Ms. John Soda ‎– No P. Or D.

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Morr Music ‎– MM031CD
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Tracklist

1 Technicolor 4:18
2 Misco 4:18
3 Go Check 4:15
4 Solid Ground 3:27
5 By Twos 5:50
6 Unsleeping 4:07
7 Hiding/Fading 4:56
8 Elusive 4:51

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Credits

Notes

Produced at Uphon Studio, Weilheim, 2002.
Mastered at Bereich 03, München, 2002.
Micha Acher published by Abzocker Musikverlag / Neue Welt Musikverlag

Released as a clear tray Digipak with a special booklet, which has 24 tripartite pages and allows you to compile different characters of robots and band members.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 015698 197426
  • Label Code: LC 10387
  • Matrix / Runout: HAND 0208020
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LL88

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MM031 Ms. John Soda No P. Or D.(LP, Album) Morr Music MM031 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
031 mm Ms. John Soda No P. Or D.(CD, Album, RP) Morr Music 031 mm Germany 2004 Sell This Version
MM031 Ms. John Soda No P. Or D.(CD, Album, Promo, Car) Morr Music MM031 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
031 mm Ms. John Soda No P. Or D.(CD, Album, Unofficial) Morr Music (2) 031 mm Russia 2004 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 31, 2008

Ms. John Soda’s debut album, _No P or D_, is a pleasantly mellow slice of post-rock electronic pop, a sort of specialty of Morr Music. Although the opening track "Technicolor" starts out almost purely abstract, it eventually coalesces halfway through. "Go Check" has a perkiness that shifts into an indie rock groove (a vigor that returns with "Unsleeping"), while “Solid Ground” flits around with some simple piano keys and pizzicatos. "Elusive" takes the album out on a strong note, the melody rich and delicate. Solid, if ultimately unremarkable.
twisted-TXB

twisted-TXB

September 30, 2003

I do not agree with the the above comment. "No P. Or D." is a wonderful release! Simple at first, but the more you listen to the album the more you realize it's complexity. Stefanie Böhm has a perfect voice, and Micha Acher is on par with all his other excellent projects. IMO one of the best Morr Music releases of 2002.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

June 26, 2003
Not really that good an album. Someone else can go ahead and like it. I found about two maybe three songs that are worth a good listen, of which I don't know which ones they are right now. The best and most memorable were released on comps anyways so save the dosh and wait till you see it used if you simply must have it.
Neat tri cut mix and match book comes with the cd.