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Creamcrop Records ‎– CCCD04
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1 Process (2) Romboullion Plane
Written-By, Producer – Benjie Vaughan*, Sean Williams
6:29
2 Yumade Onion Sex
Written-By, Producer – Péa Busson*
7:35
3 Paps & Droidlock Just A Game
Written-By, Producer – Damien Vergnaud, Stephane Papin*
7:28
4 Algorithmic Disorder Algorythmic
Written-By, Producer – Chris Tatitzikidis, J.D. Jensen, Jens Bundgaard, Kostas Alekoglou
6:45
5 Paps The Real Life
Written-By, Producer – Stephane Papin*
8:19
6 Magus Digital Silence (Yumade Remix)
Remix – Laurent Barateau, Péa Busson*, YumadeWritten-By, Producer – Chris Tatitzikidis, Kostas Alekoglou
7:33
7 Magus vs. Pied Piper Paul Imploded Brains (Remix)
Written-By, Producer – Chris Tatitzikidis, Kostas Alekoglou, Pied Piper Paul
8:18
8 Hux Flux Bring Your Own Bios
Written-By, Producer – Dennis Tapper, Henric Fietz
8:45
9 Tegma Doppelganger
Written-By, Producer – Jason Orfanidis, Omar Chelly
8:43

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Mastered @ the Creamplant, Aarhus, Denmark
Distribution: DK-MIS.Label / RoW-Creamcrop / Cosmophilia
Artwork web: (www.vtwinlabs.com)

Algorithms spelt Algorythmic

(P) & (C) 2001 Creamcrop / Made in Denmark

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  • Barcode: 5706608100047
  • Rights Society: NCB

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Jikkenteki

Jikkenteki

October 5, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

Creamcrop brings us a nice collection of tunes in the somewhat hard to describe Creamcrop vein. Process opens it up with a good squiggly tune. Yumade brings us a somewhat groovy percussion based track. Somewhat minimal or maybe techy, but doesn't really sound like either.

Paps and Droidlock are next up and while the track is somewhat funky, for some reason I find the vocal samples a bit distracting. Not a bad tune, but it doesn't do it for me really. A lot of people are calling this the highlight track of the comp, so maybe its just me. The rest of the comp is very much in the same vein, definately psy, a touch techy, but not too much. All are of good quality.

That said, the one highlight that need to be mentioned is Hux Flux's "Bring Your Own Bios". Those farmilar with Hux Flux will know there great brand of full on robotic madness and this track is no different. If this comp had had only this track it would be worth buying. But instead you get a whole cd fillied with quality tunes to compliment this masterfull piece of psy.

Final word - Buy it so you can bring your own bios too. Then enjoy all the other stuff surrounding it when you are done.