Terrence Dixon ‎– From The Far Future

Tresor ‎– Tresor 141
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Special thanks to God, Grandparents, Parents, my Family, Mwandc, Dow, Utensil, Metroplex, Juan Atkins, Aron Atkins, Mike Banks, 2030, Kevin Saunderson and to all of Detroit, Romulus and Ann Arbor.


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 718755614167
  • Label Code: LC07572

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Tresor.141 Terrence Dixon From The Far Future(CD, Album) Tresor Tresor.141 Germany 2000 Sell This Version
TRESOR 141 Terrence Dixon From The Far Future(2xLP, Album, RP + 7") Tresor TRESOR 141 Germany 2016 Sell This Version
Tresor 141 Terrence Dixon From The Far Future(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl) Tresor Tresor 141 Germany 2000 Sell This Version


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April 11, 2003

I'd suggest that this does exactly 'what it says on the tin' and is very 'futuristic' both in a stylistic sense and in actuality as I've heard few things like it. There is a similarity between maybe a third of the tracks - I don't find this to be a problem: I find there's enough variation to keep things interesting, and yet the similarities mean that as a dj, one doesn't have to learn every single one of the tracks individually - there is a common theme.
There are also some spellbinding standouts - 'Reasons' is a very unique moment to my ears and I've heard a lot of techno. 'Detroit Express' is a deep, sonorous, breakbeat-driven ode to that melancholy city. All in all, I rate th LP very highly. I would advise buying it as it seems like one of those records which one always likes a lot more if heard maybe even several years *after* it came out. By that time, it will be hard to find, rare and expensive.


January 26, 2003
To me this is a real interesting record , which covers new ground .Though nothing to play out 2 a crowd or listening for relaxation , it never fails to produce a vivid imagination when listening to it . Future Sounds this is indeed . Maybe too far a future for many.(It's among the label maker's favourites) . This and Neil Landstrumm's album (106) are probably the most adventurous and least accessible LP's Tresor ever released .Terrence's record still got a distinctive detroit feel,which i like.


December 5, 2002

This is perhaps the worst record I own; there is little more than a shrill repetition of high-hats and uninspiring quirky basslines. There is little difference between all of the tracks.