Techno Animal ‎– Re-Entry

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7243 8 40404 2 0 Techno Animal Re-Entry(2xCD, Album) Virgin 7243 8 40404 2 0 Europe 1995 Sell This Version
7243 8 40404 2 0 Techno Animal Re-Entry(2xCD, Album) Virgin 7243 8 40404 2 0 Europe 1995 Sell This Version
7243 8 40404 2 0 Techno Animal Re-Entry(2xCD, Album) Virgin 7243 8 40404 2 0 Canada 1995 Sell This Version

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TimBucknall

TimBucknall

August 22, 2017
referencing Re-Entry, 2xCD, Album, 7243 8 40404 2 0

I have a non faulty version so they do exist!
there is no way to distinguish the faulty/non faulty versions without playing them it seems, certain the disc matrixes are no help

another innovative release in Virgins Ambient Series
i prefer disc 2
KeenanJohnston

KeenanJohnston

December 1, 2016
referencing Re-Entry, 2xCD, Album, 7243 8 40404 2 0
Don't know about anyone else's, but my copy of this is all fucked up. Seems like both discs were mastered for the first disc's tracks, so the "Heavy Lids" disc has identical times to the "Dream Machinery" disc which makes all the tracks start at the wrong times (and the last song gets cut off because the first disc has a shorter play time). I believe the discs were labelled incorrectly as well (the one that says "Dream Machinery" is actually "Heavy Lids" and vice-versa).
browna

browna

November 18, 2016
referencing Re-Entry, 2xCD, Album, 7243 8 40404 2 0

A deranged excursion into the bleak, dark heart of electronic music! Desolate, isolated and extremely warped sounding mutant hip hop beats are enveloped with melted, liquid drones and menacing abrasive effects.
This is a real beast of an album and heavy going at times but what an experience and certainly not to be missed!! 666 is the number of the beast.
PLAY LOUD!
matthoyt

matthoyt

July 30, 2014
referencing Re-Entry, 2xCD, Album, 7243 8 40404 2 0

Nope the tracks on disk two are different than disk one. Disk two is entirely beatless/ambient if I recall right, where disk one is filled with dub sounds and beats.
incuswetrust

incuswetrust

November 10, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Re-Entry, 2xCD, Album, 7243 8 40404 2 0

Yep, one of the key albums in the mid-90's melting pot of ambient and other compatible musics: coruscating industrial, hip-hop and isolationist dub as heavy as tamazepam. The second disc, despite being beknighted by the presence of Jon Hassell's narcotic trumpet playing, is one heavy and grueling dose of ambient dubplate. Yet oddly enough not too much of a real downer. Inspired and a real aural feast for the zeitgeist of that post-rave time. Highly recommended. 5/5
drgiggles

drgiggles

October 24, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Re-Entry, 2xCD, Album, 7243 8 40404 2 0

This is one of the most intense albums out there, super trippy, lots of drones and echo and hypnotic sounds, some with beats some without. A couple of the tracks have trumpet from Jon Hassell, exotic mutated trumpet similar to some of his other works. Listen to it loud or with headphones on and prepare to be blown away.