Mono Junk ‎– Gloom

Label:
Dum Records ‎– DUM-101
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 I Believe 3:57
2 Search 9:49
3 Enter 13:49
4 Construction Electrician 3:38
5 Sonorous 7:41
6 Mars 31 Heaven 6:49
7 The Place 14:37
8 Fade Away 6:45
9 Wish 3:54

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Credits

Notes

Recorded at Noise
© Dum Records '95
Distribution by Plastic Head

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 028563 202926
  • Matrix / Runout: SNA DUM 101
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L600

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musicforfreepeople

musicforfreepeople

November 13, 2016

All crazy pieces but Damn, 08 is ****************************************************
Essential album from the 90's with unique vision, mind creation, space songs, space jams.
Lunar music by tech-nician Kimmo.
Each pieces brings you to an private access which will surprise you.
This is // Finland Detroit Electro Techno Ambient Acid Minimal// contribution which will forever dumbfounded U.
Buy it, share it, live it.
technomek

technomek

March 12, 2016
"The Place" will send you straight to the asylum - maybe that's the point.
klangtausch

klangtausch

August 14, 2014

unbelievable space adventures driving right into your mind.
Lapidge

Lapidge

May 2, 2014
Mesmerising techno trips
Gott

Gott

April 17, 2014

one of the cooles techno-LPs in the 90s! ...wow!
bcccl

bcccl

May 2, 2011

Before Gloom, Kim Rapatti had explored the mechanics of techno with varying success, perfecting his take on the genre with the Instruments series. Gloom, in contrast, marks a departure from convention into mood expression using the tools at his disposal; there are echoes of Detroit techno, New York house, Erkki Kurenniemi, Rune Lindblad, the hum of electricity and old oscillators in this highy personal (and Finnish) work. From the credo of I Believe to the transcendental The Place and delicate musings of Fade Away and Wish, this remains, in my opinion, an essential contribution to 90s electronics.