Atom™ ‎– Liedgut

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Raster-Noton ‎– R-N 99, Raster-Noton ‎– r-n 99
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Einleitung
1 Weißes Rauschen 0:47
Wellen Und Felder
2 Wellen Und Felder I 1:10
3 Wellen Und Felder II 2:43
4 Wellen Und Felder III 0:55
5 Wellen Und Felder IV 1:01
6 Überleitung 1:01
Funksignal
7 Funksignal 3:23
8 Interferenz I 1:51
9 Im Rausch Der Gegenwart I 2:18
10 Interferenz II 0:19
11 Wellen 0:52
Zwischenstücke
12 Mittlere Composition No. I 2:08
13 Mittlere Composition No. II 2:24
14 Mittlere Composition No. III 1:51
Weißes Rauschen
15 Weißes Rauschen (Erster Teil) 4:48
16 Berge Und Täler 1:59
17 Im Rausch Der Gegenwart II 0:49
18 Weißes Rauschen (Zweiter Teil) 3:33
Ausleitung
19 Weißes Rauschen 1:11
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20 Schlußwort
Voice [Gesprochen] – Florian Schneider
0:41

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Credits

  • Artwork [Moderne Typographie, Satz, Gestaltung]Linger Decoree, Michaela Kessler
  • Composed By, Arranged By, Recorded By, Edited By, Mixed By, Liner NotesAtom™
  • Executive-Producer [Moderne Typographie, Satz, Gestaltung]Olaf Bender

Notes

Composed, arranged, recorded, edited & mixed September 2007.
Track 20 is not mentioned in the tracklisting, but is named Schlußwort in the liner notes.
Total duration is 35:44.

Comes in card slipcase with 12-page booklet in German within protective plastic sleeve.

Liedgut published by Freibank Musikverlag Hamburg.
© 2009 raster-noton. archiv für ton und nichtton.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 260115 990993
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4260115990993
  • Label Code: LC01293
  • Matrix / Runout: CA RN099 @@ 12/11/2008 4:46:58 AM 0000439676
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY88
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1282

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R-N 99 Atom™ Liedgut(CD, Album, Promo) Raster-Noton R-N 99 Germany 2009 Sell This Version

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Cardia1

Cardia1

April 10, 2018

This is a very interesting Album, with original songs and sounds, and pleasant melodies. However in my opinion its offers only 25 minutes of music which is short for an Album, some tracks are too short and they are nothing but a TV channel off sounds, and there's always the presence of this strange high pitch dog whistle in the background , maybe it is intended to keep the dogs at home quiet. Nevertheless i find this release satisfying and probably in my opinion ATOM best production.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

February 23, 2009
My first listen leaves me the impression that this album is like taking notes from [k] by Disk Orchestra and throwing it in a bag with BGD and planting the seeds watching them grow.
This is an unapologetic album towards anybody but the strongest of listeners with flexible ears and an appreciation for texture rich faith music.
If you've been following Atom™ like I have for ages and were to stack up the other releases with the Atom™ namesake as opposed to his arms length of aliases. This is a different beast altogether and is going to be a very refreshing album for you and one that is (at long last) largely reserved for private listening only. Gone almost completely is the inherent straight faced cheekiness that Uwe has used as his calling card and has become the undisputed master of. There are references for listeners with the reserves to understand the joke. But this album in the end, is no laughing matter and is not social music.
There are truly some moments of absolute beauty in this album. Something Uwe is quite capable of, but has left out for much of the last decade and has been utilized more as interlude breathing space and not as the central focus.