Marumari ‎– Supermogadon

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Carpark Records ‎– carpark cd9
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Tracklist

1 Rocket Summer 5:07
2 Ylla 0:58
3 Baby M 4:13
4 Indigo Florist 5:34
5 The Golden People 4:20
6 A Green Morning 1:13
7 Way In The Middle Of The Air 4:11
8 Holograft 3:23
9 The Mutated Wisdom 4:28
10 Red 4:35
11 Put Me In My Habitrail 1:43
12 Super Botany (Mazar) 5:13

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Credits

  • Artwork [Layout And Composition]Josha*
  • Photography BySasha Ellms
  • Written-By, Recorded By, Mastered ByMarumari

Notes

Digipak packaging.

Marumari No.4 Supermogadon.
All songs ©℗ 2001 Carpark Records USA.
The songs were written and recorded by Marumari between February 2000 and March 2001.
Mastered by Marumari at his home studio in Providence, Rhode Island.

Thanks... Kracfive, Stars As Eyes, Tigerbeat6, Grooves Magazine, Todd, Cex, the remixers, Bacon, friends, and family.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 7751-70009-2 4
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6100
  • Matrix / Runout: L388 C032001C D10408-02 A
  • Other: FAILSAFE

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daftcombo

daftcombo

October 18, 2015

Very good music, for the lovers of BoC / Freescha. Not as good maybe, but still deserving five stars.
TIM

TIM

September 4, 2011

This is an album of ideas but no real roadmap. Almost makes it sound much shorter than it is. Like it was an EP. Maybe because 3 songs are interludes at a minute long each. A few songs worth taking about. Way in the Middle of the Air is the most upbeat one. Tech house with nice melody and a bass that bubbles along. Has a sort of a voice humming sound melody which you easily won't forget and is very catchy. A good club track. Holograft is a good downtempo track has delusional feel to it and then when it gets sounding good it sort of fades out making it a cool break into the next track. The Mutated Wisdom then cuts in quickly with its quirky mood making the album continue the odd flow. The production gives the album the flow masking the ideas that do not. Tech house into downtempo into a quirky idm track. All done fairly solid but also sounding a little bland 10 years later. Red is a good little number that echoes out a melody that reminds me of an Orb song.

Overall a fair production that is light on depth but quirky enough to own. Nothing really jumps out at you but it's a safe and fairly decent album