Tristan ‎– Audiodrome

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Twisted Records ‎– TWSCD9
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1 Fetish 8:44
2 Valve 6:24
3 Dreamtime 7:09
4 Reptile Mind 9:00
5 Lore Of Fives 6:55
6 Perimeter 10:05
7 Mind Over Matter 6:03
8 Martian Arts 7:51
9 Infatuation
Written-By – John Petit
8:49

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All tracks WRP @ Bournville Studio.
Perimeter: Vibes from Dan & Ash.
(C).MCPS 1999.

Marketed & distributed in the UK by Recognition via Polygram/Universal.
Twisted Records Ltd.
Made in E.E.C.

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  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TWSLP9 Tristan Audiodrome(2xLP, Album) Twisted Records TWSLP9 UK 1999 Sell This Version
none Tristan Audiodrome(9xFile, WAV, Album) Not On Label (Tristan Self-released) none UK 2012

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Ricky_Fitts

Ricky_Fitts

September 23, 2016
edited 8 months ago

Hard to understand why most people find this album mediocre. I first encountered Tristan on the Twisted Records compilation Various - Demented. His track "Small Paper Squares" is easily the strongest track on it. "Audiodrome" continues this tone with fast-paced, dark Psy-Trance at it's best. It lacks the catchy melodies of artists like Shpongle or Man With No Name however and the artwork...well...lets face it - it looks like some body hole. Seriously.
charlietheking

charlietheking

November 21, 2015
This is a good album, which neatly encapsulates the dark, minimal sound which was popular at the time. A couple of the tracks fall a bit flat, but Valve and Perimeter are stormers. Agree with comment about the artwork though - it's horrible.