TPower* ‎– Waveform

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Anti Static Recordings ‎– TPOWCDLP2
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1 Life In The Freezer 1:13
2 A Large Grey Area 8:55
3 G13
Effects [Additional Noise] – Paul Clarke (7)
2:05
4 Purple Sunshine Blotter
Effects [Additional Noise] – Paul Clarke (7)
3:30
5 Bionic Chronic 6:59
6 Inversion Boots
Effects [Additional Noise] – Paul Clarke (7)
2:45
7 Postcards From Pluto 7:44
8 Splinters 0:40
9 Stress Fractures
Vocals [Analytical] – SkanWon*Vocals [Backed Up By] – Theo S, M.D.*
7:05
10 Nilus Protocols 5:09
11 Reality Pants
Effects [Additional Noise] – Paul Clarke (7)
5:30
12 Refraction 6:44
13 G7 1:00
14 Fluffy Crystalised Phat Bags 4:13
15.1 CO₂ At Ripening
Effects [Additional Noise] – Paul Clarke (7)
3:03
15.2 (silence) 1:25
15.3 Untitled 8:09

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Made in Great Britain.

'Sounds created by throwing them into a bucket and banging it with a big stick.'

Issued in a transparent jewel case.

Track 15 is not 3:05 as stated on sleeve, but contains a hidden track (a field recording of somebody lighting up and smoking). Total duration of track 15 is 12:37.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5029345002291
  • Matrix / Runout: TPOWCDLP2 MADE IN THE U.K. BY CD-SYSTEMS 06414

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none T.Power Waveform(15xFile, FLAC, Album, RM) Adastra Recordings none UK 2016
none T.Power Waveform(15xFile, ALAC, Album, RM) Adastra Recordings none UK 2016
AVCD-11483 T.Power Waveform / Police State(CD, Album + CD, EP) Avex Trax AVCD-11483 Japan 1997 Sell This Version
TPOWLP2 TPower* Waveform(2x12", Album) Anti Static Recordings TPOWLP2 UK 1996 Sell This Version
TPOWLP2 TPower* Waveform(2x12", Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Anti Static Recordings TPOWLP2 UK 1997 Sell This Version

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Numanoid

Numanoid

March 19, 2018
edited 9 months ago
An extremely disappointing follow album! Why change a winning team? Why trash your personality and individuality, why become a follower instead of continuing as a leader and pioneer? Change for change sake is not required. This is just another of drum and bass'es "going dark" albums, so vogue at the time that they got sold thirteen to the dozen, texture having won over content. Sad.
WIllFujiwara

WIllFujiwara

August 8, 2017
this is one wild album considering he dropped The Self Evident Truth a year before it which is considered a classic. This album throws you for a loop and takes you on one crazy ride