Oasis (3) ‎– Oasis Collaborating #2

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FXHE Records ‎– OAS-2200
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1 Oasis Fifteen 6:25
2 Oasis Sixteen 7:24
3 Oasis Seventeen 6:32
4 Oasis Eighteen 0:57
5 Oasis Nineteen 7:55
6 Oasis Fourteen (Unreleased Version) 7:20
7 Oasis Twenty 7:37
8 Oasis Twenty One 7:19
9 Oasis Twenty Two 6:46
10 Oasis Twenty Three 5:32
11 Oasis Twenty Four 1:56
12 Oasis Twenty Five
Theremin – Shadow Ray
7:03

Credits

  • Producer, Composed By, Recorded By, Mixed By, Mastered ByOasis (3)

Notes

Text on back of CD: "Warning! This album contains the motown minimal sound. The revolution will not be digitized. Oasis"

Produced, composed, recorded, mixed and cd mastered by Oasis at FXHE Studios in Detroit.

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OAS-2200, OTLCD1050 Oasis (3) Oasis Part 2(CD, Album) FXHE Records, Octave Lab OAS-2200, OTLCD1050 Japan 2006 Sell This Version
FXHE-2200 LP Oasis (3) Oasis Collaborating #2(2x12", Album) FXHE Records FXHE-2200 LP US 2005 Sell This Version

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shaolinsoul

shaolinsoul

July 29, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
An absolute stunner album from Detroits hero Omar S. The tracks an Oasis 3 scream originality, produced in an effortlessly low key and dirty minimal detroit sound that really sh*ts on everything else these days. However the track Oasis nineteen REALLY caught me surprise, A sublimely simple percussion loop reminiscent of something from a tribal ritual deep in south Asia accompanied with some live cutting and knob twiddling. This Track has POWER and last time I dropped it a party it got a few strange reactions at first but it seems the crowd really got into its pounding hynoptizing rhythm as the track builded. All in all an exceptionally forward thinking/visionary LP!!
pipecock

pipecock

February 4, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

Wow. This is the most recent in an unprecedented run of great music on the Fxhe label. The Oasis collaboration worked very well on the first LP/CD, lending a very atmospheric almost Basic Channel type feeling to alot of the material. In their second full length in the last 12 months, they redefine their sound without changing things up too much. This is a much more bleepy and chord riddled affair, very techno indeed. Standouts for me are the remix of Fourteen and the sublime Seventeen. I'm dying to hear what they'll come up with for their third LP!!!