Arpanet ‎– Quantum Transposition

Rephlex ‎– CAT 161 LP
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APΠANET Θυαντυμ Τρανσποσιτιον
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Images courtesy of Prof. Anton Zeilinger – Institute of Experimental Physics – University Vienna.

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  • Barcode: 6 66908 01611 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): 57329 1A CAT 161 LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): 57329 1B CAT 161 LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, stamped): 57329 1C CAT 161 LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D, stamped): 57329 1D CAT 161 LP

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CAT 161 CD Arpanet Quantum Transposition(CD, Album) Rephlex CAT 161 CD UK 2005 Sell This Version
CAT 161 Arpanet Quantum Transposition(15xFile, WAV, Album, RE) Rephlex CAT 161 UK 2009


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June 16, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
opened my teenage brain when this came out


July 29, 2014
Probability Densities - Arpanet

probably one of the best tracks ever made, really.


July 22, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
Mechanical to the core, man-machine music of clockwork mannequins. Synths tuned to sound like bells, whistles, and ticking mechanisms, giving an aura of being inside of a sinister musical toy box museum. Electro in its militaristic state, scraped of its dance floor restrains/ rigidity and free-ed to be more in tune to the machines, to be militaristic, conquering - a type of battle music. Electro music used to be the music to do real dance battles to -and should continue to be; a parallel -world response to the party music of the streets.


February 5, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

The sound throughout the whole record is dark, cold and industrial. Most of the tracks are very unpredictable and, at sometimes, scary. This makes the record very interesting to listen to, the tracks don't get boring in any shape or form. Every time you listen to the record you hear new things.

With this release Gerald Donald (Arpanet) made a big step forward developing the sound of his last release as Der Zyklus (Biometry). This record doesn't sound like the first Arpanet album at all.
Since the passing of his Drexciya companion (James Stinson R.I.P.) he seems to make rather cold electronic music with an experimental edge to it. I love it!

Anyway, this must be the greatest release I have heard from the year 2005.