DeepChord vs. Octal Industries ‎– Arrival / Departure

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Octal ‎– OCTAL 03
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Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, Repress, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Octal Industries Arrival
B DeepChord Departure

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Black velvet pressing (black vinyl with black labels) limited to 50 copies.

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Phortek

Phortek

May 17, 2017
I think I saw rumblings about this getting repressed on echospace. Not sure if its true, but I'd be all over it. Departure has been on my want list for years.
SirRob

SirRob

March 19, 2017

why 75 discogs user can have this release when it is limited to 50 copies?
schnicki81

schnicki81

October 31, 2008
edited over 6 years ago

Yes, I bought this record because the samples of Octal Industries' Arrival really blew me away. Such a nice piece of deep, uplifting programmings, but in retrospect I like DeepChord's Departure most. I think, it's one of Rod Modell's best tracks ever. The second part of this track, when the synth chords go back and the real sounding drums get in front of this truly amazing work is just perfect. Nothing else.
So grab a physical copy whenever you can. It's ultra rarely when you consider, it is a DeepChord.