Various ‎– Endlessnessism

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1-1 Sarilou Compactism
Written-By, Producer – Magnus Lindberg (3)
4:59
1-2 Quant Quantasm
Remix – Jonas Quant*
5:43
1-3 Bedouin Ascent Spasm
Remix – Kingsuk Biswas
8:27
1-4 The Bowling Green Deja Vuism
Remix – Micko Westmoreland
5:05
1-5 Ian O' Brien* Ianism
Remix – Ian O'Brien
8:14
1-6 Endemic Void Coffeyism
Remix – Danny Coffey
5:23
1-7 Roupe Somnambulism
Remix – Rupert Brewer
5:48
1-8 Nonplace Urban Field Fryedism
Remix – Bernd Friedmann
4:29
2-1 Spacer Endlesspaceism
Remix – Luke Gordon
6:55
2-2 As One As Oneism
Remix – Kirk Degiorgio
7:14
2-3 Funki Porcini Crashism
Remix – James Braddell*
5:28
2-4 Bullitnuts Schism
Remix – Bullitnuts
7:16
2-5 Argonort Onanism
Remix – Alan Gubby, Nick Westwood
6:09
2-6 Jimpster Antidisestablishmentarianism
Remix – Jamie Odell
7:23
2-7 Hab Realism
Remix – Hab
6:29
2-8 Friend Mannerism
Performer [Lvl3 Solo Burst] – EltonRemix – Magnus Åström
5:58

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Mastered at Studio Tonteknik Sweden 1998
Made in Sweden.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 393210 183155
  • Barcode (Scanned): 7393210183155
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): DOTCD 04/1 [DCM Sweden logo] 18022517
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): DOTCD 04/2 [DCM Sweden logo] 28022606
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L051
  • Rights Society: BIEM/n©b
  • Label Code: LC 8433

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DOTLP04 Various Endlessnessism(12", Comp, TP, W/Lbl) Dot DOTLP04 Sweden 1998 Sell This Version
DOTLP04 Various Endlessnessism(4x12", Comp) Dot DOTLP04 Sweden 1998 Sell This Version

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andregurov

andregurov

April 8, 2010

In retrospect, this album was an idea whose time had come past due. So fittingly 90's, and indeed fittingly Dot, a label that strongly featured artist remixes of orginal tracks as B-sides: remixes of remixes of remixes. The a-list of remixers is deep and well-selected: Kirk Degiorgio, Ian O'Brien, Bedouin Ascent, Nonplace Urban Field, Jimpster are but a few. Dot's own roster has a few missteps, but acquits itself quite credibly in comparison.

For 16 tracks, the quality is kept high. Roupe's "Somnambulism" sounds so very unlike anything else he did, and so narcotically fresh. Endemic Void does exactly what you think he would do, and turns in a very decent dnb tune. The Bowling Green creates a funky, forceful track that reflects the early promise he showed. And you've got to smile at Nonplace Urban Field's brief recognition of track they remix (Roupe's).

Is it a 5 star album? Probably not. But there is enough diversity - and individual personality - reflected in these tracks to make you reach for it far more often then you'd think you would. It certainly has become one of my favorite albums.