JPLS ‎– Twilite

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1 Twilite 1 5:41
2 Twilite 3 6:17
3 Twilite 8 5:48
4 Green 01 (Skoozbot's Twilite Remix)
Co-producer – SkoozbotRecorded By – B. Connelly*, J. Jacobs*Remix – Skoozbot
5:28
5 Twilite 6.1 5:44
6 Twilite 4 5:37
7 Twilite 1 (Skoozbot Remix)
Recorded By – B. Connelly*Remix – Skoozbot
5:34
8 Twilite 7 5:22
9 Twilite 6.2 5:37
10 Twilite 9 5:55

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Notes

Twilite 6.1 & 7 are CD Exclusive and do not appear on the 2 x 12" LP release.
However, Twilite 7 did appear on <a href="http://www.discogs.com/release/666716">min2MAX 3x12" </a>
Comes in minipack.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 881390715121

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MINUS 51 JPLS Twilite(2xFile, MP3) M_nus MINUS 51 Canada 2007
m51cd JPLS Twilite(CD, Album, Promo, Car) M_nus m51cd Canada 2007 Sell This Version
MINUS 51 LP JPLS Twilite(2xLP, Album) M_nus MINUS 51 LP Canada 2007 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

February 24, 2011

When you see the label M_nus, you already know what to expect: cool, driving minimalism, and JPLS' TWILITE delivers just that. "Twilite 1" has some watery synths gurgling over the beat, while "Twilite 8" has an industrial twinge droning through every once in a while. True to its name, the album always seems on the cusp of darkness. "Green 01 (Skoozbot's Twilite Remix)" adds some bounce into the mix, and "Twilite 6.1" has a clattery accompaniment, as opposed to the more spare opening tracks. Indeed, as the album continues, the sound grows increasingly full. "Twilite 4" gets slightly wobbly, and Skoozboy comes back for a remix of "Twilite 1" that whirls and tweets like a spinning canary. "Twilite 6.2" sounds like a robotic ballerina on the fritz, and "Twilite 9" takes the album out on a rather abrupt edit. A matter of subtraction, I guess.