Various ‎– Boredom Is Deep And Mysterious

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April Records ‎– APR 001CD, April Records ‎– APR001CD
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1 Dub Tractor See Trough Cabins
Written-By – Remmer*
7:07
2 Dub Tractor P-Phase S.T.
Written-By – Remmer*
6:19
3 Acustic Dimension
Written-By – Skaaning*
4:33
4 Acustic Coral
Written-By – Skaaning*
6:45
5 Recycler 202 Recycler 202
Written-By – Remmer*, Skaaning*
9:10
6 Double Muffled Dolphin Alphapulse
Written-By – Fjeldberg*
10:20
7 Double Muffled Dolphin Betaspin
Written-By – Fjeldberg*
8:39
8 Opiate John Lilly In Loop
Written-By – Knak*
6:04
9 Opiate L.Ö.L.
Written-By – Knak*
10:50
10 D.A.W.N. Dawn
Written-By – Remmer*, Skaaning*, Knak*
4:08

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Catalog # on back cover is APR001CD, spine reads APR 001CD.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 709498 100128
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5709498100128
  • Matrix / Runout: [DanDisc logo] APR 001 CD 94051713 [DanDisc logo]
  • Rights Society: n©b

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laerm

laerm

September 21, 2009
edited over 5 years ago

Boredom is…this album. I like static ambient (I've got, er, 10 Mathias Grassow albums) but this one doesn't hold any attention at all. The pieces are too much of the same cloth: gentle pads, a little occasional arpeggiation, maybe a touch of percussion every now and then. The second Opiate track is really out of place, though, sounding more like :zoviet*france: or The Hafler Trio (which, in an odd way, almost makes it the best track on the disc). I'll agree with the reviewer who loves the last track, though — it's about the only keeper on here.
random_numbers

random_numbers

January 13, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

A truly masterpiece that none of the subsequent releases in the "Boredom-series" ever matched. The final track Dawn has to be the best ever Danish ambient production - actually painting pictures of early mornings on my mind.