CiM ‎– Warm Data

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deFocus ‎– foc351
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

In
A1 Cable Car 4:02
A2 File Server 1:54
A3 Do Not Multiply Models 3:18
A4 Robot Valley 1:12
Out
B1 Disk Three 2:57
B2 Hitachi 1:48
B3 Relaxing At Home 4:31
B4 Cilate 1:04

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Notes

℗ 2000 Focus
© 2000 Focus

Track durations not mentioned on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): FOC-351 A-1 IN TRANSFERMATION EW DO YOU SEE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): FOC-351-B-1 OUT EW DO YOU SEE

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FOC-351 CiM Warm Data(12", W/Lbl) deFocus FOC-351 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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spa5tik0lonz

spa5tik0lonz

September 8, 2014

So underrated "Do not multiply models" dreamy smooth electronics...5/5
Carrzinho

Carrzinho

June 27, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

A1: 4/4 electronica. Beautiful "Boards.." synths float serenely through this track but are juxtaposed with aggressive bleepy techno grating synths bringing to mind Kompakt. It does work but they're not easy bed fellows. [NINE]
A2: Techno/Electro. All the class of a Garnier slightly electro-y work out, but given the namecheck I've used, it's staggeringly short given it's potential. [NINE]
A3: Electronica. Usual template of fine off tempo beats, and lush lead and bass synthwork. Too subtle and restrained for the most part until it briefly opens up in last quarter. Another missed oppertunity. [SEVEN]
A4: Electronica. Huge potential in this one. Excellent beats and synthwork would push Plaid at their best but ran out of grooves? [NINE]
B1: Ambient Hip/Hop. More hip/hop in tempo than usual deFocus releases with solid beats and scratching samples. "Boards.." lush chords wash through the tracks and "Plaid" lead and bass synths. The same but different. It works. [TEN]
B2: Nice beats and soundscapes. Enjoyable while it lasts but at 1:48 not one to indulge in. [NINE]
B3: Subtle dreamy electronica. Fine for relaxing at home (har, har) and the middle section keeps pace with all that's quality on the release but considering the track length the intro is time wasted and outro time thoroughly squandered. [SEVEN]
B4: Effected Electronica. Like A4 has the tools to be the best on the release but cut short means it remains a curiosity. [NINE]