Woob ‎– Woob² 4495

Label:
em:t ‎– 4495
Format:
CD, Album, Partially Mixed
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Tracklist

1 Gate 4:30
2 Pondlife 4:48
3 Woobed 12:25
4 Creek 8:32
5 Cupboard 0:36
6 Depart 24:58
7 Later 6:18

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Credits

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Square Centre Studio, May 1995.
These recordings have been spatially expanded using the Roland® Sound Space 3-D sound imaging system.

(P) 1995 t:me recording Ltd.
(C) 1995 t:me recording Ltd.
made in england, distributed by pinnacle

Packaged in a 3-panel Digipak.
Animal on cover: ramphastos sulfuratus (Oxford Scientific Films)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5025989954422
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): B9004 EMIT 4495 ꞉· 1:0 –MASTERED BY NIMBUS–
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): B9004 EMIT 4495 ꞉· 1:1 –MASTERED BY NIMBUS–
  • Mastering SID Code (Variants 1 & 2): IFPI L122
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 2314
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): ifpi 2317

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Nobukazu

Nobukazu

February 11, 2010

Perfect work by Paul Frankland.
JasonBunting

JasonBunting

May 22, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
While it may not have had the impact of 1194 or have been thought well of by Frankland himself, I think this is still a worthy effort and well worth the price it commands. The Pondlife -> Woobed -> Creek progression are amazing, and while Depart is great as well, it seems to drag on about 10 minutes longer than it should have - those last 10 feel like a completely disconnected piece to me.

June 20, 2003
Maybe not as good as the first album - that had the organic flow from start untill end - but with Pondlife, Creek and Depart Paul Frankland has created yet again beauty and uplift. Especially Depart I consider to be among the best modern day music productions. It has the tension and alienation of the 5th symphony of Mahler, the spheres of Eno's ambient 4 and Apollo, and the fragility and desolation of Dead Can Dance's Yulunga. Magic!
bluebottle

bluebottle

July 26, 2002
Nowhere near as good as the first Woob release - 1194 but if you liked that then you'll probably not be offended by this.