorporates a sample from "Virgin Beauty" by Ornette Coleman.

The title on the spine is incorrectly spelt "Urmer Bile Trax".

All compositions published by Chrysalis Music Ltd, except, "Let Let", published by Chrysalis Music Ltd/Harmelodic Inc.
The copyright in this recording is owned by Virgin Records Ltd.
℗ 1997 Virgin Records Ltd. © 1997 Virgin Records Ltd.
Marketed by Hut Records. Distributed by Vital.

Made in the UK. Printed in the UK.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 17046 61852 6
  • Barcode (String): 017046618526
  • Label Code: LC 3098
  • Other (Distribution Code): PM515
  • Matrix / Runout: 466185 2 .1 :1:1 EMI SWINDON
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L042
  • Mould SID Code: iƒpi 1441

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ASW 6185 µ-Ziq Urmur Bile Trax Volume 1 Volume 2(CD, Comp) Astralwerks ASW 6185 US 1997 Sell This Version
PLUD3, 0170 4 661852 6 µ-Ziq Urmur Bile Trax Volume 1 Volume 2(CD, Comp) Planet Mu, Hut Recordings PLUD3, 0170 4 661852 6 Europe 1997 Sell This Version

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December 30, 2013
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Just got this after recently re-discovering and buying up u-Ziq previous releases that I some how managed to miss - inc this excellent EP. A release, which was probably ahead of its time when originally released back in 97, and strangely very underrated considering there's not a single weak track or filler here. Just a great combination in modern braindance electronic music with a clever experimental intelligent mish-mash across Idm, drum and drill n bass, abstract-ambient, and plenty of U-Ziq style of knob twiddling tech wizardry, with even the occasional use of jazz. A fusion of genres that wonderfully work together when and where used. U-Ziq again brings his excellent synth and drum programming skills with that unique ability to bring harmony even to the hardest of sounds, while also adding a cool and sophisticated combination of fun and intelligence to the ears with many interesting twists and moods to each track, and with good effect too! This certainly is not the usual repetitive metallic hard-edged sound usually associated with the Idm-drum/drill n' bass genre. This is a much more matured fun experimental listen with some excellent twist & turns in its razor edged, yet thoughtful, sound! A great forward thinking release back in 97, and even today(2014) it still manages to impress sounding very modern, experimental, andcleaver even when compared to experimental Idm braindance music of today(2014)...A release well worth picking up esp if into the more interesting experimental side of Idm, drill/drum bass electronica. 5/5