cv313 ‎– Glass City Sessions

Label:
minimood ‎– minimood 017
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Translucent, Splattered
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Tracklist

A1 Belle Isle Symphonics
B1 Masonic Mystic
C1 Stars Above Elmwood
D1 Two Way Inn
D2 Eloise's Theme

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Credits

Notes

shrink-wrapped

A poster was issued with some copies due to miss pressing of the D side on some releases. Also came with CV313 Live Excursions CD and a 12" Version of Antennae International (08) - Fractal Rip (2010)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: minimood 017 A andreas at schnittstelle | MPO ® 18 52746
  • Matrix / Runout: minimood 017 B andreas at schnittstelle
  • Matrix / Runout: minimood 017 C andreas at schnittstelle | MPO 18 27109
  • Matrix / Runout: minimood 017 D andreas at schnittstelle | MPO 18 27116

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squaricdot

squaricdot

November 7, 2019

There are no real words for this music so just dive in this amazing piece of art
systemD22

systemD22

July 12, 2019

BUY ON SIGHT 10 words 10 words 10 words 10
ghramsummers

ghramsummers

April 18, 2019

Best investment I've made in a year of complete uncertainty, not a moment wasted and many hours spent of treasured listening. This is an absolute gem of a release, a future classic. If you're as over the moon on Basic Channel as I am, this is an absolute treasure trove.
jackoldman

jackoldman

February 16, 2019

those guys, Modell and Hitchell, with each release only prove that they are unable to make something even mediocre. anything written and produced by them is pure and oustanding. the day they release something other than astonishing will be the day the world ended
Genshji

Genshji

February 6, 2019

6 stars rating from my side. Not a single minute is boring or unnecessary on this glorious album. Dub techno hypnosis par excellence!
Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

January 30, 2019
Tracks B1 and C1 would be great if you were doing a classic detroit set with Delano Smith, Norm Talley, and Mike Huckaby, and Keith Worthy records in it :0)