Transllusion ‎– The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate

Supremat ‎– supremat 03
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album

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SUPREMAT 03 Transllusion The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate(CD, Album) Supremat SUPREMAT 03 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
Tresor.270 Transllusion The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate(3x12", Album, RE, RM) Tresor Tresor.270 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
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Tresor.270 Transllusion The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate(CD, Album, RE, RM) Tresor Tresor.270 Germany 2014 Sell This Version
Tresor.270 Transllusion The Opening Of The Cerebral Gate(3x12", Album, RE) Tresor Tresor.270 Germany 2018 Sell This Version


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February 26, 2018
repress available now on redeye for pre order . .


February 3, 2018
edited about 1 year ago
Dimensional Glide needs to be released as a single, it is that amazing.


May 21, 2015
C1: Electro. Gorgeous acidized vintage Detroit freak out jackin' tune. Progresses by treating the near perfect riff with a squelchy LFO that slightly unfortunately overdrives the production values of the time and arguably doesn't do enough top hit the absolute highest level. Still. [TEN]
C2: Electro. Proper, proper, proper amazing tune. Aggressively funky synth bassline. Kraftwerk-esque electronic piano simply stabbed, overlaid with the lushest sweeping synth chords then just when you think the dream is over it's beautifully reprised. [GOLDTEN]
D1: Horror Electro. While this is very well conceived, this brand of electro is just so difficult to listen to, to enjoy. It's oppressive, nightmarish and unfortunately endured. [SIX]
D2: Electro. Cute opening electro piano riff added to with various squeaks, scratches and stabs. An unsteady cacophony ensues drunkily trying to hold itself together always on the point of unraveling. Difficult, though in it's way beguiling. [SEVEN]


August 26, 2014

Tresor repress on the way!! (CD, 3LP, and 12") ... yes!


March 5, 2013

The 12" single also released on Supremat features 2 exclusive tracks not available on the CD or 2xLP album, plus "Do You Want To Get Down" which features on the CD versions but not the 2xLP. If you like this album, you'll need to get the 12" single too!


November 30, 2012

This may be the most amazing piece of detroit techno so far released.


April 1, 2006
edited over 13 years ago

It is very tough to capture the magic of this incredible album in a few words. It is indeed one of the greatest Drexciyan albums to have ever been released. I have to say this release has a more normal sound than L.I.F.E. Some tracks will indeed work on any dancefloor.

As in all Stinson's work, the tracks on this record has great depth and very odd structures which makes it worth listening over and over.

As Transllusion (Stinson) said: Open Your Mind To Another Time, Place And Dimension. Feel Electronic Music In Away You May Have Never Felt Before.

These words say it all...

R.I.P. James.



September 18, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

Words cannot describe how fucking awesome this album is. Its one of the best of Drexciyas numerous side projects. The sheer quality and diversity of the tracks is astounding even for James Stinson.

Negative Flash and Cerebral Cortex Malfunction are great shuffling electro tracks that will work on any dancefloor.
However its Crossing Into The Mental Astroplane and Transmission Of Life that are the standout tracks for me. That quite harsh and metallic Ultradyne-esque sound with quite a glitchy feel. That sense of profound danger, urgency and alarm is something that you will not hear anywhere else.