Terre Thaemlitz ‎– Soil

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Instinct Ambient ‎– AMB:007-2
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Tracklist

1 Subjective Loss, Day 83 9:25
2 Elevatorium 10:43
3 Yer Ass Is Grass 8:22
4 Trucker 9:53
5 Aging Core, Aging Periphery 10:04
6 Cycles 11:41

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Number 7 in the Instinct's 1995 Ambient Systems Series.

(p)(c) 1995 Instinct Ambient.
Recorded at Meow.
Printed in the USA.

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  • Barcode (Text): 7 20841 00072 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 720841000723

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mgwood

mgwood

March 10, 2016

Trucker is pure meditative bliss. Continues to make me emotional. Phenomenal track off a brilliant album.
auralistica

auralistica

October 31, 2011
edited over 4 years ago

Elevatorium is just.....
I've got no words.
That may sound a bit corny, but aside from the concept and context which every work of Terre possesses, all these tracks are beau-ti-ful. the sounds are living and outer spacey; repeatative but unpredictable. my precious late night soundtrack.
7.52

7.52

January 9, 2011
I am inclined to concur. Elevatorium is uncannily beautiful.
benow

benow

March 21, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

Wow. This is one of my favourite ambient CDs ever. Luscious drifting layers of repetition. Very slow, very nice. I've found myself repeatedly coming back to give it a 5. Besides the slow drift, which some find challenging, Yer Ass and Cycles are fine sound sculptures around disturbing samples... contrasting like sand in butter. Of them all, elevatorium is my favourite, taking 8 minutes of drift to build to a soft groove. As far as ambient goes, IMO, it's hard to do much better.