Mortal ‎– Deco

I.S.D.N. ‎– ID-01
CD, Album


1 Moroccan Dip 6:11
2 Rouen 9:32
3 Minus One 6:44
4 Mentor: Low Flying 10:00
5 Test Drive (Autobahnana) 9:24
6 Chrysler 4:52
7 Luxor 11:03

Companies, etc.



Made in Germany. (On Disc)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 001617 436325
  • Barcode: 4001617436325
  • Matrix / Runout: SONOPRESS T-4611/ 085-43632 A
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L024
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0798
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 8100


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March 23, 2014

cone on lets have the next release


June 1, 2009

This is a stunning record. I know the Code boys.This album was writen and produced during the making of Code's second album "Sky Forever" (1998).Hopefully one day that will also see a release. Contrary to popular belief, Code did not split but went on to morph into cult band H2SO4 and subsequently superGiant. Myth has it that there is a second Mortal album entitled "Disco Levante", but I can't find it on the net.
Highlight of "Deco" is the fat opening synth on Moroccan Dip , Mentor-Low Flying and Chrysler. Elegant retro-futurist chic. Magnificent.


April 5, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Anyone who got hooked on Code's excellent "Architect" album owes it to themselves to give this record a spin. This release isn't in the same class as "The Architect" however (there are too many underdeveloped tracks on it), but fans of Code who shell out on this disc will find great value for their money in "Moroccan Dip", "Minus One" and in particular "Mentor: Low Flying". The title of the latter may seem mysterious at first glance, but it's an excellent description of how the track sounds: A glowing meandering loungy Kraftwerkian groove (if Kraftwerk were to do a downtempo cover version of Autechre's "Doctrine" it would sound like this). At 10 minutes the song feels far to brief, it should just roll on and on and on...