Oscar Mulero ‎– Grey Fades To Green

Warm Up Recordings ‎– WU26LP
4 × Vinyl, 12", Album


Part I - The Grey
A1 Under The Street Lights
A2 Taken To The Wrong Way
B1 Same Shoes Different Streets
B2 Selección Natural
C1 Road To Pleasure
C2 46 (Re-work)
D1 Repeater
Part II - The Green
E1 Letters From Madrid
E2 Dreams Of Happiness
F1 After All
F2 The Darker Days
G1 Last Regrets
G2 Grey Fades To Green
H1 Silent Air



Gatefold Sleeve.
Comes with Passcard to download tracks as mp3 files.

Track C1 printed as "Road To Pleassure" on label.

All tracks written for Warm Up recordings in 2010

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Stampings): 88338 1A WU26LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Stampings): 88338 1B WU26LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Stampings): 88338 1C WU26LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Stampings): 88338 1D WU26LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E Stampings): 88338 1E WU26LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F Stampings): 88338 3F WU26LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G Stampings): 88338 1G WU26LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H Stampings): 88338 1H WU26LP
  • Barcode: 8 437008 843377

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WU26LP Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(14xFile, Album, MP3) Warm Up Recordings WU26LP Spain 2011
WU26CD Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(2xCD, Album) Warm Up Recordings WU26CD Spain 2011 Sell This Version
WU26LPDISC3 Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(12", Album) Warm Up Recordings WU26LPDISC3 Spain 2017 Sell This Version
WU26LPDISC2 Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(12", Album) Warm Up Recordings WU26LPDISC2 Spain 2017 Sell This Version
WU26LPDISC1 Oscar Mulero Grey Fades To Green(12", Album) Warm Up Recordings WU26LPDISC1 Spain 2017 Sell This Version


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September 16, 2013
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March 18, 2011

An absolutely astounding album by the high & mighty Oscar Mulero. A fantastic gatefold quadruple LP, with the grey side presenting the familiar off kilter madness he's been known to churn out for years now. Compulsory for fans of the BMB/Counterbalance sound. The green side has mr. Mulero diving deeper than ever before; two sides of immaculate complex noisy electronics, ranging from downtempoish IDM, through to minimal acid (the flawlessly ticking After All), adding organic build ups, lengthy harmonic passages, totally abstract electronica (Aphex Twin like title track - just check that beat out!), high frequency hisses from the abyss, rounding it all off with the swooping broken beat cut, the grand Silent Air.

The first two sides are wonders in their own right, walking that tough balance between Sandwell District and Downwards, with resonating experimental complexity which never loses the term 'techno' out of focus, well thought out drum programming and charging acoustic fury, there are seven gems here which deserve their place in any self respecting DJ set throughout the season. Intensity wise, the whole album peaks with Repeater, a five and a half minute bass line air raid assault bound to please any purist and then some.

However, for those like myself who have been widely familiar with the man's work, the real surprise is the green part. No cookie cutter formulaic easy listening lounge stuff here. More edgy and tongue in cheek than its grey counterpart, these two sides slant more in the direction of his recent efforts such as "Thin as christ" or the new collaboration 12" with Exium, "1996/Nothing to prove". It is as challenging as it is satisfactory and ear pleasing to the respective listener. It really does sound like Oscar is chasing new musical interests, and seeking out new ways to explore his musical hunger. I must admit, he does so with the amount of self confidence a lesser artist could not have pulled off. After years of ferocious techno artillery like "The nine", "46" or his phenomenal "The damage done" series with Christian Wunsch, he shows it's time to pursue new and unexplored territory. The "dare do" philosophy I often miss in techno these days is really saturated to the fullest here, as Oscar absorbs years of musical experience, building upon, and unleashing it on this album.

Basically, if you've enjoyed some of last year's most anticipated albums like Robert Hood's "Omega" or the elusive Sandwell District full length, then you seriously have no excuse. This one is released on three sound carriers, so obtaining a copy should be easier than leaving from work on a friday afternoon. It has seriously been a while since an artist displayed so much craftsmanship in techno. Through fourteen tracks, Oscar Mulero provides something for the darkest and toughest parts of a club night, through to high quality listening material to the most demanding living room heads, chilling out after that same party... In brief: miss at your own peril. You have got to hate everything from techno, be it back to basics four on the floor or harsher industrial injected off beat sounds, back to more uncategorizable electronic gravy and everything in between if you don't treat yourself to "Grey fades to green". More than just a stalwart producer aimed at the dance floors, he proves that he's as stentorian of a musician as he's a peerless DJ. Most important of all is that Oscar Mulero has soul, plenty of it, and it shows throughout this album.