FP-Oner ‎– 5

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In The Mist Of Sunrise 8:32
Manifestations Taking Place 7:04
The Art Of Regeneration 8:49
The Law Of Correspondance 10:58
The Relm Of Possibility 6:26
The Otherness Dub 6:25
Platinum Soul 6:36
Visions Of You 3:21
Infinite Love 7:02
Cycles Of Life 7:46
Sleepless In Shibuya 4:22

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
mule musiq cd 48 FP-Oner 5(CD, Album) Mule Musiq mule musiq cd 48 Europe 2015 Sell This Version
MMCD48 FP-Oner 5(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Mule Musiq MMCD48 Japan 2015
mule musiq 187 FP-Oner 5(2xLP, Album) Mule Musiq mule musiq 187 UK, Europe & Japan 2015 Sell This Version

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matt2011

matt2011

June 15, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
referencing 5, 2xLP, Album, mule musiq 187
Absolutely agree with the other reviews here -- this is a phenomenal slice of deep house magic. After listening to this a number of times over the past few years, I put it on the turntable tonight and it hasn't lost any of its magic since it was first released. This is one of those albums that isn't really pushing any boundaries in originality, but what it does do is push all the right buttons in the right places, with impeccable production and style. The stand out track for me is "The Law Of Correspondence" which stretches out over ten minutes with drum rolls and lush melodies, complimented with warm synth sounds and subtle breakdowns. A really sensitive yet groovy deep house gem. This album deserves to hit cult status, and in time, I have no doubt people will be scrambling to find this.
My only grumble is the pressing -- Mule Musiq is a great label, but they seriously need to start improving the quality of their vinyl production. Their vinyl is always flimsy, and housed in those awful euro paper inner sleeves that scuff the vinyl right out of the jacket. A bummer considering the high quality of the music this label produces.
ubikman

ubikman

June 13, 2016
edited over 4 years ago
referencing 5, CD, Album, mule musiq cd 48
What floating in space with only beats to keep you company is all about. FP-Oner has distilled all the best that resides in post-Atkins Detroit & deep Euro-house and crafted an enormously satisfying hybrid of both styles. Plangent groundswells of sound sit atop buoyant rhythmic structures that teleport the listener across realms of contemplative drift & pulsing desire, choreographed by budding synths, plush programming, and monstrously thick, depth-charge thick, bass. Brilliant, at times breathtaking, stuff, only matched (and bettered) by its sequel, 2016's "6".
sdli93

sdli93

October 5, 2015
referencing 5, 2xLP, Album, mule musiq 187

when i listen to this, i immediatly want to get in the car and drive into nowhere ... just the feel of moving and this tunes makes it ... nice trip!
Delectronica

Delectronica

August 12, 2015
referencing 5, 2xLP, Album, mule musiq 187
And just when you thought Fred was done this lands. Deep and dark like his 2007 - 2009 days.