Balil ‎– Parasight

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Rising High Records ‎– RSN 72
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Rosery Pilots
A2 Avidya
AA1 Parasight
AA2 Island

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Released in a Rising High company sleeve with info sticker.

Labels list tracks as A1 Parasight/A2 Island/AA1 Rosery Pilots/AA2 Avidya, but the sides appear to have been reversed. The actual playing order is identical to that of the CD version.

© Rising High Productions Ltd 1993
℗ Rising High Productions Ltd 1993

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5024900001122
  • Matrix / Runout: RSN-72-A-1
  • Matrix / Runout: RSN-72-B-1

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Analogue808

Analogue808

February 8, 2017

Had this on the cd in my late teens and destroyed this as it was always on ,
Years went passed until now I've lost all my early CDs .
However I've now got this on 12" and will cherish this one :)
woofhard_one

woofhard_one

January 22, 2017
edited 9 months ago
Hands down one of the best Techno Acid Dance records ever produced. I've only ever heard this record played out once in a club and it absolutely destroyed the dancefloor. Maximum strobe moment, the cheering crowd nearly blew the roof off. Heads just aren't making music like this anymore...
Wuub

Wuub

November 2, 2010
Like ambience music, IDM music monster ! Wuub recommend now !
moogacid

moogacid

October 22, 2010
Island is the track for me [I think - I have a TP with just Cat.no - it's the aphexy one anyway]
Absolutely lush melodies that shapeshift all the way thru...
Pretty sure Rising High released this without their permish..!
fabriknos

fabriknos

August 4, 2010

This has to be my favorite Black Dog production. Exceptionally beautiful techno and IDM, with almost trance-like melodic tendencies and nice thumping percussion. This is an easy one to leave on repeat. Each track is memorable in its own right, yet the EP should be listened to from beginning to end for best impact. 1993 was unreal for these guys. Temple of Transparent Balls, the tracks that would later make up Parallels, Bytes, and Parasight - quite a year!