Pluramon ‎– Pick Up Canyon

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Mille Plateaux ‎– MP 26
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1 Untitled 0:27
2 Noh 9:53
3 Phantom 3:10
4 Self 3:32
5 Skala 5:24
6 Peak
Percussion – Jaki Liebezeit
1:35
7 Planet 11:04
8 Ton Ab 7:50
9 Teental 11:22

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4 panel Digipak.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MP 026 Pluramon Pick Up Canyon(2xLP, Album) Mille Plateaux MP 026 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
MP 26 Pluramon Pick Up Canyon(2xLP, TP, W/Lbl, Promo) Mille Plateaux MP 26 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
si09mc Pluramon Pick Up Canyon(Cass, Album) Sound Improvement si09mc Poland 1999 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

November 30, 2014

Pluramon's debut, PICK UP CANYON, starts with a random, assemblage of an intro, but once "Noh" starts, it all starts to make sense, as the ambient drift carries a vaguely East Asian edge in its instrumentation, all before the drums start clanging in. "Phantom" is much quieter, with a single guitar pluck amongst the spaciousness, while "Self" lets a buzz continue beneath the radar as the guitar riff and slow drum rhythm echo above it. "Skala," on the other hand, is almost ambient, with its reversed tones and thrums, leading into the waves of feedback on "Peak." One of the longest tracks here, "Planet," similarly starts off ambient, but grows in strength and volume in a classic post-rock vein before dropping off into complete silence, a pattern that's repeated by the even-slightly-longer "Teental." I think the album, as a whole, could have done with more focus, however, but it's still a pleasant listen.