Alaska & Paradox ‎– Isolationist LP

Paradox Music ‎– PMLPCD01
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1 Zion 7:04
2 Vigilante 8:40
3 Heart Of Space 7:51
4 Jerico 6:49
5 Abysm 9:43
6 Mauja 7:26
7 Odium 6:08
8 Kilaun Drift 8:48
9 Etherous
Vocals [Performed By] – K. Yamashita*
10 Sample Me #15 1:30

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Shouts go out to the Promotors making sure the breaks
continue to exist within the scene with the Live Paradox
shows and to all the Alaska & Paradox fans around the globe.

P+C Paradox Music 2009.

Dedicated to Girish Kanaiyalal Pandya.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PMLPCD01 Alaska & Paradox Isolationist LP(10xFile, MP3, 320) Paradox Music PMLPCD01 UK 2009
PMLP01 Alaska & Paradox Isolationist LP(3x12", Album, Cle) Paradox Music PMLP01 UK 2009 Sell This Version
PMLP 01 Alaska & Paradox Isolationist LP(3x12", Album, TP) Paradox Music PMLP 01 UK 2009 Sell This Version


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October 31, 2017
I agree with Bell_03.
The production quality is at the highest level and the breaks... I mean it's Paradox... so the breaks are amazing. But what really took this album to a whole other level for me is the cohesiveness of the album as a whole and the feel of the album that is carried out across the tracks. Everybody expects breaks of the highest order and they are there, absolutely, but it's everything else about this album that really made me stop and take note. It proves, once again, that a primarily break-driven artist can have an album that is layered and complex while still nailing all the normal expectations. Can't recommend this enough (Bandcamp if you really wanna support the artist just fyi) I got both the Isolationist LP and the Ramifications LP for pretty cheap brand new. Paradox for President... Seriously, I'm from the States... We'll take just about anybody at this point.. ;)


May 10, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

The highest quality possible of breaks in it's true sense, or maybe it's just a case of personal taste, but if you like glorious breakbeats as they used to be... then the “Isolationist LP” is something for you! And the fact that it was released in 2009 is a testament to the eternal power of breaks and in all aspects to the mighty Paradox!


April 16, 2010
Mauja samples Vangelis - Abraham's Theme from the Chariots of Fire soundtrack.