Metamatics ‎– NeoOuija*

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Tracklist

1 Neo Ouija 6:53
2 Solange Jimenez 6:59
3 2nd Floor Flat 0:19
4 Escher Escalator 4:43
5 Vanishing Point 6:43
6 Piano 2:31
7 Hamburg Trick 5:10
8 So Many Ways 5:55
9 Beautiful Mutations 7:22
10 Evening Star 4:19

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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
Duke158DJV Metamatics Neo Ouija(LP, Album, RE, RM, Cle) Hydrogen Dukebox Duke158DJV UK 2017 Sell This Version
DUKE 067DJV Metamatics NeoOuija*(2x10", Album, Ltd) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 067DJV UK 1999 Sell This Version
DUKE 067CDP Metamatics Neoouija*(CD, Album, Promo) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 067CDP UK 1999 Sell This Version
DUKE 067CD Metamatics NeoOuija*(CD, Album) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 067CD UK 1999 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

January 24, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

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.