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Beggars Banquet ‎– HERTZ 16 CD2
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2 × CD, Compilation
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1-1 Corona Part I
Saxophone – Joe Gardiner
9:49
1-2 Corona Part II
Saxophone – Joe Gardiner
10:00
1-3 Terminus Part I 3:58
1-4 Terminus Part II 2:04
1-5 Terminus Part III 13:11
1-6 Maser Part I 5:06
1-7 Maser Part II 1:52
1-8 Maser Part III 5:02
1-9 Maser Part IV 7:28
2-1 Haloform Part I 6:45
2-2 Haloform Part II 6:48
2-3 Haloform Part III 7:21
2-4 Kaon Part I 2:29
2-5 Kaon Part II 3:47
2-6 Kaon Part III 5:39
2-7 Kaon Part IV 4:35
2-8 Kaon Part V 4:24
2-9 Neper Part I 3:15
2-10 Neper Part II 5:58
2-11 Neper Part III 10:27

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Notes

Tracks 2-4 to 2-8 recorded live to 2-track at Thirst.
Comes in a double Digipak. Made in England.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Stickered): 607618401627
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): C1032 HERTZ 16 CD2 1 :· 1:0
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): C1033 HERTZ 16 CD2 2 · 1:1
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 1+2): IFPI L123
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 2310
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 2309
  • Other (On mirror, both discs): MASTERED BY NIMBUS

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HERTZ 16LP Main Hz(3xLP, Comp) Beggars Banquet HERTZ 16LP UK 1996 Sell This Version
HERTZ 16 Main Hz(6xCD, Maxi, Comp) Beggars Banquet HERTZ 16 UK 1996 Sell This Version
HER-CD-16 Main Hz(2xCD, Comp, 2-D) Beggars Banquet HER-CD-16 UK 1996 Sell This Version

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Said_Head

January 4, 2012

One thing I've always admired about Main was their serial style of releasing their music, with the Firmament series (and scattered Firmament tracks strewn about in other releases) and then this, which I consider Main's truest masterwork; if considered to be a single cohesive album, it is quite an impressive feat. I personally think it's some of Main's best work, production and composition-wise, with my favorites being the two-piece 'Corona', though they all have their strengths. The music is of great variety, even among the different 'EP' portions, it's an eclectic and rewarding listen. A definitive purchase of the band, and the genre.
berb

berb

August 20, 2003
Main released this originally as a limited edition singles collection. Once a month (during 6 months) Beggars Banquet released a cd5. The last disc (Neper) included a grey collectors box and a booklet.

On every single sleeve there is a photo of a stone structure. Good minimal design and good minimal music!