Martin Rev ‎– Strangeworld

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1 My Strange World 3:05
2 Sparks 3:30
3 Solitude 3:07
4 Funny 2:50
5 Ramblin’
Written-By [Co-written By] – Marev
3:15
6 Trouble 3:16
7 Splinters 5:26
8 Cartoons 3:05
9 One Track Mind 3:06
10 Chalky 4:55
11 Jacks And Aces 2:17
12 Reading My Mind 3:35
13 Day And Night 1:58

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© + ℗ Sähkö Recordings 2000.
Published by Revega Music Company ASCAP HF.
Distribution by EFA.
Released in digifile sleeve.

Recorded at Amphion Studios NYC, except track 10 recorded at Cheyenne Studios NYC.
Digital production and editing at I Am Productions NYC.

Tracklist inside digifile swaps tracks 11 and 12 and misspells track 5 as "Ramplin'".
Tracklisting on back of digifile is correct.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Sticker): 0718755 016725
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): [ATD Alta Tecnologia En Duplicación SA logo] PUU-17CD # 1 111099
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI L181
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 3117

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PUU-17LP Martin Rev Strangeworld(LP, Album) Puu PUU-17LP Finland 2000 Sell This Version
PUU-17LP Martin Rev Strangeworld(LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Puu PUU-17LP Finland 2000 Sell This Version

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scott-r

March 23, 2010

Martin Rev's 50's-like melodic minimal duplex epics in Strangeworld wouldn't sound out-of-place in a David Lynch film. Whether it's the boiling beats of Splinters or the surfer groove on Trouble there are fascinating gems here. The drum machine on Chalky sounds like is it increasingly being drowned as the track progresses. The rhythm machine tortured as if it was a living animal (beat beat.. beat beat..) at the deep end of a swimming pool (like he tortured the 'Instrument' - the Farfisa - on his band Suicide's debut album opener Ghostrider). Through much of Strangeworld Rev's voice is processed as if through a storm of elements; some thicker than blood, others lighter than a spirit.