Terrence Dixon ‎– From The Far Future

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Tresor ‎– Tresor.141
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Tracklist

1 Running Time 3:52
2 Untitled 4:40
3 One Bedroom Apartment 7:24
4 Detroit Express 5:13
5 Reasons (Vocal Mix) 4:30
6 What Up 4:03
7 Bonus Beat (Remix) 4:49
8 The Bionic Man (Remix) 3:36
9 Early Space Pioneers 3:53
10 Shuffle All Circuits 4:18
11 Hard Times 4:23

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Credits

Notes

All music by Terrence Dixon, 1999. 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.

℗ & © by Tresor Records 2000
Made in the EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 7 18755 61412 9
  • Barcode (String): 718755614129
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9427
  • Matrix / Runout: [DADC logo] A0100309458-0101 11 A1
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 07572

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
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
Tresor 141 Terrence Dixon From The Far Future(2xLP, Album) Tresor Tresor 141 Germany 2000 Sell This Version

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4nalogue

4nalogue

March 17, 2015
One of the best examples of Detroit techno available. Many of the tracks are variations on a theme, but amongst them are found the full range of serenity, toughness, funk, machine and soul that make up the idiosyncratic sound of true techno.
techsoul

techsoul

February 23, 2009
This is not one of those albums that screams "Detroit!" while presenting you all the usual sonic suspects on a silver plate. But this is indeed Detroit Techno in the finest sense of the term. The title really says it all - those tracks are from the far future, and without a doubt, they will sound unusual to your ears at first. I can't really describe why this is - it's just a different take on Techno. Listen to it for yourself.

Terrence Dixon develops an incredibly detailed and precise map of his musical vision, and he is consequent and confident enough to keep focused on what's new about his music.

Much of today's Techno keeps on repeating the same old story of where it came from. Terrence Dixon is one of the few who apparently choose to remain curious about where it may head someday. And that's what Techno music was about instantly, wasn't it?

What are you saying? Techno is dead?

Eat this!