The Delta ‎– Send In ...Send Back

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GTN (Global Trance Network) ‎– GTN 1084.20, d.Drum ‎– GTN 1084.20
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Intro 1:37
2 Def By Delta Part1 5:59
3 Standby 7:14
4 Send In ...Send Back 7:02
5 MJ. Error 6:17
6 A+B 5:21
7 Def By Delta Part2 7:44
8 Fade 6:04
9 Lost&Found 6:55
10 PC Fresh 6:13
11 Basic Beat 11:48

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Notes

Issued in standard album jewelcase with gloss outer card sleeve.

Track 3 features a speech sample from the movie Dark Star.
Track 11 actually ends around 5:05, it is then followed by silence interrupted at 7:08 by a ringing electric bell, at 8:21 by a ringing phone, at 9:40 by a car horn and a crowd screaming in terror, and at 11:39 by a phazed voice.
Total time (including blank after track 11): 72:18
Track durations taken from the disc table of contents.

(P) 2001 NOVA TEKK GMBH
(C) 2001 NOVA TEKK GMBH
Distributed in Germany by CONNECTED MUSIC VERTRIEB GMBH

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 413356 160321
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5413356160321
  • Matrix / Runout: NOVA0109270
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 10740
  • Mastering SID Code: none
  • Mould SID Code: none

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none The Delta Send In ...Send Back(CDr, Album, Promo) Not On Label (Delta, The Self-released) none Germany 2001 Sell This Version
NSTDG007 The Delta Send In... Send Back(11xFile, WAV, Album) Nachtstrom Schallplatten NSTDG007 Germany 2008

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BugattiFan301

BugattiFan301

April 2, 2015
I Have to agree with many of the other reviewers that this album has no equals and that it cannot be successfully stuck into any specific genre. I have searched high and low for another album like this one, and there is not one. Schizoeffective is similar but not quite as dark. For me it was hard to get into at first, but it has become one of my very favorites. The entire think just has this thrashing, evil, sinister vibe that is, as I have already stated, not really comparable to anything else. Don't pass this one up!
blerimrustemi

blerimrustemi

September 13, 2012
bought this cd in a default pick . turned to be one of the best albums ive ever heard

no genre/style classification on this one please
zoix

zoix

November 6, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

This is one of my favorite records of all time.

The album features deep, atmospheric textures and heavy techno beats with an industrial touch. Some tracks are just pure techno tracks though with intelligent and detailed drum sequencing. Send In... Send Back works equally well as either a home listening experience with headphones or at a party with a huge sound system.

My favorite thing with this record is that it is a deep introvert journey. It doesn't matter if you're at home or at a party listening to it. You're supposed to feel the atmospherics by yourself and move to the monotonous beats. This makes the record more powerful I think since it provides you with a platform to which you can add your own fantasies. Just look at how one of the other reviewers describes his experience with the album.

I once heard a famous Swedish singer give a person advice on singing and he told the other guy that he should focus more on the storytelling aspect of singing. This is where this record stands out for me. The producers tell a story with each track and the attention to detail and progressive storytelling is stunning.

A timeless classic.
SkeletonMan

SkeletonMan

September 7, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

If Lucifer should one day decide to put his life up on the big screen he won't have to look far for a soundtrack. Fuckin' hell, SISB is the meanest piece of plastic I've ever acquired. In a close battle with Scizoeffective, of course.

Yeah, Delta's own Scizoeffective and X-Dream's Irritant are the only albums I know of I can compare SISB with. In parts, SISB does remind me a lot of Scizoeffective, but SISB seems more accomplished. Where Scizoeffective has three or four tracks with a, well, less devastating vibe, SISB is relentless. There are NO light points here. Dark tech-trance bombarded in your face from start to finish.

That's the strength and weakness of SISB. The strength since the consistency is second to none (X-Dream excluded). The weak link in case you are fond of variety. You won't find any here. To enjoy this you just gotta blank your mind, let yourself be taken in with the flow, and let the beat and mood be everything. If you can do that, on the other hand, SISB is guaranteed to torpedo you into parts of Psychedelia most people will never tread let alone know exists. Though I presume non-prescription medicine may come in handy ...

April 9, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
As I'm writing my comment, I'm hearing the soundscapes of this CD.

Close your eyes and picture an ominous, malicious train heading your way. You hear it's deep whistles and throbbing clanking. It's heading your way and you cannot move. The train is closing tens of meters per second. You know this train will kill you, you feel its wrath.

Think you got a picture of The Delta's music? You have no idea.

I'd love to hear The Delta performing live. I'd just like to close my eyes and have the ultra-deep basslines of this album gush thru me. Listening to "Send In...Send Back" loud on a good set of stereos will give a good impression of how strong music can be.

This CD will always one of my favourites.

ukiro

ukiro

November 6, 2003

Ultra-heavy bass, monotonous trashing percussive beats that sound like they've been raped with a chainsaw and doomsday atmospheres on top. Sounds good? It is.

If you like it heavy & atmospheric and enjoy getting whipped by distorted german hihats, you *need* this.