Claro Intelecto ‎– Exhilarator

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Tracklist

Sunshine
Eye Spy
Mr Stewart
Guardian Angel
Ageless Eyes
Portrait
Pantomime
Through The Cosmos
Kozyrev's Mirror
Another Life
Amino Acid
Slither - The Way Home
Bite The Hand

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
127dsr Claro Intelecto Exhilarator(3x12", Album) Delsin 127dsr Netherlands 2017 Sell This Version
127DSR Claro Intelecto Exhilarator(13xFile, FLAC, Album) Delsin 127DSR Netherlands 2017
127DSR Claro Intelecto Exhilarator(13xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Delsin 127DSR Netherlands 2017
127DSR Claro Intelecto Exhilarator(13xFile, WAV, Album) Delsin 127DSR Netherlands 2017
127dsr Claro Intelecto Exhilarator(3x12", Ltd, Spl) Delsin 127dsr Netherlands 2017 Sell This Version
127DSR, ANN027 Claro Intelecto Exhilarator(CD, Album) Delsin, Delsin 127DSR, ANN027 Netherlands 2017 Sell This Version

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KimWachockier

KimWachockier

July 12, 2020
referencing Exhilarator, 3x12", Album, 127dsr

Most negative comments are about the genre rather than the music quality and pressing. I will say from the beginning that this record is very similar to Terrance Dixon From the Far Future PT 2. I personally dig it as its perfect background music to any reading or work I must do, each side of the 3lp wax has enough music and variety that you dont have to keep switching records every other song like in other 3lp vinyls that house 2 songs per side. In addition the pressing is very good, no pops, the mids, highs and lows are very distinct and the overall production sounds very crisp. There is no surface noise and the mastering of the record seems cohesive with the production ( no competing ideas or sounds). Its a congruent and easy listening industrial/ tech. I purchased my copy for around 20-25 bucks, for a 3LP record it is well worth it in my opinion. Listen on streaming before purchasing, but if you're a Terrance Dixon fan there is a very good chance you'll really dig this.
patina

patina

September 21, 2019
referencing Exhilarator, 3x12", Album, 127dsr
i don't like the fact that you can no longer leave a comment of just one word. sometimes that one word can really say it all for you. in the case of this clara intelecto album, i would have just said "nope."
SylwiaP

SylwiaP

August 30, 2019
referencing Exhilarator, 3x12", Album, 127dsr
Boring post tech / industrial work. There is no life. Lines drawn aimlessly, songs don't develop ... Cluster of synthetic sounds with no concept. Music for the festivals, not to the club or home listening... 2/5.
Wolvie-Records

Wolvie-Records

June 28, 2018
referencing Exhilarator, 3x12", Ltd, Spl, 127dsr

New long player from Manchester's Claro Intelecto. Entitled 'Exhilarator', the 13 track album marks a return to action for the esteemed producer. A cinematic album of icy techno, weighty bass and poignant melody. From plaintive keys and slow motion drums awash with melody to corrugated industrial drums that don't let up, this is a diverse album in both mood and texture. Moments of ambient celestial beauty exist next to breezy and summery grooves while skewed and sludgy acid sits next to serene underwater dub. Stewart's mission to step outside his usual self has resulted in another landmark electronic album. Killer release!!!
Ladeburchburn

Ladeburchburn

December 27, 2017
referencing Exhilarator, 3x12", Ltd, Spl, 127dsr

That`s really a timeless record and each euro worth! Love it!
weeklywax

weeklywax

December 19, 2017
referencing Exhilarator, 3x12", Ltd, Spl, 127dsr
How can you understand if the records (closed) is the limited version or not? Is the barcode sticker only on the limited version? Or even on the normal?