Factory Floor ‎– Untitled

Blast First Petite ‎– PTYT 035 V, Blast First Petite ‎– PTYT 035 LP, Factory Floor Film ‎– F.F.F.01
Vinyl, 10", Mini-Album, Clear
DVD, DVD-Video
All Media, Limited Edition


A1 Lying 4:57
A2 16-16-9-20-1-14-9-7 9:49
B1 A Wooden Box 8:22
B2 Solid Sound 17:49
DVD.1 Solid Sound 59:36

Companies, etc.


  • Engineer, Recorded ByOwen Turner (tracks: A1, B1)
  • Mastered By [Vinyl]HL (2)
  • Written-By, Producer, Mastered By, ArtworkFF*


Limited edition of 2000 copies on 10" clear vinyl supplied in stiff clear plastic pocket with illustrated stiff card insert. DVD in similar plastic pocket also supplied as an insert.
Tracklist sequence is as detailed on the vinyl labels, the titles on the insert are listed out of sequence.
Sleeve notes:
'Solid Sound' extracted from FF video installation 'Solid Sound' 09/09'
PTYT 035 V. p&c blastfirstpetite 2010. blastfirstpetite.com
DVD notes:
Factory Floor Film F.F.F.01 Solid Sound. Exhibited at 23 Redchurch Street, London during September 2009.

This MLP/DVD package is refered to on band and label websites as "Untitled" though initially it was often refered to by the titles of the two tracks that comprised the majority of their live set at the time of release, i.e. "Lying / A Wooden Box"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (DVD): DA95529-01
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): B990204-01 A1 HL PTYT 035 LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): B990204-01 A1 HL PTYT 035 LP

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April 25, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
"16-16-9-20-1-14-9-7" is a drilling, minimal, super deadly, mostly rhythmic electro-techno tool bringing the tension with a slight industrial-acid touch coming and going, and shuffling kraut-like hypnose bringing some life. A delight for DJ workout, there are tons of similar tools here and there in techno records, but this one is particularily nasty, well crafted and balanced, and that shall be underlined.