Neuropolitique ‎– Nomenclature

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New Electronica ‎– elec 29cd
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2 × CD, Compilation
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Tracklist

1-1 Facility Junction 1:39
1-2 Can't Get Off The Slide 7:00
1-3 Mind You Don't Trip 4:27
1-4 Gene Pools 5:00
1-5 No Feet On Stage 4:38
1-6 Remote Phrases 5:53
1-7 Artemis 6:01
1-8 In The Mix 3:43
1-9 Menage A Trois 5:31
1-10 1494 Backslash 48207 5:58
1-11 Large Spoon 7:25
1-12 Mind Mirror 7:23
2-1 Idiotic Lantern 7:12
2-2 Neu Arena 6:03
2-3 Express Triangle 4:41
2-4 Fusion Neu 4:29
2-5 Report 9:17
2-6 Ad Nauseum 4:55
2-7 1492 Backslash 48207 6:26
2-8 Box 4:10
2-9 Faze 6:57
2-10 Wide 5:50
2-11 365 Fellatio 6:52
2-12 Animated Data 6:05

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Credits

Notes

Sleeve designed at thinkelectric.com
(P) 1996 Beechwood Music Ltd.
(C) 1996 Beechwood Music Ltd.

All tracks licensed from Irdial - Discs and published by Pi43 publishing/Notting Hill Music, except for 1-3, 1-7, 2-10.
2-10 published by Beechwood Music Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016553 702921 >
  • Barcode: 5016553702921
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 82257 ELEC 29 CD (DISC 1) [Multi Media Masters Logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 82258 ELEC 29 CD (DISC 2) [Multi Media Masters Logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1 & CD2, Outer Ring): Mastered by MULTI MEDIA MASTERS Switzerland
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1 & CD2): IFPI L 851

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techsoul

techsoul

July 5, 2008
edited 11 months ago
Wild early Techno by Matt Cogger who learned a lot of his craft working as an engineer for Transmat. The tracks feel and sound like live recordings captured on tape, then further cut and edited. Some standouts are "Wide" (sampling Sylvester!), "Artemis", "Remote Phrases", "MInd You Don't Trip" and "Gene Pools".

Most tracks include at least one or two clear nods towards the Detroit sound. At the same time, they also happily indulge themselves in bizarre, "Warp"-esque sound workouts with a pinch of rave, acid and British IDM. Neuropolitique's sound constantly remains in flux between the musical styles of its time. It is a weird crossbreed at times, but one can hear and enjoy Matt Coggers overwhelming enthusiasm to experiment with sound in it.
Fronhornet

Fronhornet

August 2, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
This deserves to be better known. If you are wondering this is brilliant old school Detroit Techno in the style of Derrick May. Which is not surprising really, Matt Cogger worked under Derrick in the Transmat studio back in 89. Learning your trade from a master seems to work. Theres a lot of really good hi hat rhythms here and great songs like Artemis and Gene Pools. 5/5