The Detroit Escalator Co.* ‎– Soundtrack [313]

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Ferox Records ‎– FER-CD2
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Tracklist

1 Gratiot 4:15
2 Abstract Forward Motion (As A Mission) 3:41
3 Force 8:54
4 The Inverted Man (Falling) 3:48
5 Tai Chi And Traffic Lights 4:47
6 Gathering Memory 5:48
7 3:38
8 Shifting Gears 8:03

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 016556 750226 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5016556750226
  • Matrix / Runout: MASTERED BY NIMBUS C3419 FERCD 002 · 1:0
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L123

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FER LP 2 The Detroit Escalator Co.* Soundtrack [313](2xLP, Album, Ltd) Ferox Records FER LP 2 UK 1996 Sell This Version
XQAW-1010 The Detroit Escalator Co.* Soundtrack [313](CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Pap) Spiral Records (3) XQAW-1010 Japan 2007 Sell This Version

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Richardlanfranc

Richardlanfranc

July 25, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
One of my favourite albums. Really truly stunning and hasn't dated one bit. Beware, however, the replication of tracks from here on Excerpts, the D.E.Co compilation. Five tracks from here are on Excerpts, so only get both if you are a true completist!
scoundrel

scoundrel

April 16, 2004

Some of the warmest, most beautiful techno not done by someone named Carl, Juan or Derrick. The Detroit Escalator Co.’s debut, <I>Soundtrack (313)</I>, on the sorely missed Ferox label, is deeply emotional with a gorgeously electronic sensibility. From the opening strains of “Gratiot” and the reverb chords of “Abstract Forward Motion (As a Mission),” there’s a deepness that transcends genre. Oftentimes, the tracks float by as pure ambient works (such as “The Inverted Man (Falling)”), but when a rhythm does emerge (as on “Shifting Gears”), it’s not the typical kick drum. The drum programming fits the mood of the track, rather than being a catch-all 4/4 beat. Sublime.