Pub ‎– Do You Ever Regret Pantomime? +Live

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Art Union ‎– ARTMOA-002, Moamoo ‎– ARTMOA-002, Art Union ‎– artmoa002, Moamoo ‎– artmoa002
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Tracklist

Do You Ever Regret Pantomime?
1-1 In The Meantime 4:55
1-2 Paper Aeroplane 14:49
1-3 Heavy Metal (Hand Over Fist) 3:42
1-4 This Can't Be Happening 5:51
1-5 Vilees Wideeo 8:48
1-6 Luddite 2:11
1-7 Faggy Trax 2:02
1-8 Dilemma 6:28
1-9 Optimistic In Wonderland 8:03
1-10 Overcome 11:19
1-11 Slide Show 5:48
The Bunker Sessions
2-1 In The Meantime (Intro) 0:37
2-2 Puzzle 8:30
2-3 Cherry Tree 2:08
2-4 Crawl 3:51
2-5 This Can't Be Happening? 4:05
2-6 Film 12:43
2-7 Summer (Scons On The Lawn Mix) 9:40
2-8 Hands 3:28
2-9 Vilees Wideeo (Wristflick Mix) 3:14
2-10 Oilslic 8:12
2-11 Never Better 4:58
2-12 Miner 4:58
2-13 Cheers 7:18

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Notes

CD1 is Pub's debut album Do You Ever Regret Pantomime?, originally released on ampcd01, 2001. CD2, The Bunker Sessions, recorded live at the Bunker in Köln, Germany 19th September 2000. Tracks 2-2 to 2-4 and 2-7 to 2-13 = unreleased exclusive

Catalog no. on spine and obi: ARTMOA-002
Catalog no. on discs: artmoa002

℗ ampoule 2000
© moamoo / art union 2005

Limited to 1000 copies
Released in 6-panel Digipak, with obi

Barcode printed on obi

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 4 941135 800027
  • Barcode (Scanned): 4941135800027
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LB80
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LB76
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, mirrored): IFPI 2N81
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 2N13
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): ARTMOA002 IFPI LB80 050929263N
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): ARTMOA002 bonus IFPI LB76 051005344N

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tdutym

tdutym

October 24, 2011

This Japanese version has a remastered sound compared to the original album.
JonnieDarko

JonnieDarko

December 18, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

Further to my comments on the original release this extra 'Live' CD just seems seems to strengthen Pub's agenda as a force of greatness in electronica at present. We are somewhat without the Basic Channel fix nowadays, but Pub I feel bring their own Aural soup to the table. Fusing heart-wrenching chords, swirling sounds, aquatic trademark beats & just pure mind enveloping music.
Back to this release; again no particular favourites as they're all truly amazing. But to be informative;
The opening transmission hiss of 'In the meantime' brings us to the rolling sounds of 'Puzzle'. Sounding like a missing electronic music transmission picked up in the ionospheres of a bygone planetary age. 'Cherry Tree' is very reminiscent of FSOL's 'Glass' in some respects, repeated notes layered over a swirling chord that shed some light before we head into the darkness of 'Crawl'. This piece could overlay the journeys of an unknown amoebic lifeform. The slight acid stabs & nervy beats overlaid to suggest a slightly uncomfortable journey ahead but not too much..Then again turning more lighter for the live rework of the great 'This can't be happening'..Pure Pub & just superb. More remix magic & live work again this time with their most popular release 'Film'..they have really opened this 'classic' up i feel with emphasis on the chords this time round; you really want to hear this track travelling about, It just brings so many personal things home to you-i feel- clarity beyond belief. Same again with 'Summer (scons on the lawn mix)' ..Echoed pads & a distant pounding beat overlaid make this a truly hyponotic piece..slowing the original track down & bringing to the fore your attentions for a greater train of thought.
Other greats are 'Oilslic','Never better' ambient masterpieces.. Life affirmimg indeed my friends. it just feels like a tireless long journey within.
Put this on & do not be disturbed for 73 minutes...at least!!

This isn't just music, it's an artform for those who want to hear it..

Pub - Future Thought Pioneers.