Gridlock ‎– Trace

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Fix 3:20
Front 4:45
Voiceless 6:59
Uh4. 17 3:41
Untitled 2:15
397:ALD 5:54
Estrella 6:54
Back 8:04
364:277 9:53
Untitled 6:29
Done 2:55
Voiceless:Vcam:Rmx 7:08

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Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
U07 Gridlock Trace(CD, Album) Unit U07 US 2001 Sell This Version
zod10 Gridlock Trace(LP, Album) Zod zod10 US 2002 Sell This Version
zod10 Gridlock Trace(LP, Album, TP) Zod zod10 US 2002 Sell This Version

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morgripsoundcloud

morgripsoundcloud

October 2, 2020
referencing Trace, CD, Album, U07
good music to read BLAME! to

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Kidgonebkind

Kidgonebkind

October 30, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Trace, LP, Album, zod10
Something really special together with Formless. A distopian future classic in my opinion, way ahead of its time! Carved in my mind forever. I wonder how this will be looked upon in 50 or so years!
citizengreen

citizengreen

August 28, 2017
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Trace, LP, Album, zod10

Vinyl and CD versions of this album differ greatly, I'd recommend picking up both. One of the best trips I've ever had was to this record - I swear I can still feel the serotonin dropping on the track "UH 4.17"
Maurautius

Maurautius

May 2, 2008
referencing Trace, CD, Album, U07
The music on this album is so alien compared to anything else i've heard in other so-called "IDM" genre. Often ambient, but never boring, Trace is a true prize in my music collection and I can't imagine there will ever be an artist that comes close to making anything this unique. Clearly the absence of vocals for this album was the right choice as these "voiceless" songs seem to create a futuristic world where you can easily get lost in. Gridlock's follow-up album, Formless, came close to this perfection but took a slightly different turn. A gem.
Reticulum_Flux

Reticulum_Flux

July 17, 2006
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Trace, CD, Album, U07
My favorite album from Gridlock. At this point their sound and style had changed somewhat. The beats and synths in this album sound very alien and future-like. To me, it reminds me of a soundtrack for a futuristic city in the clouds somewhere on a different planet. Another big difference in the sound is the absence of raspy vocals. Aside from a quick cameo on Voiceless - they're completely gone. Trace was when Gridlock began to branch out their sound.