Voafose ‎– Voafose

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Rephlex ‎– CAT 182 CD
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Tracklist

1 Hocus Focus 0:54
2 Quord 3:37
3 Weather Soc. 0:52
4 Splintech 3:46
5 Welcomist 0:06
6 Threpton 7:27
7 Mysteryonics 0:35
8 Maybe A Garden 1:58
9 Cassette 1:40
10 4_Voice Three 1:09
11 Taptics 2:45
12 Whistle For Us 1:11
13 Woolard 2:52
14 Big Ben 2:06
15 Wooden League 1:53
16 Ism-ist 6:54
17 Requesticles 0:16
18 Glarrod’s End 0:38
19 Watson 8:37
20 Bogus Pocus 1:05

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Notes

Tracks 6, 15 previously released on Lo Recordings.
Track 8 recorded at cormjah stvdios, Evston.

℗ & © 2006 www.rephlex.com
Distributed By: Forced Exposure, JVC, La Baleine, Neuton/Rough Trade, Lowlands, Inertia, Goodfellas, SRD (UK)
Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 66908 01822 8
  • Matrix / Runout: www.musicbase.uk CAT182CD 126585 01 IFPI LV81 IFPI KA02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV81
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI KA02

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CAT 182 CD Voafose Voafose(20xFile, WAV, Album, RE) Rephlex CAT 182 CD 2009

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withoutatrace

withoutatrace

January 24, 2007
edited over 12 years ago

I don't really think this record has much in common with Weirs, though it's definitely as good or better. There's really no way to categorize this; it keeps aspects of ambient, but it also has tracks that are just vocal samples that are heavily modulated. As far as atmosphere, this is every bit as haunting and engaging as Weirs is. Listen to this in a quiet room or empty house and observe the effects. Listen to it in your car while driving in the rurals. It's definitely an experiment in sound and an experience for any listener. A lot of the sound makes heavy use of stereo-pan modulation, so listening to it on good headphones is definitely advised. I certainly hope Simmonds keeps doing work like this. Voafose is a testament to the *real* intellect of some of the modern electronic musicians.
woodenlegs

woodenlegs

November 27, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
This is a little like 'Weirs' minus the disco beats of course. Imagine a Rephlex version of SAW II but rawer and kind of demented at times. I've been waiting for this release for a while. It may not be for everyone, but die hard fans of the edgier more experimental component of Rephlex will dig this. It sounds very cool as a background to Amen Andrews, in which case I guess it'd be Weirs pt. 2?