Undark ‎– Undark 3396

em:t ‎– 3396
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1 Red Scatter
Written-By – Brian Eno
2 Ice In The Sleeve 7:00
3 Stone's Eggs
Written-By – Michael Brook
4 Blood Is Climbing 8:54
5 Rain In Our Room 10:51
6 How Safe Is Deep?
Written-By – David Sylvian
7 Underground Kite 8:59
8 Her 200 Bones 6:53

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Recorded & mixed at Square Centre Studios, between April & July 1996. Cellos recorded at St. Agnes Lutherian Church, London.
These recordings have been spatially expanded using the Roland® Sound Space 3-D sound imaging system.

Distributed in the UK by Pinnacle / Published by t:me Recording Ltd, except track 1 published by t:me Recording & Opal Ltd; tracks 3 & 6 published by t:me Recording & Opium (Arts) Ltd. / Released in a digipak sleeve.

℗ 1996 t:me Recording Ltd. © 1996 t:me Recording Ltd. Made in England.

The "1:0" part of the matrix is stamped on the mould.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5025989963325
  • Matrix / Runout: C3806 EMIT 3396 · 1:0 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L123
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2311

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September 9, 2017
Unspoken gem. Moody, rhythmic lots of what sound like odd sampled instrumentation as well as long drawn out string swells and distant chants. The music here is heavily processed in areas and wouldnt be far removed from something Alan Wilder of Depeche mode would create. Its film like quality and dynamic compositions place this release head and shoulders above alot of the 4 on the floor ambient music made in the day.
Irregardless of other commentary here this is NOT undeveloped, thoughtless music unless your a classical music snob or have a personal bias towards Mill's music. This cd is a fine 90s release which fill snugly into the classic em:t catalog of yore. And btw this release has nothing to do with WOOB!


March 27, 2012

Undeveloped, uninteresting, overly repetitive. Very few ideas. Avoid.


July 26, 2002
Along similar lines to the Woob releases - phenomenal recording but lacking in depth compared with Woob 1194.