Robert Hood ‎– All Day Long

Label:
M-Plant ‎– M-P 309
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Untitled 5:47
A2 Untitled 4:50
B1 Untitled 6:07
B2 Untitled 5:55

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Durations are not mentioned on the release.

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  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): Can You Identify?

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techsoul

techsoul

January 11, 2009
At first, this one seemed pretty dull and repetitive to me. Knowning Robert Hoods "Moveable Parts", I was missing the factor of all the constant little changes happening to the different sounds. All four tracks sounded like they were only looping the same few bars forever.

However, these tracks ARE full of variation. But the variation comes in very late, just when you wouldn't expect it anymore. The idea works - after hypnotizing the listener for the first half of their playtime, these sparse and raw tracks suddenly start to reveal surprisingly complex and jazzy melodies and moody basslines that make your jaws drop for sure.

Four pieces of guaranteed madness on the dancefloor - but only if you use them right!
dr_dugo

dr_dugo

June 21, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

The B2 is really an excellent track; typical Hood-minimal, and from the half of the track get through to a wonderful melody. Probably one of Hood's best track. But the others... IMHO totally meaningless and empty tracks, just for filling the EP. Even so if You like Rob Hood, worth buy this record, because the B2 is more than amazing!