T.Power ‎– The Self Evident Truth Of An Intuitive Mind

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WEA ‎– 0630 11957-2
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CD, Album, Partially Mixed
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Intellect
1 Circle 6:40
2 Square 3:29
3 Trapezium 2:19
4 Octogon 3:57
5 Triangle 4:54
Emotion
6 Indigo 5:06
7 Silver 2:55
8 Turquoise 6:37
9 Amber 8:17
Bonus
10 The Mutant Jazz Remix - Rollers Instinct (DJ Trace Remix)
Remix – DJ Trace
6:29
11 Turquoise Remix 9:51

Credits

Notes

Licensed from Sound Of The Underground (SOUR)
Dedicated to Blue Laybourne born 1st June 1995
Recorded at Loco Studio in Wales.
All tarcks published by Active / Mutesong.
Track 11 published by Sound of the Underground Records.

℗+© 1995 WEA Music
Warner Music Germany. A Warner Music Group Company.
Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
Made in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 0630-11957-2 7
  • Matrix / Runout: 063011957-2 WME
  • Other (Label Code): LC 4281
  • Other (Rights Societies): GEMA/BIEM
  • Other (SID Code (Mastering)): IFPI L011
  • Other (SID Code (Mould)): IFPI 0583

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SOURLP003, SOUR LP 003 T.Power The Self Evident Truth Of An Intuitive Mind(2xLP, Album) SOUR, SOUR SOURLP003, SOUR LP 003 UK 1995 Sell This Version
sourcdlp003 T.Power The Self Evident Truth Of An Intuitive Mind(CD, Album) SOUR sourcdlp003 UK 1995 Sell This Version
none T.Power The Self Evident Truth Of An Intuitive Mind(9xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM) Adastra Recordings none Canada 2015
sourmclp003, S.O.U.R.MCLP 003 T.Power The Self Evident Truth Of An Intuitive Mind(Cass, Album) SOUR, SOUR sourmclp003, S.O.U.R.MCLP 003 UK 1995 Sell This Version
SOURLP003, SOUR LP 003 T.Power The Self Evident Truth Of An Intuitive Mind(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) SOUR, SOUR SOURLP003, SOUR LP 003 UK 1995 Sell This Version

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ollsmells

ollsmells

January 15, 2014
I was recommended this along with 4hero's album Parallel Universe by a Discogs commenter, I bought them both on a whim and I never looked back once. This album is absolutely stunning, really amazing. If you do buy it I would recommend sitting down and dedicating an hour or so to listening to the whole thing, when I did this I was gob smacked! Five Stars!
Pumasnotman

Pumasnotman

March 15, 2003

Im impressed and glad to see the absolutely positive comments on this, my first T-Power CD, but not even close to how amazed I was, when I first heard this album back in 1995. I was, at the time, DEEPLY into funky gangster fusionjazz, and this was one of a few electronnic CD's that lured me away from that musical path. I wanted diversity and challenge from music, and this CD gave me both even though it wasnt "played". It opend my "jazzy fusion-ears" for the whole concept of sequencing, as an art. I brought this CD around everywhere, and one day I lost it, I went out and bought a new right away....! This work was ahead of its time... and maybe still is.. Recommended !!
Holmsey

Holmsey

February 14, 2003

Probably the most ground breaking album ever, shame his music went a bit weird after this. But no one has ever come close to creating such a piece.
RosscoPico

RosscoPico

January 20, 2003

One of the most innovative and truly original drum'n'bass albums. This one really stands out from the crowd, and despite being marginalised within the fraternity, I would rank him alongside Photek as being one of the new wave of drum'n'bass artists to really push the boundaries of what this genre is truly capable of... and there's more to come, no doubt. (Also check out Jet Chamber 3 by Pete Namlook & Atom Heart, inspiring stuff).
circlesky

circlesky

September 12, 2002
I think this is an underrated masterpiece. It's production is crafted so brilliantly it makes you wonder how Mr Royal came up with it all. One for all electronica fans - it's genius basically.
Koremori

Koremori

June 25, 2002

The masterpiece of drum n bass style at its best period beeing on the rise - so emotional, so true ... this is my favourite d n b release ever.
Marc Royal works with incredible talent - rythmically and melodically harmonized and with so dance in all tracks. I know that d n b was defined far before 1995 but this record is kind of culmination of what is this style capable of ... if you like d n b - you have to have it.