Amon Tobin ‎– Out From Out Where

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Ninja Tune ‎– ZEN CD70
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1 Back From Space 4:52
2 Verbal
Featuring – MC Decimal R.
3:55
3 Chronic Tronic 6:07
4 Searchers 5:45
5 Hey Blondie 4:31
6 Rosies 5:22
7 Cosmo Retro Intro Outro 4:07
8 Triple Science 4:58
9 El Wraith 5:59
10 Proper Hoodidge 5:25
11 Mighty Micro People 5:48
Video Verbal
Featuring – MC Decimal R.Film Director [Video Directed By] – Alexander Rutterford
3:26

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Credits

  • Design [Amon Logotype Modified From 'Bronx Modern' Originally Designed By]She-T
  • Design [Gundamon Built By]Openmind
  • Written-By, ProducerAmon Tobin

Notes

Published by Just Isn't Music 2002.
Made in England.

Packaging: Transparent tray jewel case with a 4-page booklet inside a cardboard slip case.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 5021392262123
  • Barcode (Printed): 5 021392 262123
  • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS ZENCD70 02 6 MADE IN THE UK BY UNIVERSAL M&L
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 04H6

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ZZ-02GP0000340 Amon Tobin Out From Out Where(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Amon Tobin) ZZ-02GP0000340 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
ZENCD 70 Amon Tobin Out From Out Where(CD, Album, Promo) Ninja Tune ZENCD 70 UK 2002 Sell This Version
ZEN CD70 Amon Tobin Out From Out Where(CD, Album) Ninja Tune ZEN CD70 Canada 2002 Sell This Version
none Amon Tobin Out From Out Where(CD, Album, Promo) Ninja Tune none UK 2002 Sell This Version
ZEN70 Amon Tobin Out From Out Where(2xLP, Album, RP) Ninja Tune ZEN70 Europe 2011 Sell This Version

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LEE-SUN_Records

LEE-SUN_Records

March 27, 2017
I'm looking for the vinyl cover only, UK appreciated but any offer is welcome, contact me
kedrilfr

kedrilfr

February 28, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
I'd really like to know where Amon found his inspiration (and his samples) for the 4th track of this great release. I had a big surprise when I compare this track with the 6th track "Up And Away" from the Wibutee's album "Eight Domestic Challenges" released by Jazzland Rec. in Norway. You have the same melody in the background ! Maybe inspired from an old movie music... Anyway "Out From Out Where" was released in 2002, Wibutee's in 2001, and I pretty love theses two different releases.
UnderCode

UnderCode

October 11, 2003

This is a solidification of Tobin's great work. After "Premutation" looks like he wanted to make things diferent and he started to make a kind of sound completely new. "Bricolage" and "Premutation" are very still like the "Adventures In Foam" that got too much sampled breaks from jazz tunes and movies samples. He already said that he loves to grab a old tune, sample it to the bone and make a completly diferent song form it. On "Supermodified" he uses samples from the most unexpected things and put them into a musical context. On "Out From Out Where" he pushes the limits of his imagiantion and the result is a album that fits perfectly as a movie soundtrack. Listening to this album is like a trip to somewere...
IoaPetraka

IoaPetraka

April 14, 2003

I was not terribly impressed with this set. It seems to lack some of the energy and inventiveness the prior ablums displayed. I could always expect to be uplifted when I put in a Tobin CD, but with this one, while my toe taps a few times here and there, it usually just goes right through my ears and back out again.

Perhaps it will grow on me, these things some times to happen.
twisted

twisted

December 1, 2002

Amon Tobin's sound has really changed for this album. Whereas his previous records had this cinematic warmth to them, this one seems to be a bit flat. A few tracks still have that old feeling, such as "Mighty Micro People".
water

water

October 7, 2002

I only knew Amon Tobin from his last CD, Supermodified. That CD strangely enough never really appealed to me. It had some very good songs on it, like '4 ton mantis', but the CD on the whole was rather incomprehensible and inaccesible. With this record, all that changed. What remained, were incredible heavy beats, intense 'soundscapes' (man, i hate that word) and music that keeps you stunned for minutes after the CD has ended. Amon Tobin has made his music accesible for 'the man in the street' (supposedly like me...) but has even so created a CD that is so intense you will be stunned for sure...