Donato Dozzy ‎– K

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Versions (10)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Fur018 Donato Dozzy K(Cass, Album, Ltd, Mixed, Num, C60) Further Records Fur018 US 2010 Sell This Version
FuR 018 Donato Dozzy K(2x12", Album, Ltd, P/Mixed, Gre) Further Records FuR 018 US 2010 Sell This Version
Fur018 Donato Dozzy K(2x12", TP, W/Lbl, Album, P/Mixed) Further Records Fur018 US 2010 Sell This Version
FUR 018 Donato Dozzy K(2xLP, Album, Ltd, P/Mixed) Further Records FUR 018 US 2010 Sell This Version
Fur018 Donato Dozzy K(Cass, Album, Ltd, Mixed, Num, C60) Further Records Fur018 US 2010 Sell This Version
FUR018CDJP Donato Dozzy K(CD, Album, Mixed) Further Records FUR018CDJP Japan 2011 Sell This Version
Fur 018 Donato Dozzy K(CD, Album, Mixed) Further Records Fur 018 US 2011 Sell This Version
FUR 018 Donato Dozzy K(2x12", Album, Ltd, RE) Further Records FUR 018 US 2014 Sell This Version
FUR 018 Donato Dozzy K(7xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, 24 ) Further Records FUR 018 US 2014
FUR018 Donato Dozzy K(CD, Album, Ltd, Mixed, RE) Further Records FUR018 US 2014 Sell This Version

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deeztayl

deeztayl

September 26, 2016
referencing K, 2x12", Album, Ltd, RE, FUR 018

"K" has been a favorite for a few years, but listening to this vinyl through good headphones is an absolutely otherworldly experience. I honestly can't believe how good this sounds-- the depth and definition are just stunning. It's not an exaggeration to say this is one of the best vinyl pressings I've ever heard of any record, anywhere. Further Records did Donato Dozzy proud with this reissue and delivered a phenomenal gift to all fans of high quality deep-ambient-etc dub techno. If you already like Dozzy or Voices from the Lake or any whatever-techno at all, or anything else good, buy this album right now!!!!!
Phonographix

Phonographix

July 21, 2016
referencing K, 2x12", Album, Ltd, RE, FUR 018

Anybody out there who can shed some light on the exact differences between the tape version and the vinyl version? Also, is it true that a ten minute version of K6 exists? Read about it on the forum at RA. Thanx in advance.
TheTom

TheTom

January 12, 2016
referencing K, 2x12", Album, Ltd, P/Mixed, Gre, FuR 018
I love this record so much. Would love to find more stuff similar. Gas comes to mind, anyone have other suggestions for similar music?
gettum8

gettum8

August 29, 2014
referencing K, Cass, Album, Ltd, Mixed, Num, C60, Fur018
The first track is just amazing. As good as electronic music gets. I could hear it on a loop for an hour and it still will never get old.
Nikkis_

Nikkis_

July 23, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
referencing K, 2x12", Album, Ltd, P/Mixed, Gre, FuR 018

Perfect record. Also love the gold writing on the back, nice touch.
djkzstm

djkzstm

June 30, 2014
edited over 2 years ago
referencing K, 2x12", Album, Ltd, RE, FUR 018
Differences between first press and repress: The cover is not silkscreened but looks a bit like a blurred photo of the original. It has a few blue spots on both sides like from lens flare. The text "Sunt lacrimae rerum et mentem mortalia tangunt" isn't written in gold but printed in black letters below the bar code and label logo on the back side. On the labels the tracks are titled as K1 - K7 and a label logo is printed on them, too. The text in the notes section is on a black sticker on the shrink wrap. The records come in black polylined sleeves. I can't read the signature in the runout, not sure if it says Rashad, but don't quote me on that.
Cardia1

Cardia1

May 15, 2013
referencing K, Cass, Album, Ltd, Mixed, Num, C60, Fur018

This is a relaxing album,its sounds are very hypnotic and soft, the first track is my favourite and the only one that plays a different style from the rest of the album, the first track has a touching melody wich evokes the beautifull things of life, then the rest of the album is a expression of music therapy to help you cool down, get yourself relaxed, there´s not much melodie throughout the Album but there´s a hypnotic sequence of key sounds wich will work as massage to your hears and mind. I usually like to hear this album when going to bed it definetly helps me to fall asleep, or listen to this album while i work on something.
player

player

December 16, 2012
edited about 1 year ago
referencing K, CD, Album, Mixed, Fur 018

found this album rather meh!..A cold album without much change in style or pace within the ambient and music. There are some subtle triggered effects that shift and shuffle in the background, but nothing to lift it from its rather upfront repetitive drum loops and ambient soundscapes. Felt as if each track was one long build up that never reached a mid or ending climax - nothing! Just a continuous loop of boring minimalistic drum beats with simplistic synth sweeps here and there, plus the occasional triggered sequenced effect also here and there adding very little change. A bland and boring and somewhat simplistic vision of ambient-techno, that personally for me has become a very-very overrated album that's too long and predicable with to much of the same thing on each track.
player

player

December 16, 2012
edited about 1 year ago
referencing K, Cass, Album, Ltd, Mixed, Num, C60, Fur018
I found this album rather meh!..A cold album without much change in style or pace within the ambient and music. There are some subtle triggered effects that shift and shuffle in the background, but nothing to lift it from its rather upfront repetitive drum loops and ambient soundscapes. Felt as if each track was one long build up that never reached a mid or ending climax - Nothing! Just a continuous loop of boring minimalistic drum beats and simplistic synth patterns here and there, plus the occasional sequence effect here and there that adds little change to anything. A bland and boring and somewhat simplistic vision of ambient-techno that for me personally has become a very-very overrated album that's too long and predicable with too much of the same thing on nearly every track.!