Mick Chillage ‎– FAXology

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Fax +49-69/450464 ‎– PS 08/122
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Tracklist

1 Approaching Antares 20:50
2 X 202 3:14
3 Hypersleep 5:51
4 Control Room 5:06
5 Corot-9b 8:12
6 Gamma Radiation 18:32
7 Returning Home 9:19

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Credits

Notes

Limitation: 300

Mixed and recorded at the Igloo Dublin, Ireland

Mick Chillage 2007-2011

Special Thanks to:
Pete Namlook, Paul Chillage, my family and all those who inspire and support my music...

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 81005 05272 6
  • Label Code: LC 6269
  • Matrix / Runout: PS 08/122 P+O-A 624592-A1
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 3J04

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Bleefikreiko

Bleefikreiko

February 16, 2015
Remind me some of Namlook & Inoue collaborations,especially 2350 Broadway ,really it could be 2350 Broadway 5.Sound's really classic,like early Fax albums.It's calm,deep,mystic,spacey. One of the strongest album on 2007-2014 in Fax label.
tcordes

tcordes

October 1, 2013
Simply wow! A stellar Fax release that is the most true to the 90's origins of Fax. Chillage must have had specific Fax albums in mind when composing these. The titles perhaps hint at the influence. Much of Faxology hearkens back to Inoue/PK collabs such as Shades of Orion. Approaching Antares is the best example. I could *swear* that 1994-era Inoue is collaborating on it. Absolutely one one of the best beatless tracks on Fax in a long time.

Control Room wiggles and rings along like some hybrid of Dreamfish and Inoue. Same with Gamma Radiation, with perhaps some Zenith and a few Namlook twinkles and pan effects thrown in. Then the only real beats on the whole album enter in the middle and remind me of the times PK threw frenetic beat moments into otherwise-ambient albums.

Returning Home reminds me of the upbeat positivity of Zenith: you can't help but be lifted up by this track. A superb finish.

This album is like a sequel to the masterpieces of the 90's. Since I consider those albums to be the pinnacle, FAXology is destined to be a true Fax classic. It is indeed a FAXology.