Blu Mar Ten ‎– The Six Million Names Of God

Exceptional ‎– exlpcd 0304
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Released in a jewel case with 8 page booklet (and some featured a catalog of the label too).

The Paradise Motel appears courtesy of Mushroom / Infectious Records, licensed from Mushroom / Infectious Records.
Fink appears courtesy of Ninja Tune.
Blame appears courtesy of 720° Recordings.
Nor Elle appears courtesy of Plastic City.

Written-By, producer and additional production credits overlap as on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 055106 230054
  • Barcode (String): 5055106230054
  • Matrix / Runout: BP-13350 | 3071502
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L055
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi PR 101


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September 18, 2007

This release had a profound effect on me, particularly during my first listen to it; it was an experience I will always remember. It's not often these days that music makes my body tingle and shiver, but certain tracks on this album most definately had that effect on me, especially on that initial hearing. I only wish that more music had this same quality about it. This album was an impressive debut for the camden duo.


April 23, 2005
edited over 8 years ago

I wasn't even aware of the fact Blu Mar Ten released this LP until recently which is odd because they've always been one of my favorite producers in drum and bass. So with good reason I was quite anxious to get my hands on it. I've listened to it through and through by now and it still continues to amaze me. It's like the best aspects of electronica's vast array of stylistic approaches are merged into a piece of music shimmering with beauty. Not to mention the acoustic influences heard in tracks like 'Apnea'. This is the stuff you hear in your dreams.