Various ‎– MASK 300

Label:
Skam ‎– MASK300
Series:
MASK (6) – 300
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition
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Tracklist

A1 Covork Larynx Constriction 4:57
A2 Thought Universe To Hold Within 5:04
A3 Vendor Refill Untitled 3:51
A4 Foreign Terrain Daisy Daisy 2:00
B1 Mear Shorepark 5:51
B2 Metamatics Stum 6:53
B3 Plateau (6) Untitled 4:36

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Notes

Limited to 300 copies. There are no indicators on the release as to the correct track order.
Track A1 contains samples of the track "It Takes Two" by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: AE 11495/A
  • Matrix / Runout: AE 11496/A

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spa5tik0lonz

spa5tik0lonz

September 26, 2015

The last track on the B side is not "Plateau" I think this is "Mear" better known as Geiom or Kamal Joory. It's the last beautiful track sounding like Bola on this ep. If you listen to some early Kamal Joory material especially the ep on Smak, you will see what I mean.
markhadman

markhadman

July 25, 2011
The 4'50" track A1 (NOT A3) is in fact 'Larynx Constriction' by Covorc (note the spelling), which can be confirmed by a visit to http://www.myspace.com/covorc. Yes, it features samples from Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock "It Takes Two", but it was never intended as a remix. It was made in my bedroom studio by Covorc (aka Lee Gilbert) sometime between September 1994 and May 1995 using my Yamaha SY-85 (sat right next to me and still in use) and my long dead Atari ST running Cubase and Mastersound.
homecharlie

homecharlie

August 17, 2009
The highlight on side A is the track by Covork (who is this?!), which features some nice melodies, rhythms and, surprisingly, a female vocalist. The last two tracks are really show stoppers: Metamatics turns in a dancy number a little reminiscent of the songs on ISS:SA. The best is saved for last with a track that must have been written by Bola. This song sounds like a more beat-oriented VM8, or a smoother Shoob, E, and is easily in the same league as either of these Fyuti pieces.

The whole album is solid, making this a rare release (as far as compilations go) where there's no urge to skip tracks. Don't let the high asking prices scare you away; this is definitely one of the brightest gems in the Skam catalogue.