Metamatics ‎– Neo Ouija

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Neo Ouija 6:53
Solange Jimenez 6:59
2nd Floor Flat 0:19
Escher Escalator 4:43
Vanishing Point 6:43
Piano 2 2:31
Hamburg Trick 5:10
So Many Ways 5:55
Beautiful Mutations 7:22
Evening Star 4:19

Versions (6)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PCD-5376 Metamatics Neo Ouija(CD, Album) P-Vine Records PCD-5376 Japan 1998 Sell This Version
DUKE 067DJV Metamatics NeoOuija*(2x10", Album, Ltd) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 067DJV UK 1999 Sell This Version
DUKE 067CD Metamatics NeoOuija*(CD, Album) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 067CD UK 1999 Sell This Version
DUKE 067CD Metamatics NeoOuija*(CD, Album) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 067CD UK 1999 Sell This Version
DUKE 067CDP Metamatics Neoouija*(CD, Album, Promo) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 067CDP UK 1999 Sell This Version
Duke158DJV Metamatics Neo Ouija(LP, Album, RE, RM, Cle) Hydrogen Dukebox Duke158DJV UK 2017 Sell This Version

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Blurb10

Blurb10

May 16, 2017
edited 8 months ago
referencing Neo Ouija, LP, Album, RE, RM, Cle, Duke158DJV

Excellent reissue of a classic album - fans of Plaid, Autechre and late-1990's IDM will dig this fusion of scattered, glitchy hip-hop beats / drum'n'bass beats and streaks of otherworldly synths and guitars. Essential!
Metalluthier

Metalluthier

May 20, 2016
referencing NeoOuija*, 2x10", Album, Ltd, DUKE 067DJV
I feel like every release I end up really getting into all of a sudden goes up in price after I get it in my collection. This never used to be this popular.
scoundrel

scoundrel

January 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing NeoOuija*, CD, Album, DUKE 067CD

Much brighter and less wedded to electro than some of his earlier releases, NEO OUIJA shows Lee Norris’ Metamatics project finding its voice. The opening title track adds a drum ‘n’ bass rhythm to accompany the majestic, sweeping synths. “Beautiful Mutations” skitters along like an interstellar crab dancing to a springtime flute. The deceptively simple “Piano” breaks apart and reconstructs music into its component parts: tones, notes, and the sounds in between. But in case you’re feeling nostalgic, “Vanishing Point” brings back the angular harmonies that marked his earlier albums, paired with a slanted sense of melody. “So Many Ways” mixes shrill longing with a synth that sounds like question marks. The final track, “Evening Star” fades out on an ambient note, echoing tones into infinity.