Dorosoto ‎– Adernolneen

Rad Cult ‎– RACU13
CD, Album


1 Adernolneen 1:06:18



Released in an edition of 500 copies.

Published by Dorosoto (BMI)
Sticker on front cover reads: "An ambient ripping from one half of High Tides."

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  • Barcode: 643157436942


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April 20, 2016

GARBAGE!!!! I was so bummed when I realized that I got an hours worth of "uhhhhhh". Not clever or creative, this release is a complete waste of money. I even wrote Rad Cult to see if maybe I missed something (maybe it was an interactive CD?) I got a message back saying "we all love it here at the office." ..... nice. The packaging looks cool though! I was really expecting something awesome. R.C put out great stuff. Maybe it's a weird experiment of some sort. Everyone who listens all the way through joins the cult or some shit.


March 14, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
When Rad Cult started releasing music by artists other than Black Moth Super Rainbow and Tobacco it was an exciting time. First there was Demon Queen and then there was High Tides. Needless to say if you liked High Tides you would know about Dorosoto and his label I, Absentee which releases some amazing electronic music. Anyway with High Tides being on of my favorite albums of 2015 and Rad Cult taking pre-orders for a new Dorosoto album Adernolneen I was excited to hear it.
Now I don't like the idea of boxing artists into corners but naturally once you hear something good you do expect it again and I was expecting something in the vein of High Tides or some nice Techno music at least, but no! it was the most anti climatic releases I have ever heard and I listen to a lot of music. Like the comments say below, it really is just some guy saying uhh over and over and over again for over an hour. I mean no disrespect, Dorosoto makes some fine music but in all honesty I felt ripped off.


January 15, 2016

I hoped it was "music", but yes, it's just a guy going "uhhhhhh" for a fucking hour :c


December 31, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
It's literally someone just saying "uhhhhh" with a bunch of reverb. I loved High Tides' S/T but this genuinely is, well, just a guy going "uhhhhhhh" for an hour.