Animals On Wheels ‎– Nuvol I Cadira

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Tracklist

1 Never In And Never Out 3:45
2 Modular Existence 4:10
3 To A Void You Is All Now 4:40
4 Dial Up Infinity 4:35
5 Them To BC 4:10
6 Just Saying 4:25
7 A Plus Tard 5:39
8 The Elastic Snapped 4:43
9 Build A Church With Your Fear 6:41
10 How It Destructs 4:32
11 The Difference Between Good Erics 5:20

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Music created by Andrew Coleman in 98/99.
Mastering styles by Jon Voda@backspace.org
Package design brought to you by Nervous Bird
© ℗ 1999 Ntone / Ninja Tune.
Made in England.

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  • Barcode: 5 021392 203126
  • Matrix / Runout: IMPRESS NTONECD36/B 01 5

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ntone cd36 Animals On Wheels Nuvol I Cadira(CD, Album) Ntone ntone cd36 Canada 1999 Sell This Version
NTONE 36 Animals On Wheels Nuvol I Cadira(2xLP, Album) Ntone NTONE 36 UK 1999 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

January 31, 2012

When Animals on Wheels' second album, NUVOL I CADIRA starts, you might wonder, 'Where's the drill 'n' bass of their first?' In short: it's gone, for the most part (fast forward to "Dial Up Infinity" if you can't wait, though it's much less frenetic than before). In its place are the light, playful (some might say sleazy) melodies of "Never In and Never out" or the bucolic "To a Void You Is All Now" or "How it Destructs." A titchy darkness creeps into "To Them BC" and a contemplative "Build A Church With Your Fear" becomes a hymn with some plucked bass. The change of pace does this album well.
mitragyna

mitragyna

December 3, 2010

One of my favorite Ninja Tune releases. Emotion just 'pours' from these songs. The best comparison I could make, would probably be Boards Of Canada.

His album released after this one is under his own name, Andrew Coleman (I forget the title of the album). I highly suggest this also!
Headphone_Commute

Headphone_Commute

April 1, 2008
Another album that keeps popping up on my rotations is the last release by Animals On Wheels, Nuvol I Cadira, released on Ninja Tune’s sub-label Ntone (originally named Ninja Tone). Animals On Wheels is a solo project of Andrew Coleman, whose last album, Tony Alva’s Hair appeared on Cocosolidciti Records in 2005. Nuvol I Cadira, on the other hand is almost ten years old now. Yet, if this is your first listen, I promise you a collection of light, jazzy, and refreshing beats. Falling somewhere during the prominent years of output from Amon Tobin, Prefuse 73, and Squarepusher, Nuvol I Cadira (translated from Spanish to "Cloud and Chair" and named after a sculpture in Barcelona), is a trip through chilled out organic downtempo with an occasional broken jungle beat. Recently, however, Coleman has been tinkering with some robot sci-fi, "crumpet nibbling", electronic hip-hop, in collaboration with Mike King under a project which he calls Robots With Hearts. In 2008 we can also look forward to Coleman’s soundtrack work for a video art project by Patrick Doan, Openland. The DVD release will include a separate audio CD featuring Coleman’s work as inspired by this collaboration, distinct from the soundtrack. Recommended if you like Funki Porcini, DJ Food, Coldcut, Blockhead, DJ Krush and Bonobo. Favorite track: A Plus Tard.