Gerd ‎– This Touch Is Greater Than Moods

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Evolution (17) ‎– EVOGD 03 CD
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1 First Crisium Appearance 7:50
2 Nautiloïdea 6:35
3 Qare Scent Spangled Arcanum 6:44
4 Vulcan Princess (Sensurreal New Funk Mix)
Mixed By – SensurrealWritten-By [Co-written By] – Dirk-Jan Hanegraaff
8:47
5 Carxan 7.1 7:04
6 Carxan 7.2 4:10
7 Century City (Sensurreal New Funk Mix)
Mixed By – SensurrealWritten-By – Dirk-Jan Hanegraaff
10:03
8 Trendor Vualda 0:32
9 Austaris Solalia (Sensurreal New Jazz Mix)
Bass [Live] – Jarno VerhoevenMixed By – Sensurreal
7:08
10 Osiris' Starshaft 14:43

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Tracks 5+9+10: Fender Rhodes filtered by K. 2500

℗1997 Universal Language Productions Ltd.
©1997 Universal Language Productions Ltd.
Made in England
Distributed by RTM/Disc

Some copies have a sticker with a "EFA 21540" and a barcode on it, and with a second sticker with the label code "LC 6110" and "Marketed in Germany by World's Best Records" on jewel case.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5021904069110
  • Matrix / Runout: EVOCD03CD 10460571 02 % MADE IN THE UK BY PMDC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L132
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0494
  • Label Code (Sticker): LC 6110
  • Barcode (Sticker): 5 021904 069110

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scoundrel

scoundrel

May 25, 2004

Gerd’s debut <I>This Touch Is Greater Than Moods</I>, on the long-missed Universal Langauge Productions, is still one of the pinnacles of techno-funk. “Nautiloidea” has got a groove that just puts a smile on your face, and “Qare Scent Spangled Arcanum” is space funk at its best. “Carxan 7.1” starts off ambient, then moves into the groove halfway through; “Century City,” on the other hand, kicks into the beat right away and doesn’t let go for its ten minute running time -- the track gets brighter and brighter. “Austaris Solalia” starts in a jazzy, downtempo vein, but the breaks kick in and keep things moving. An outstanding example of the heights to which electronic can go.