Pan Sonic ‎– A

Label:
Mute ‎– 9078-2, Blast First ‎– 9078-2
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Maa 6:27
2 Pala 0:29
3 Lomittain 3:50
4 Joskus 1:32
5 Askel 5:15
6 Ahdin 2:15
7 A-Kemia 5:01
8 Johto 1 4:23
9 Havainto 3:31
10 Etãisyys 2:26
11 Aleneva 4:03
12 Aktiivi 1:32
13 Rajatila 5:24
14 Johto 2 4:38
15 Telakoe 2:59
16 Sãrmays 1:14
17 Voima 9:13

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

Digipak packaging.

Published by My Ears! My Ears!/Mute Song
Adm by Windswept Pacific Entertainment in the US. and Canada
Mastered @ Country Masters
Cut at Porky Primecuts London
P & C 1999 Blast First/Mute Corporation
Printed in Canada

Info on sticker:
"PAN SONIC obliterate all traces of humanity or melody through the use of cold, robotic beats and mangled samples until the music resembles alien communication." - Alternative Press
also available: Kulma, Vakio and VVV (a collaboration with Alan Vega) Endless

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 24596-9078-2 5
  • Barcode (String): 724596907825
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L903
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2U2Y
  • Matrix / Runout: HV 9078-2 01 M1S1 wea mfg. olyphant Y6366

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BFFP149CD Pan Sonic A(CD, Album) Blast First BFFP149CD UK 1999 Sell This Version
BFFP149 Pan Sonic A(2xLP, Album) Blast First BFFP149 UK 1999 Sell This Version
7243 8 471532 8 Pan Sonic A(CD, Album) Labels 7243 8 471532 8 France 1999 Sell This Version

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Butterman

Butterman

March 31, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

I have to admit that although I consider myself a seriously die-hard Panasonic fan, this release (the full-length album "A") is perhaps what I consider to be the weakest link in the chain of their incredible discography. Don't get me wrong, this is by no means a "bad" release, but to my own ears, I feel that there is much lacking from the Finnish boys this time around. The general feeling seems to be a lack of energy or intensity which is usually predominant in their recordings. Again, Panasonic explore a mixture of rhythms (very dub-raggah at times, and non-regular step patterns), repetitive electronics, and noisy soundescapes. But once again, my own feelings towards this release is that it never seems to take off; it barely glides around ground level, and seems more concentrated on their experimental ambient side than their harsher rhythm style. But perhaps this was their intention, since a few months later they released the EP "B", which is as close to dancefloor Panasonic as one can get.
denisoliver

denisoliver

August 15, 2002

the first release after they were forced to change their name from panasonic to pan sonic. this is the title's origin, as they took up again therein the lost "A".