T.Raumschmiere ‎– Heimat

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Kompakt ‎– Kompakt 367
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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A1 Zum Mond
Vocals [Additional] – T.Raumschmiere
7:42
A2 Jaguar 7:20
B1 Wacker 7:37
B2 Stoli
Handclaps [Additional] – Ben Lauber, Deadbeat, Nackt, T.Raumschmiere
7:18
C1 Le Fux
Handclaps [Additional] – Ben Lauber, Giovanni Nicoletta, T.Raumschmiere, Tilman Hopf
6:40
C2 Juli 7:30
D1 Amina 5:23
D2 Zwerg 8:50

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Gatefold sleeve

Includes download card.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 8031982143 1
  • Label Code: LC 12012
  • Rights Society: GEMA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Kompakt CD 137 T.Raumschmiere Heimat(CD, Album) Kompakt Kompakt CD 137 Europe 2017 Sell This Version

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depleX82

depleX82

May 19, 2017
edited over 2 years ago

T.Raumschmiere`s Heimat is really one of the best Techno Albums in 2017.
Wacker, Stoli or Zwerg are Gorgeous Tracks you won`t forget so qiuickly.

It is also a Beautiful Gatefold with well knowns Kompakt Quality Pressings.
Just a Beautiful Release. As Blurb describe it Perfectly: It is an Essential Tune!!
Blurb10

Blurb10

May 4, 2017

Purchased this early at Amoeba in Hollywood (they constantly have releases that arrive prior to the "official" release date, don't ask me how). A stellar combination of minimalist tracks that thankfully finds T.Raumschmiere toning down his electro-roots in favor of a more sublime, fragile sound, very much in vein of his Kompakt label-mates' releases. "Walker" is the clear stand-out, an odyssey through melodic, nostalgic techno, reminiscent of Sascha Funke and earlier Nathan Fake work. "Jaguar" is a less principled but more sprightly track, thumping along on its 4/4 beat and surreal flourishes. "Stoli"'s throbbing tech-bass-line is drunk on its titular vodka - perhaps the closest T. comes to emulating his old sound - but with a heavy dash of The Field infused into it. The rest of the album is a consistent, powerful blend of techno that's both forward-thinking (for the artist) and nostalgic of releases of yore for the connoisseurs amongst us. Essential.