Pita ‎– Get Down

Label:
Mego ‎– MEGO 049
Format:
Vinyl, LP
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Tracklist

A1 We Don't Need No Music
A2 43353.rf
A3 Concrete Raver
A4 Our Pen!
B1 Acid Udon
B2 Vent/Glass
B3 Iida Denki
B4 Track Seven
B5 Fine Swex

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Credits

Notes

Done on the Twisted 3 Harddisc, various locations 06/00-01/02.
Mastered at SRM, Vienna 02/02.
Cut at D+M, Berlin 02/02.
Outer cover & label digital source photography, Paris 10.01 & Tokyo 11.0.

With full colour cardboard inner sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, etched): MPO MEGO 049 A (symbol) at D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, etched): MPO MEGO 049 B (symbol) at D&M

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mr.datsun

mr.datsun

October 6, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
The samples here sound like they've been recorded at 33 1/3 rpm. I always play this at 45 rpm – because it has always sounded right to me. Any opinions on this? EDIT it's officially meant to be played at 33 1/3rpm.
20pennies

20pennies

December 12, 2002

a powerhouse of banging metallic ambience and playfulness.
mego camp is light years ahead of "glitch" and this album serves
notice of Pita's ability to evolve within what some consider a limiting sound field.
can-tank-er-us
kaini

kaini

October 3, 2002

This is the usual Pita sound. If you already like it you'll dig this as well. I myself find it very good and interesting though not as fresh as I'd want it to be. The music: It's Glitch,Glitch,Powerbook manipulations and weird clicks and bleeps.Pure Mego that is. The first tracks of each side are my personal picks because they seem to be somewhat different than the rest. Anyway there's no one better than Pita in what he does so I'll stop complaining!