Phutureprimitive ‎– Kinetik

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1 Cryogenic Dreams 6:24
2 Kinetik 5:30
3 Xotica 5:02
4 The Changeling 5:32
5 Rapid Cognition 5:14
6 Ripple Effect 5:36
7 High Rez 5:33
8 Predatory Instincts 5:39
9 Center Of Gravity 4:29
10 Disappear
Vocals – Rain (14)
3:39

Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover] – Android Jones
  • Composed By, ProducerRain (14)
  • Mastered ByNick Moon

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Published by Native Harmonix

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Phutureprimitive Kinetik(CDr, Album) Not On Label (Phutureprimitive Self-Released) none US 2011 Sell This Version
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metele

metele

October 25, 2011
first two reviews are totally nonsense, this is the album of year 2011
lexacorm

lexacorm

October 19, 2011
Every track on this album is worth listening to. I don't understand how this album is getting bad reviews, it is incredibly musical and full of life. Each song is journey with nuance and emotion. I have listened to this album everyday for the last 3 weeks and some songs are just now starting to make sense to me. If listeners are dissapointed that this doesn't sound like Phutureprimitives last album, they should listen to Phutureprimitives last album. There is no other "dubstep" like this and I genuinely feel like electronic music moves forward with this release. If you approach this album without expectations it will unravel itself for you and its quite a ride.
SPoekast

SPoekast

July 8, 2011
edited over 7 years ago

I agree with the other two reviewers that this is generally a disappointing album. It's not just that the album is a mass overload of dirty bass and dubstep gimmickry - when this album manages to get away from that for a moment or two, we're into some other bad ideas that don't work. "Ripple Effect," for example, is a sliver of good craftmanship fleshed out into an *outrageously* bad track. The vocalizing in "High Rez" is uninspired. "Disappear" sounds like a 1999 Moby cast-off.

The album's best tracks are 1, 2, and 4. "The Changeling" is a guilty pleasure and probably my favorite track. The bass drops in "Xotica" are actually nice and the bass is among the crustiest on the album - if The Changeling is a guilty pleasure, than this is guiltier and less of a pleasure. "Cryogenic Dreams" is probably the pick-to-click track.

The rest either are unsuccessful or wear out their welcome.
Vitamin420

Vitamin420

March 28, 2011

Dear Phutureprimitive, where have you gone?

It's not like this album is *bad* and Rain is an untalented, run-of-the-mill musician... but I feel like the direction of his musical creativity has shifted dramatically since his last release. The talent is certainly still present - but it's not where fans of Sub Conscious would expect it to be. The music is more superficial, with your stereotypical club-dub influence present in almost every song, but the emphasis is placed on ... well, the ability to bob your head to it. This is not a deep, subtle album that you can swim through as it tells you a story; but rather, one you can put on as background music and occasionally bob your head to a certain section of a song you like. Unfortunately, there is nothing memorable or worth-while here.

Not in line or on-par with what I've come to expect from the Phutureprimitive moniker. If Rain hadn't focused so much on the club scene, this would have been a much better release. The potential is there, but it just sounds off-beat... sort of like he should have released it under a different name?