Montauk P.* ‎– Def=Lim

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Blue Room Released ‎– BR073CD
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1 About Montauk 2:47
2 Lizardman 7:23
3 Pham 8:45
4 Def=Lim 7:20
5 X-Plore 1:22
6 Elektroid 8:51
7 AV Unit 11:51
8 Turn The Page 10:21
9 If I
Vocals, Lyrics By – George DIN
5:42
10 Understood?!
Vocals, Lyrics By – George DIN
7:10

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The album title on the release is "Def=Lim" and in the sleeve notes of Trip Through Sound 2 the album title is "Definition is Limitation".

Packaged in a three-fold (6 panel) cardsleeve which is further housed in a slipcase. The EFA code is stickered on back of slipcase.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (String): 617936907329
  • Barcode (Text): 6 17936 90732 9
  • Label Code: LC 6110
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout: S BRO 73 CD 01 DISCTRONICS
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L502
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8722

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BR073CD Montauk P.* Def=Lim(CD, Album, Jew) Blue Room Released BR073CD UK 1998 Sell This Version
BAM 6001 Montauk P.* Def=Lim(CD, Album) Blue Room Americas BAM 6001 US 1998 Sell This Version
BR073LP Montauk P.* Def=Lim(4x12", Album, Gat) Blue Room Released BR073LP UK 1998 Sell This Version

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chimushi

chimushi

September 25, 2017
I just received the Trancentral 6 CD and I loved the cut X-plore that was on it so I thought I would explore further this artist Montauk P. Listened to a 12" with the tune electromagnetic that I liked a lot then I listed to this. What I like here is the extended length of X-plore. Almost 2 minutes more than on the Trancentral Comp. Not much more here for Goa trance fans but the last song on this CD "Understood?!" is really something you should listen to before you move on. A very deep, trippy psychedelic tribal track with a lot of very cool percussion. I have to buy this just for the last track. The extended version of X-plore is a bonus.
transition-metal

transition-metal

August 3, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
I always thought of this release as a hybrid of goa and techno but on this page it's clasified as techno electro, oh well i must be wrong. Lizard Man is by far the stand out tune on this album, it is slower in tempo-125bpm, the intro is long with a deep bassy brocken beat and some low key vocal samples, the good thing is the beats never become boring, Montauk work the beat for the whole duration and never once resort to what i call beat cliches or generic beat patterns and simple skips, instead the beats here stop, shuffle, skip and kicks off multiple times, there is even a very short no nonsence drum role towards the ends that lead Lizardman to it's conclusion, when listening to Lizard man it feels more like prog rock than techno at lease with the arrangement of the track, the sounds are all very much techno 5/5 . The only other trackthat i like is AV UNIT, the other tracks leave a lot to be desired, " turn the page" contains a very apocalyptic vocal but the tune is so repetetive with very little in the way of variation except for a really cool riff that comes in about half way through but it is short lived and it soon reverts back to boring repetetive shite, the other tunes are nothing to get excited about either.