Leo Anibaldi ‎– Muta

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Muta 1 6:06
Muta 2 10:57
Muta 4 6:18
Muta 3 6:32
Muta 5 5:18
Muta 9 7:40
Muta 6 5:18
Muta 7 7:21

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ACVDP005 Leo Anibaldi Muta(2xLP, Album) ACV ACVDP005 Italy 1993 Sell This Version
ACVDP005 Leo Anibaldi Muta(2xLP, Promo, W/Lbl) ACV ACVDP005 Italy 1993 Sell This Version
ACVCD005 Leo Anibaldi Muta(CD, Album) ACV ACVCD005 Italy 1993 Sell This Version
LII001 Leo Anibaldi Muta(2xLP, Album, RP, 180 + 12", S/Sided) Lost In It LII001 Italy 2017 Sell This Version
LII001 Leo Anibaldi Muta(2xLP, Blu + 12", S/Sided, Bla + Album, Ltd, RE) Lost In It LII001 Italy 2017 Sell This Version
LII001 Leo Anibaldi Muta(9xFile, WAV) Lost In It LII001 Italy 2017

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MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

MISTER_DIA-TRIBE_73

January 29, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
referencing Muta, 2xLP, Album, ACVDP005
Definition for Muta

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in John Stainer (1840–1901), musicologist and composer. From Italian muta, imperative of mutare to change from classical Latin mūtāre.

verb
Music

no object In the imperative, as a direction to a musician: change key, instrument, etc.

What a year 1993 was! I could be at home listening to stuff like this on my turntable and then at any given moment channel into some pirate radio for some darkside jungle. Both styles went hand in hand... Leo's track with the long sweeping menace of a sound with the amazing acidick build up is immense! Stunning release that would make you realize why Rephlex would want to get in contact with him!! P.s. I wish he could have been part of the Universal Indicator series. Now that would have been something!
Black_Heat_Records

Black_Heat_Records

December 21, 2017
referencing Muta, 2xLP, Album, RP, 180 + 12", S/Sided, LII001

Very impressed by the sound of this reissue, nothing much to say about the music, truly a techno/ambient masterpiece from Rome.
Karelspruit

Karelspruit

July 7, 2013
referencing Muta, 2xLP, Album, ACVDP005
Complete bullsh*t that this record is so expensive. Come on, lower those prices !
Jazzual

Jazzual

March 16, 2005
edited over 16 years ago
referencing Muta, CD, Album, ACVCD005

This is a real lost classic of what you could call 'Goth-Techno'. Maybe not a very attractive way to describe the genre but pretty appropriate. A look at the artwork on the cover gives you a good idea of what to expect. The first 3 tracks are all masterpieces of dark, forboding yet strangly relaxing electronica. Beyond that he moves into more club oriented sounds but maintaining that dark edge. This is totally unique. I wonder what happened to Mr Anibaldi?
k.felgerman

k.felgerman

June 16, 2003
edited over 10 years ago
referencing Muta, CD, Album, ACVCD005
Very strange to see how this Acid Techno junkie has changed his mind into this horrible/beautiful musical atmosphere! Very strange indeed. Nothing to do with "Cannibald - The Virtual Language", for sure.