Catscan ‎– Capture In Distress

Label:
The Third Movement ‎– T3RDM-00005, The Third Movement ‎– 00005
Series:
Catscan LTD. – 001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Capture In Distress 5:33
A2 Drive By 5:38
B1 Groundfactor 4:30
B2 Online Invasion 7:41

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Credits

  • Written-By, Producer [Produced By]B. A. Kok*

Notes

Catalog number is listed as "T3RDM-00005" on B side center label and as "00005" on back cover.

Distributed by Mid-Town BV. fax. + 31 (0) 10 4832333
(NL)
Marketed by The Third Movement 2001.
For bookings call. + 31 (0) 6 15085199 / e mail. catscan@worldmail.nl

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BUMA / STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (A side, handwritten): 08 45660 20 1A1 00003
  • Matrix / Runout (B side, handwritten): 08 45660 20 1B1 00003

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
T3RDM-00005, 00005 Catscan Capture In Distress(12", W/Lbl) The Third Movement, The Third Movement T3RDM-00005, 00005 Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version
T3RDM 0005 Catscan Capture In Distress (12", TP) The Third Movement T3RDM 0005 Netherlands 2001 Sell This Version

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mike82

mike82

October 16, 2007

Hearing this gem today nearly after six years of its creation still shivers my bones to the core. This and the following two volumes of the Ltd. series are absolute masterpieces in the history of electronic music/techno/hardcore and totally obliterates this dull definitions as it goes beyond it. Crambling back to the the roots of innovative electronic sound and spending countless $$ on essential trance and space music, the respect and impact of Bart Kok's work consolidated. Take by example the celestial and cinematic spheres of track 1 leading into an empowering experience of bass and rhythm, spiced with sharp, clear and crisp instrument programming or the deep entrancing structures of track 2 which examinate everything which was ever achieved in repetitive experimentalism and early techno, culminating an a stunning breakdown - not to speak of track 4 capitvating apocalyptic prophecy of technological intelligence "coming from a different hemisphere". Don't forget getting down from the trip!
Writing this I wondered no one else reviewed his works so far. This hopefully never gets reissued since it is valuable to treasure and spend every penny on as long as this is avaliable.
One of the greatest works that ever was released on The Third Movement and a serious recommandation for dedicated DJ's and e-music affected worldwide.