Man Machine Featuring Zen (4) ‎– Denkimi-Shakuhachi

Label:
Outer Rhythm ‎– MMAN2T, Outer Rhythm ‎– M MAN 2T
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Denkimi-Shakuhachi (Electro-Shakuhachi)
B Robot-To Okoku (The Robot Kingdom)

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed ByMPO

Credits

Notes

"Shakukachi = Bamboo Flute" stated on A side label.
The character on the front cover label is Japanese and has the general meaning 'electricity.'

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016026 231026
  • Matrix / Runout (A side): T̶A̶S̶ ̶3̶6̶ ̶A̶¹̶ MMAN 2T A¹ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (B side): T̶A̶S̶ ̶3̶6̶ ̶B̶¹̶ MMAN 2T B¹ MPO

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Luciferius

Luciferius

December 23, 2018

how good is this ?

I had this release in my wantlist for quite some time and i didn't really pay atention to it , stupid me.

I don't know what it is but for me that's the kind of music that makes minds go crazy and can ignite a dancefloor in flames, which it does in a way not a lot of records do , while it does it's job as a dancefloor record this record does manage to bring in some emotions not in a cheesy way but in a deeply touching way.
won't leave my bag so fast
ztiromecho15

ztiromecho15

May 6, 2018
Great early 90s techno house. Man Machine perfectly describes the era
aquagak

aquagak

July 30, 2016
deep mind bending house :) .
Si_Burtron

Si_Burtron

October 26, 2011
A work of excellence from Ed Stratton who also produced the amazing 'Step Into Time' album (check it!). Years ahead of it's time in dance music terms, as in really well produced with multi-layered soundscapes making for a listening experience yet to be dampened by time. The 'Step Into Time' album is definitely on my desert island disc list.
ambrose89

ambrose89

February 7, 2007
edited over 13 years ago
Deep Deeep house, flutes and atmosphere. if you like your house deep and moody then this is one for you. flip side is robot kingdom with a slightly harder edge . a quality record. one of my desert island disks for sure