Omni Trio ‎– Even Angels Cast Shadows

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Written, produced & engineered at Mainline Studios, Suffolk, UK.
℗+©2001 Moving Shadow Limited. Published by Moving Shadow Music Limited.
Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 56360 90262 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 656360902623
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L055
  • Matrix / Runout: 5503-01MS ASHADOW26CD PROSOFT LOGISTICS I 1050112
  • Label Code: LC 6110

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ASHADOW 26 Omni Trio Even Angels Cast Shadows(4x12", Album, TP, W/Lbl) Moving Shadow ASHADOW 26 UK 2001 Sell This Version
ASHADOW26LP Omni Trio Even Angels Cast Shadows(4x12", Album) Moving Shadow ASHADOW26LP UK 2001 Sell This Version

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giroserex

giroserex

October 23, 2018
edited 22 days ago
Just by listening, the CD is comparitively louder than his previous releases. Suffers from typical mastering compression abuses found on most CDs this era onward. I blame incompetent mastering engineers who know nothing about psycoacoustics. IT disgusts me this middle mans job is to ruins artists music for the sake of sales. The only compression applied should be at radio stations and kno where else.

Perhaps the the vinyl isn't as bad. Anyone know? (regarding it's dynamic range).

I'd probably only rate two tunes on this album anyway so no loss either way.
justinmoss

justinmoss

June 26, 2015

Higher Ground Is the special track here. Nice album overall highly recommend!
scoundrel

scoundrel

October 18, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

The Omni Trio has always had a knack for making beats and loops come together in a gorgeous way, and his 5th full-length proves no different. It is, if anything, a furthering of his earlier album. The wavering synths and thundering drums of "Diffusion Loops" deliver all the digital emotion you'd need, and the piano line and more subdued rhythm of "Higher Ground" continues the trend. By the time the deep and wobbly "First Contact" comes around, you'll wonder if the man can do no wrong. Well, he doesn't; there aren't any egregious missteps on this album. Instead, it's filled with smooth production and rolling loops that mesh impeccably. Although a few later tracks are less successful at integration ("Lucid", "Kashmir"), but the return to form on "Kinetic" quickly covers over any bumps. A remarkably accomplished album.