Morganistic ‎– Fluids Amniotic

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Input Neuron Musique Ltd. ‎– INM LP 1
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
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Tracklist

A1 Bellows
A2 Soup
B3 It Makes It
B4 Crimes & Misdemeanours
C5 Leaf
C6 Marbles
D7 Let It Go
D8 Wonder

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Distributed in the (UK) by Pinnacle.

Special thanks to Tina ☯ for her goddess like advice from the man who luv's you most & morganistic.

℗ 1994 Input Neuron Musique Ltd.
© 1994 Input Neuron Musique Ltd.
Input Neuron Musique Ltd. in association with General Production Recordings Ltd.

Continuous track-numbering on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 018766 942835
  • Barcode (String): 5018766942835
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side A): INMLP-001 A-1 EW
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side B): INMLP-001 B-1 EW
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side C): INMLP-001 C-1 ZS
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side D): IM̶ INMLP-001 D-1 73

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Fals

Fals

August 21, 2016
There is a misprint on my copy; the B1 is listed as "Leaf" as well as the C1.
Swinger

Swinger

October 15, 2014

I keep this album close to the heart for already 12+Years. If you speak of subliminal analogue techno i think this is the album where you will end up with. I don’t know what the part of Alan Sage was in this masterpiece but i can clearly define Slater’s Signature in here. In 1994 the dark minimal and experimental grooves where far ahead of it’s time and thinking this is 20 years old now it hasen’t aged one second! The ethereal feel of Fluids Amniotic is what can happen if you let artists seek for possibilities to explore, in fertile destinations that artitsts can arrive at if they are left to find their path outside of commercial pressures. It contains tracks for every momentum in a dj-set; simultaneously accomplishes peak-time techno to opening set mood-setting.

The album evolves from murky acid, sinister techno and a belligerent ambient cut. It feels like your trapped into a dark hostile place but you know you will survive it and feel reborn afterwards. Most of my fellow oggers here speak of that they like the opening track: Bellows the most but i really can’t choose a favorite. It’s like choosing a favorite between one of your Offspring.

When you go to a party where Robert Hood, Jeff Mills, Marcel Dettmann or Steve Rachmad is playing listen very closely(and shame on you if you wouldn’t already, get rid of that phone!) they might just play one or even two Morganistic tracks in their set.

An Amniotic fluid is protective liquid contained in the womb of a pregnant woman. A recent study show that It contains a considerable amount of stem cells which can evolve in any cell of the human body. Is Luke Slater a visionairy?
olivieb

olivieb

September 3, 2014
Bellows; awesome track! Rest of the album is good as well!
Orbtastic

Orbtastic

November 11, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Bellows is clearly the best track on the LP, but what a track it is. A pounding, squelching acidy anthem that builds and builds. Fantastic.