Panasonic* ‎– Osasto EP

Blast First ‎– BFFP 128
Vinyl, 12", EP


A1 Uranokemia 6:24
A2 Telako 4:59
B1 Parturi 5:42
B2 Murto 6:25

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etchings on A side: "To Mr. Adkins"
etchings on B side: "Welcome To The Mardi Gras"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A runout): BFFP 128 - A1 // KM / TO MR. ADKINS // A Porky Prime Cut. / B
  • Matrix / Runout (B runout): Prime ✓ BFFP 128 - B1 // KM // Welcome To The Mardi Gras.

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BFFP128CD Panasonic* Osasto EP(CD, EP) Blast First BFFP128CD UK 1996 Sell This Version
BFFP128 Panasonic* Osasto EP(Cass, EP, Promo) Blast First BFFP128 UK 1996 Sell This Version
BFFP128, 9025-1 Panasonic* Osasto EP(12", EP) Blast First, Mute Corporation BFFP128, 9025-1 US 1996 Sell This Version
BFFP128CD Pan Sonic Osasto EP(CD, EP, RE) Blast First BFFP128CD UK Unknown Sell This Version


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July 18, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

The first track, Uranokemia, is ridiculously intense. It sounds like "electronic" music in the purest sense, imparting a feeling almost like electrocution. Some of the best bass I've heard in a track -- the dynamics are almost like electro, but overall it's a deep, heavy assault that sort of defies classification. I'd love to hear this played through a huge PA. It sort of reminds me of Tri Repetae era Autechre, but less atmospheric and more direct. The other three tracks are intense distorted hammers -- cool, but I think the first track really stands out with its awesomely smooth dynamics. If you see this, buy it.


August 25, 2002

The straightest release of Pan Sonic. They never got closer to the clubs, especially Murto is a hammer for the floor.