Regis ‎– Delivered Into The Hands Of Indifference

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1 Hands Of A Stranger 5:09
2 Body Unknown 4:51
3 Disease Through Affection 4:53
4 Barriers 4:56
5 Concentrate 4:47
6 Escape From Yourself 4:40
7 Indifference 4:53

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  • Design, LayoutAMSV
  • Photography ByO'Connor*, Sutton*
  • Synthesizer [Synthesis], Tape [Tapes], Percussion, Recorded By [Studio]Regis
  • Written-By, ProducerRegis


All tracks written and produced [...] at 8m Birmingham 1997/98.

Universal Distribution, Integrale Muzique.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 028563 250125
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5028563250125
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L600
  • Matrix / Runout: [SNA logo] DN CD5 05289802 LBR 02

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July 2, 2017
wow, this is a seriously twisted release where every single track is massive.


June 18, 2009

The debut album by Regis, "Delivered into the hands of indifference", is rooted even more in harder aspects of techno, with barely any ornaments or excessive elements. But it's all here; from the hard and loud percussion, devastating drum patterns, to amazing rhythmic sequences which - in all their apparent simplicity- unveil their true meaning only through careful listening, the drive and the furious energy. Just check Disease Through Affection, and how fiercely does it roll along: relentless drum rolls, a repeating hook and a stomping bass line, drilling in your head at light speed. Or better yet, the closing track, Indifference, with that sharp synth and that cerebral whistling effect which is guaranteed to poke through both of your ear drums, while all along this window shattering kick never gives you a second's worth break. Awesome! Regis created many tracks within this niche, but you'll appreciate the quality once you find yourself crazily and irresistably dancing in a sitting position. Most tracks here develop into such adrenalin rush trips sixty seconds into them, that you will be left with no other option but greedily hug the speaker. He actually has the talent to combine the few layers he uses in a manner so catchy and so powerful that you'll be absolutely hypnotized. At the forefront, you will always hear devastating kicks and incredibly pulsating bass lines (and those ingredients will grab hold of you at first), but then after multiple listens, you will hear micro segments interacting and changing throughout the background. Clearly a step above his debut "Gymnastics", and he would go even further with "Penetration", but be not fooled as each of his albums is a black woolf in a sea of sheep.