Salz ‎– Tiefsee

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Salz ‎– Salz 007
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 N-41
A2 O-55
B1 N-44
B2 O-59

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Notes

Distributed via www.formic.de

This record was originally planned to be released on Deepchord Records, but was eventually released on Salz instead.

The track names are the exact position of the Titanic.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Salz 007 Salz Tiefsee(12", W/Lbl) Salz Salz 007 Unknown Sell This Version

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TIM

TIM

October 30, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

"I think the big bang was in the year 2000. Anybody wanted to sound as a basic channel. One of the best were deepchord. This guys asked us to release a record on their lable. We had sent them 4 Tracks. Only one was fit enough for them to be released on deepchord. Our sound was to much salz and not enough Basic Channel... But we hadn´t had the time to make three other tracks. So we decided not to release on deepchord (what was a difficult decision) and take the whole tracks to the Salz 007 -Tiefsee- ..."
- taken from Salz here in the discogs forum in 2002 when I then was recently a new member.

My favorite Salz record. N-41 has a very cool laidback melody even though its got a upbeat rhythm ; really for a scenic beach drive. Track A2 should be played at 45 rpm btw. More of dub techno peak track of beautifulness. Swirling echoed bells making it tech house pushed on by a well done baseline bubble. b1 has a more dubby tech feel of sci-fi sounds. B2 rounds it out with a more Herbert or Ian Pooley minimalism feel. The A tracks are especially worth getting. As with most Salz records a poor crackle full pressing.