Electronic Dub ‎– Electronic Dub

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Rising High Records ‎– RSN CD21
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Published by Polygram music / Three-o-Three Music / Dark Music / Sony Music Publishing. In co-operation with the German Electronic Foundation - Blue.

(C) Rising High Productions Ltd 1994
(P) Rising High Productions Ltd 1994

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 024900 002044
  • Barcode (String): 5024900002044
  • Matrix / Runout (CD Inner ring): RSNCD21 :
  • Matrix / Runout (CD Inner ring): ·MASTERED BY MAYKING·

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RSN LP 21 Electronic Dub Electronic Dub(2xLP, W/Lbl, Sta) Rising High Records RSN LP 21 UK 1994 Sell This Version
BLUE 014 Electronic Dub Electronic Dub(2x12") Blue BLUE 014 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
RSN LP 21, RSN LP21 Electronic Dub Electronic Dub(2xLP) Rising High Records, Rising High Records RSN LP 21, RSN LP21 UK 1994 Sell This Version

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July 2, 2010
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Excellent lengthy 6trk album delivering deep dubby-acid-techno. Music that was ahead of its time when originally released way back in 94. This is music that still remains fresh and unique even today 24+yrs later with its unique analog sound . This album is an essential contribution to 90's dub electronic music that sadly doesn't quite get the same recognition and credit as with Basic Channel & Monoklake - who so deservedly do, though this album should also be recognised for its part! If I had to genre-label this music. I would probably put it under'Si-fi Analogue Spacey Minimal Acid-Dub-Techno'. Both Air Liquid and NLSOE have delivered a wonderful immersive dubby-techno-acid sound that can be appealing for both dub-techno and deep techno listeners for the now present, and for many years to come, even though this album is already over 24(+)yrs old. A album that has truly already surpassed the test of time.

Using mostly mid-to-downtempo moods created on what sounds like classic vintage analogue equipment and old oscillators, along with artist talent, bring a wonderful immersive sound and space in the music that delivers a captivating listen that's trippy yet a very hypnotic listen with a deep spacious sense of warmth and deep analogue depth. Every track will keep you hooked within its mostly un-rushed slow chilled-out pace across the albums hypnotic dub minimal-ish background basslines that
also have a deep floating space feel to it. A cool sparce Si-Fi like ambience can also felt within the dub. Moments of memorising synth analogue twiddling acid-techno sweeps, spacey chords, triggered dub-tech effects appear and occur within the dub space executed with excellent timing and sequencing that captivate when used. Looped minimal drum-machine programming also flow within the dub at a level that blend and flow along with the basslines while adding just the right amount of kick to the dub that perfectly fits with the spacious flowing nature of the dub-out chords and basslines. Each track is q captivating listen played with a trippy, yet with a very hypnotic effect, delivered with a sense of warmth and flowing deep analogue depth that makes this album a real gem with its unique mood and atmospheres that has rarely been equaled!

A true dub classic album for me!

Also worth trying quality albums by ambient-acid-techno and experimental grooves by Air Liquide (+ under many various names): German Electronic Music, G.E.F, Nephology, Air Liquide S/T, Sonic Weather Machine, The Increased Difficulty Of Concentration, Neue Frankfurter Elektronik Schule 1991, Efs, Blue Pool, Rolleiflex-Weltron-Time Square, Electronic Desert, Radiowaves 1 & 2, RedPierrot Premier ‎– Orange Clouds Over Battery Park, Empire State Building, ...and more.