Accelera Deck ‎– Narcotic Beats

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Endorphin Records ‎– END001, Endorphin Records ‎– ENDORCD001, Endorphin Records ‎– ENDOR001
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1 Sketch Set 2:47
2 Film The Drums 4:58
3 The Shimmer And The Static
Loops [Loops And Treatments] – S. Cannon*
5:28
4 Crystallized 5:31
5 This Bliss 3:18
6 Traces Of Everything 4:21
7 Guided 4:40
8 Drifting Out 5:55
9 Greentone
Guitar [Additional] – D. Jett
4:40
10 Silver Sensed 10:13
11 Innerstare 8:33

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Written and produced at Scarcelight, 7/97 - 12/97.
Mastered and cut at Abbey Rd.
Multiple catalog numbers denote the various ways it is listed on cover and spine.

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  • Barcode: 5024545066524

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ENDOR 001 LP Acceleradeck* Narcoticbeats(2xLP, Album, Min) Endorphin Records ENDOR 001 LP UK 1998 Sell This Version
ENDOR 001 LP Acceleradeck* Narcoticbeats(2xLP, Album, TP) Endorphin Records ENDOR 001 LP UK 1998 Sell This Version
ENDOR 001 LP Acceleradeck* Narcoticbeats(2xLP, Album) Endorphin Records ENDOR 001 LP UK 1998 Sell This Version
none Accelera Deck Narcotic Beats(12xFile, MP3, Album, RE, RM, 320) Scarcelight Recordings, Lathelight Ltd none US 2011

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skritchy

skritchy

January 26, 2006
edited over 14 years ago
Narcotic Beats could be described treated-guitar ambiance à la Seefeel layered over stuttering µ-Ziq-style breakbeats. Unlike Paradinas' work however, the percussion here is generally back in the mix, often covered in a layer of static hiss. Nothing remarkably ground-breaking here, but well-executed nonetheless. Another touchstone for this record might be Chessie's 'Signal Series' record.

April 30, 2001
edited over 19 years ago
I only know Greentone, from the Hamlet soundtrack. The song's front is mostly noise, but there's a warm melody to it, and a trip-hopish beat is thrown in the background. The song seems transcedental. No idea how the rest of the CD is...