Mikkel Metal ‎– Victimizer

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Kompakt ‎– KOMPAKT CD 48
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Tracklist

1 Memories 5:41
2 Rain 6:04
3 Hemper 6:19
4 Lurlun 6:29
5 Victimizer 4:59
6 Align 6:15
7 Dorant 6:11
8 Kaluga 6:01
9 Trams 4:08
10 Microho 7:09

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  • Barcode (Text): 8 80319 02292 0
  • Barcode (String): 880319022920
  • Matrix / Runout: [MPO logo] CA KOMCD48 @ 11/29/05 07:29:41 PM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L039
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1202
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 12012

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KOMPAKT CD 48 / PROMO CD Mikkel Metal Victimizer(CD, Album, Promo) Kompakt KOMPAKT CD 48 / PROMO CD Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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Cardia1

Cardia1

July 28, 2017

For me its one of best Albums of Mikkel Metal, another production that has music suitable for night atmospheres, rainy nights or summer nights, all tracks are very good. Highly recommended . This is the kind of release usual from KOMPAKT, original and strong.
scoundrel

scoundrel

December 14, 2013

Mikkel Metal's album for Kompakt, VICTIMIZER, starts with the vocal dub techno of "Memories," which listens as if in moonlight, while "Rain" glides by. "Hemper" stays mellow, and "Lurlun" brings in the dub to full effect with a nice schaffel kicker. The title track leans into the slow drawl of Westerns, but "Align" brings the pace back up, though filled with a deep bass. "Dorant" pushes this further with a thicker bassline for a gravelly trudge. "Trams," on the other hand, has a calm, hummable tune, and "Microho" ends the album on a steady, moody pace. No one's a victim with this album; everyone's a winner!
mjago85

mjago85

October 18, 2007

A remarkable collection of carefully crafted, slow-moving, and frequently schaffel-oriented tracks. Although links between the tracks on "Victimizer" and many styles and artists from over the years can be drawn, for the most part it is closest to Plastikman's "Musik" in its feel. Except, where "Musik" still felt very firmly embedded in acid house, "Victimizer" feels like it has moved into true post acid house territory, away from silly, squiggly acid lines to adopt a more mature approach. The results are spectacular, particularly on "Memories" and the title cut - where vocals are added to mix - and "Hemper" and "Dorant".