Pulshar ‎– Nospheratu

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Phonobox ‎– Phonobox005
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Nospheratu 6:40
B Nospheratu (Echospace Reduction)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Echospace
11:17

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A-Side 45 RPM
B-Side 33 ⅓ RPM

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CARPEYOLO

CARPEYOLO

November 26, 2016

The B side is a phenomenal piece of dub techno. The tension builds and builds and then a bit over the halfway mark it delivers with the introduction of a simple yet highly effective piece of percussion that makes you want to move. A slick and underrated piece of music right here.
3cityjay

3cityjay

August 2, 2012
edited over 6 years ago

Nightmarish, dreary, haunting masterpiece of an EP, this is Pulshar's finnest hour.
The original's dubby delivery burrows deep into your darkest fears while the hipnotic, trudging vocals push you over the edge straight into terror's lair.
The Echospace Reduction on the flip side is an 11 min long, stripped-down dub-suite, still carrying the unyielding 4/4 rhythm, while transforming all the emotions into a nebulous, murky, unconsolable haze.

And then there's the simply stunning cover art, with stills from the original 1922 Nospheratu, Murnau's chilling adaptation of Stoker's Dracula.

Indeed, never say his name aloud, never speak it aloud...