Off And Gone ‎– Everest

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Harthouse America ‎– HH 1026-2
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Tracklist

1 Gods Have Gone 6:53
2 Everest 7:18
3 Kopli 11:39
4 Sprinkle 8:49
5 Shasta 5:42
6 My God 9:16
7 Sigma Receptor 7:51
8 Europia 7:15
9 Phosphanes 8:13

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Credits

Notes

Written, produced and performed on analogue, digital and acoustic instruments.
Doctored by MC2 at Red Stripe.
Administered by BMG/UFA Musikverlage.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 11521-1026-2 3
  • Matrix / Runout: RB03269HH1026 RAINBO
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L125

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HHLP 018 Off And Gone Everest(2xLP) Harthouse HHLP 018 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
EYE UK CD 010 Off And Gone Everest(CD) Eye Q (UK) EYE UK CD 010 UK 1996 Sell This Version
HH PRO CD 003 Off And Gone Everest(CD, Album, Promo) Harthouse HH PRO CD 003 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
EYE UK LP 010 Off And Gone Everest(2xLP) Eye Q (UK) EYE UK LP 010 UK 1996 Sell This Version
HH CD 018, HHCD018 Off And Gone Everest(CD, Album) Harthouse, Harthouse HH CD 018, HHCD018 Germany 1996 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 23, 2016

Though Off and Gone only released a single album, EVEREST, with its dreamy breaks and spacious atmospheres. It's evident immediately on "Gods Have Gone" which twinkles and floats around, grounded by the percussion, at least until the title track drives in some 4/4 beats buoyed by some Indian-inspired flutes (which recur in "My God"). "Kopli," as well, engages that psychedelic feel without ever going over-the-top, and "Sprinkle" engages pure ambience, all the better to let "Shasta" wander about with its more guitar-centric melodic lines. There's a careful attention to melody here, and even when they engage with the acid, as on "Sigma Receptor," they keep something melodic in the background to hang onto. And even if "Europia" wobbles a bit too much, the closer "Phosphanes" meanders pleasingly. An unfortunately overlooked album.