D.I.M.O. ‎– DIMO

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1 Lang Und Schmutzig 14:12
2 Alles Gute
Producer – Todo Tempelmann
7:09
3 Gluckogen
Producer – Juergen Schneider*Producer [Aka] – DJ Laureth
7:22
4 Pixels And Light
Producer – Sven Muether, Todo Tempelmann
8:50
5 Psyurban Stomp 8:23
6 F Invasion 7:23
7 Smells Like Cow Spirit 8:09
8 Stired Not Shaken 9:03

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Published by Vor Ta Vor BMG Ufa Musikverlage.

Recorded at Klosterrode and Rampe 17.
Mastered at Spirit Zone Studios, Hamburg.

Packaging: digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 030842 301139
  • Matrix / Runout: YELL BTM 113.2-2
  • Label Code: LC 02507
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LL88
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5224

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WBTM 200.735 D.I.M.O. DIMO(Cass, Album) Wizard (4) WBTM 200.735 Bulgaria 2001 Sell This Version

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Skeleton-Man

Skeleton-Man

February 23, 2008

There are certainly moments where minimal psy-proggressive trance is just what’ll rock my boat. I love when the soundscape is kept squeaky clean which is exactly what dimo does. A simple bass line, lots of FX, and held back aggressiveness from start to end. I get a stripped X-Dream vibe out of it and when a melody is offered as in Psyurban Stomp a daring dj could play this successfully at the chill-out stage and crank up the party. And my bones.

When best there’s no genre quite like it but it’s also something I can only do with in doses. After two or three tracks I simply cannot keep myself this suspended and I long for the music to make up its’ mind: Do you wanna set me on fire dancing or go on a deep inner voyage?!

If you, on ther other hand, have made up you're mind and already surrendered to other german minimal psy-progressive acts, such as Phonogen and Sonnenvakuum, dimo will undoubtedly suit your taste.

In any case, the stunning cover has something to do with my persistence in learning to appreciate this album. It’s beatiful. Occasionally, the music is too.