Pub ‎– Creid

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Ampoule ‎– ampcd555
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Tracklist

1 Clovert 8:17
2 Knew Life 10:25
3 Matters 13:46
4 Foriver Poddle 8:20
5 Balance 8:54
6 Sheltear 10:56
7 Tomorrows Reunion 13:56

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Notes

Available as a limited edition first run in manila gatefold sleeve with inserts (sticker and photo card) in homage of the manila vinyl sleeve trademark that Ampoule used back in the 90s. All additional runs will come as standard.

p&c 2012 Ampoule Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: MMF 7006
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AAHY2

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ampcd555 Pub Creid(7xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Ampoule ampcd555 UK 2012

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JonnieDarko

JonnieDarko

September 10, 2012

Well..It's been a full 7 years since 'liltmor' was released, a personal album from Pub as well as a great one & upon listening to this & judging by the catalogue number, this really does seem like an extension of the release '555' in 2007.

Not that I'm complaining too much as it's definitely an improvement over the latest 'Draft' releases (a few of which I've also reviewed)
I guess also one can say that, I for one wanted more of DYERP sounding tracks here of which I so adore, even 'liltmor' offered a slightly more expansive sound & that release as a whole worked really well.
This release is a melancholic affair & certainly one I can drift off to & imagine landscapes far & wide, escaping the suburban realities of life.
But I do feel a sense that something is missing & judging by Pub's Making Trakcxs & Draft series, he is capable of much more than what has been produced here with Creid.
In particular 'Knew Life' sounds like an unreleased track from 'liltmor'
Not entirely a misfire by any means but for people who are new to his works, may indeed love what has been made here but for an ardent, long term fan like me, I feel that there should be 'mor'

Still a pleasant ambient album fit for environments of even daytime or night time excursions & worth listening to for all 74 minutes.
7/10.