Wild Planet ‎– Transmitter

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430 West ‎– 4wcd-400
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Tracklist

1 All In Your Mind 2:02
2 Synthetic 6:30
3 Transmitter 7:12
4 Vocoder 5:51
5 Moving On 6:03
6 Every City 0:47
7 Genetic 7:06
8 Infinite 5:11
9 Fuel 6:18
10 I Should Fly 5:14
11 Frozen Signal 6:49
12 Octave 5:06
13 Hemisphere 6:27
14 Form Of Expression 1:19

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Credits

Notes

Mixed and edited at the Brommage studio Stockholm Sweden.
Premastered at Westlab Multimedia.
Manufactured via Submerge Management, Detroit, MI.

On insert:
©1999 430 West Records ℗1999 Munchman Music/BMI

On rear:
©1999 430 West Records
Made in Detroit, USA

On disc face:
℗©1999 430 West Records
Made in Detroit, USA

Thanks to Mr Huhta and Dr Joa Palmer

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 87947 40012 3
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L330
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 501B
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored digits): DIDX-066162 1
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
4wcd-400 Wild Planet Transmitter(CD, Album, Promo) 430 West 4wcd-400 US 1999 Sell This Version
4w-400 Wild Planet Transmitter(2x12", Album, W/Lbl, Sti) 430 West 4w-400 US 1999 Sell This Version
4w-400 Wild Planet Transmitter(2x12", Album) 430 West 4w-400 US 1999 Sell This Version

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TIM

TIM

November 20, 2011

3 tracks worth mentioning. 1st Transmitter, the title track. Verging on electro almost sounding like the ERP track lodestone. Baseline really compliments the melodic keys almost becoming house blurring the lines of genres into a simply excellent feel good track. Terrific combination of deep and happy electronics.

Genetic second to comment on. Epic song. Has you on pins and needles though the track hoping it stays on pace and can deliver and sure comes through and it won't disappoint. And in fact gets better. straight forward and builds but it's that great nobody's complaning. Like a spacey version of Evaluation by Carl Finlow. Ya its that good to compare with.

I should fly lastly. Wonderful deep house melodics and robotic percussion stops and go's. Another winning combination of opposites attracting.

All and all a fine release. Slightly dated but in 1999 techno was hard to not get out of the typical masterng process that really only sonically changed in early 2001/2 with more mastering programs and actual mastering producers. You have a one artist fully in control through the entire process and no second opinions were taken when this was made.

While we know of all the British techno influences Simon Hartley should not be left out of the conversation.