Fizzarum ‎– Monochrome Plural

Domino ‎– WIGCD87
CD, Album


1 Phut Of Plex 4:00
2 Torsion 4:37
3 Vesat 4:34
4 Ursa-Majoris 6:53
5 Damper 5:05
6 Micanex 9:55
7 Izoterica 5:35
8 Microphorus 5:23
9 Exivyd 5:19

Companies, etc.


  • Artwork [Art By]Denis Stoyalov
  • Design [Cover Design]sp_here
  • Sequenced By, Programmed By, Recorded By, Sampler, Technician [Processing], Sampler [Resampling], Technician [Reprocessing], Mixed By, Mastered By [Premastering]Fizzarum


"Phut Of Plex" and "Ursa-Majoris" were originally released on City Centre Offices label.

℗&© 2000 Domino Recording Co Ltd
Made in the UK

Packaged in a Jewel case + 4-page booklet.
Track times taken from PC.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 034202 008729
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5034202008729
  • Matrix / Runout: 05614 WIGCD87 SP F 22374 092300
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi LD81
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 8Y12
  • Label Code: LC 10192

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WIGCD87 Fizzarum Monochrome Plural(9xFile, MP3, Album) Domino WIGCD87 UK 2000
7243 8505152 4 Fizzarum Monochrome Plural(CD, Album) Labels 7243 8505152 4 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
WIGCD 87P Fizzarum Monochrome Plural(CD, Promo) Domino WIGCD 87P UK 2000 Sell This Version
WIGLP 87 Fizzarum Monochrome Plural(LP, TP) Domino WIGLP 87 UK 2000 Sell This Version
WIGLP 87 Fizzarum Monochrome Plural(LP, Album) Domino WIGLP 87 UK 2000 Sell This Version


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December 11, 2008

Very few Russian electronic artists scored a success, Fizzarum did.
It's easy to recognize Ae influence in the album. Obviously lads had been listening to their tracks very carefully and then didn't copy but reinvented Ae style. This album is a jewel and it's very sad that Fizzarum couldn't excel it in further releases.
Filled with basslines, Asian motif (in "Micanex" which perhaps drops a hint at "Rsdio") and hidden logic their music will make you guess a formula to comprehend it which is what you need. Did I say music? It's rather pure math.


July 6, 2008
What we have here is some kind of a proof that Russians are the best mathematicians, scientists and engineers in the world.

Sound is perfect. Mastering of this work is just stunning: razorsharp crafted samples threated with amazing DSP. Pure, artificial rhythms/sequences surrounded by some of the most beautiful and touching melodies musica electronica has to offer.

Too bad that guys weren't able to repeat "Monochrome's" success with other releases which, in my opinion, aren't even close to this one.


May 14, 2007
edited over 11 years ago

In the great soviet tradition of supremacists and constructivists, Vlad and Dmitry are looking forward to the musical future. They'd tell you that the were influenced by the adventures of Autechre in the land of asymmetries, although they think they are "a bit too abstract and mathematical", by Depeche Mode "because their tunes are so romantic" and by Jean-Michel Jarre, "the first synthesiser show man". Sharing similar aesthetic choices than other Russian bands such as EU and Solar X, Fizzarum first had to deal with the problem of the artistic isolation behind the now dead iron curtain is the main problem before being able to release their compositions of the mp3 format. Yet it is on the English label Domino that their real first album "Monochrome Plural", a modest manifesto of Slav electronica, is now released. Even if they are interested in the complexity of the composition, the research for melody remains the pair’s main concern.


February 4, 2003

CD contains all the tracks from the rare singles. To me this recording is definitive IDM. There’s nothing but lovely glitchy rhythms with no filler material. Absolutely essential.