Pan Sonic ‎– X

Label:
Blast First ‎– BFFP165CD
Format:
CD, Compilation, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

1 Panasonic* Alku 2:31
2 Panasonic* Murtoneste 6:49
3 Pan Sonic Pala 0:31
4 Pan Sonic Kuusi Halko 4:57
5 Pan Sonic Johto 2 4:41
6 Panasonic* -25 5:15
7 VVE O 5:14
8 Vainio / Väisänen / Vega Endless 4:35
9 Panasonic* Parturi 5:41
10 Pan Sonic Telakoe 2:59

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Credits

Notes

Limited edition of 1000. Compiled for The Wire.

This was originally only offered as a bonus to new subscribers of "The Wire" in February 1999.
The remaining copies were then sold later.

Packaged in a card sleeve, some copies came with a Pan Sonic pin attached through the center.

Track 1 taken from Vakio.
Tracks 2 and 6 taken from Kulma.
Tracks 3, 5 and 10 taken from A.
Track 4 taken from B.
Track 7 previously unreleased.
Track 8 taken from Vainio / Väisänen / Vega - Endless.
Track 9 taken from Osasto EP.

Pan Sonic releases available: 'A' (BFFP149) 'B' (BFFP161) 'Kulma' (BFFP132) 'Osasto EP' (BFFP128) 'Vakio' (BFFP118).
VVV releases available: 'Endless' (BFFP147).
Coming soon VVE (never published).
P & C 1999 Blast First/Mute Records Limited.
Made in Wales.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016027 611650
  • Barcode (String): 5016027611650
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): [Nimbus logo] D4003 BFFP 165 CD : 1:0
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI L123
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2308

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Butterman

Butterman

April 1, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Like all bands, Panasonic have good moments, and lesser good moments. This "X" compilation is a very weird one because it is by far NOT a best-of compilation... Far from it, actually. Yet, it isn't a compilation of their worst moments either. Rather, it is a collection of their typical, more "so-so" tracks from various releases. For example, the piece they took from their "B" EP is what I consider to be the weakest track off that EP, but that's just my personnal tastes. I wouldn't call this one a "must have" for Panasonic fans, but there is an unreleased piece, the track "O", which is a preview of their collaboration with Neubauten's F. M. "Mufty" Einheit under the band name VVE. Still, a very saught-after and rare collectible, a great addition to any Panasonic collector out there.