Opiate ‎– Objects For An Ideal Home

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April Records ‎– APR029CD
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Tracklist

1 PK 50 3:37
2 Toothpaste 1:51
3 Try A Balloon! 4:00
4 Welcome! 4:01
5 Sorry Or Am I? 3:39
6 Quick Save On A Sunday 4:18
7 Read-thru Colours 3:48
8 Monday Nightcap 3:57
9 Tennis At Wimbledon 3:29
10 Below Minus 4 4:13
11 People (Remember Salami)! 4:00
12 Smile Like Us! 3:23
13 Hubble At Hobby Industries 4:18
14 Are You? Yes! 3:32
15 To Draw A Line 6:52

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℗ 1999 April Records APS
© 1999 April Records APS

Issued in a transparent jewel case.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 709498 102924
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5709498102924
  • Matrix / Runout: TOCANO DK 39901 0014
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2Z03
  • Rights Society: n©b

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HI 001 Opiate Objects For An Ideal Home(2xLP) Hobby Industries HI 001 Denmark 1999 Sell This Version
HI 001-2001/04 Opiate Objects For An Ideal Home(2xLP, RP) Hobby Industries HI 001-2001/04 Denmark 2001 Sell This Version
dccd-007 Opiate Objects For An Ideal Home(CD, Album, RE) disques corde dccd-007 Japan 2007 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

April 24, 2013

Chill rhythms with some IDM touches: Opiate's OBJECTS FOR AN IDEAL HOME at times sounds like a soundtrack for a lazy evening at home. Though Knak occasionally structures tracks like Wishmountain-era Herbert ("Toothpaste," for instance, builds up more concrete sounds to make your teeth shine), more often, he offers a sweetly melodic note, like on "PK 50," "Sorry Or Am I?" or "Tennis at Wimbledon." Other tracks, like "Welcome" and "Smile Like Us!" have carefully crafted rhythms that stand out, while "Read-thru Colours" brings an antiquarian feel to the instrumentation, even as "Monday Nightcap" goes interstellar. "Hubble At Hobby Industries" brings a nocturnal mood to the proceedings, while "To Draw A Line" closes things in dreamy, bucolic territory, similar to ISAN's work. It's an open house!