+One* ‎– Bare Necessities

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deFocus ‎– FOC357CD
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CD, Album
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Style:
IDM

Tracklist

1 Sticker 5:05
2 Nibble 6:02
3 Yip 6:03
4 Shao 7:32
5 Metro 4:31
6 Il 5:39
7 Helix 6:41
8 Arabesk 7:36
9a List 7:18
9b Mayday 6:38

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Notes

Track 9 has a hidden track after 47 seconds of silence.

℗ & © 2000 deFocus

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5036865001765
  • Matrix / Runout: D9382 FOC 357 CD 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L129
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2329

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FOC357CD +One* Bare Necessities(CD, Album, Unofficial) deFocus (2) FOC357CD Russia 2000 Sell This Version
foc357 +One* Bare Necessities(2x12", Album) deFocus foc357 UK 2000 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

August 14, 2015

BARE NECESSITIES, Plus One's debut, was produced by Plaid, and their influence shines through in jaunty melodies and crisp drum programming. The perky joy of "Sticker" or the tropical leanings of "Shao" certainly bear their hallmarks, but the electro of "Nibble" suggests a slightly different direction, as does the jittery play of "Yip." The tropics return with the percussion of "Metro," though the melody takes on angular forms, and this sharpness leaks into "Il." Some mystery wanders its way onto the electro of "Arabesk," and "List" harnesses some industrial tones, while the hidden track, "Mayday" chirps quietly along. A little-known gem.
Onanon

Onanon

October 10, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
produced + written by plaid +one friend.
Kowarisuki

Kowarisuki

August 21, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

For those who've been run clean off his/her feet looking for a sound close to Plaid's. This is the album you need and it's as close to Plaid as you can get. Very interesting and very mild but has no xylophone play which is usual for Andy and Ed. Overall worth buying. The most amazing track is hidden right after 'List'.
Neolmas

Neolmas

January 16, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
I feel this is a terrific release, well worth the money if you can even find it. I don't think there's a single bad track, much of it is upbeat and very creative, with some more emotional work as well. The Plaid influence is obvious and helps quite a bit, but this stands out on its own as well. One of the gems in my collection.
_subkonsius_

_subkonsius_

March 18, 2004
Maybe not as great as some of his influences but I definitely think that there is more going on than just some reworked PLAID tunes. I would definitely check out the next release.