Flying Lotus ‎– Cosmogramma

Label:
Warp Records ‎– WARPLP195
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Trackliste Verberge Mitwirkende

A1 Clock Catcher
Harp – Rebekah Raff
1:12
A2 Pickled!
Bass – Thundercat
2:14
A3 Nose Art 1:57
A4 Intro//A Cosmic Drama
Bass – ThundercatHarp – Rebekah RaffStrings – Miguel Atwood-FergusonVocals – Niki Randa
1:16
A5 Zodiac Shit
Bass – ThundercatHarp – Rebekah RaffStrings – Miguel Atwood-Ferguson
2:43
A6 Computer Face//Pure Being 2:33
B1 ...And The World Laughs With You
Bass – ThundercatFeaturing, Written-By [Co-Written] – Thom Yorke
2:56
B2 Arkestry
Harp – Rebekah RaffTenor Saxophone – Ravi Coltrane
2:50
B3 MmmHmm
Bass, Featuring, Written-By [Co-Written] – Thundercat
3:53
C1 Do The Astral Plane
Strings – Miguel Atwood-FergusonTrumpet – Todd Simon
4:22
C2 Satelllliiiiiiiteee
Bass – ThundercatKeyboards – Dorian Concept
3:49
C3 German Haircut
Drums – Richard EignerHarp – Rebekah RaffTenor Saxophone – Ravi Coltrane
1:56
C4 Recoiled
Harp – Rebekah Raff
3:37
D1 Dance Of The Pseudo Nymph
Bass, Vocals – ThundercatKeyboards – Low Leaf
2:47
D2 Drips//Auntie's Harp
Harp – Rebekah RaffStrings – Miguel Atwood-Ferguson
2:09
D3 Table Tennis
Featuring, Written-By [Co-Written] – Laura DarlingtonGuitar – Brian Martinez
3:01
D4 Galaxy In Janaki
Bass – ThundercatHarp – Rebekah RaffStrings – Miguel Atwood-Ferguson
2:17

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Anmerkungen

Original 2010 issue, as indicated by runout etchings.
There is a 2014 reissue with unique runout etchings: Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma

Released in a gatefold cover, and includes free mp3 download code.

All pre-orders of any physical format of Cosmogramma from Bleep.com made on 04/20/2010 included a print of an art piece, 'Sketch Head' by Flying Lotus himself, for no extra cost. Each copy of the high gloss, 140 x 125mm print will be hand-stamped.

℗ © 2010 Warp Records Limited.

BPM:
A1: 95 | A2: 156 | A3: 76/152 | A4: - | A5: 77/90 | A6: 77/154
B1: 81/162 | B2: - | B3: 78/156
C1: 118 | C2: 134/116 | C3: - | C4: 138
D1: 166-168 | D2: 153 | D3: 129 | D4: 81

Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale

  • Barcode (On sticker, text): 0 801061 019518
  • Barcode (On sticker, scanned): 801061019518
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A stamped, [NS] etched): 86175 1A WARPLP195 NS
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B stamped): 86175 1B WARPLP195
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C stamped, [NS] etched): 86175 1C WARPLP195 NS
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D stamped): 86175 1D WARPLP195

Andere Versionen (5 von 12) Alle anzeigen

Kat.-Nr. Künstler Titel (Format) Label Kat.-Nr. Land Jahr
WARPCD195 Flying Lotus Cosmogramma(CD, Album) Warp Records WARPCD195 UK 2010 Diese Version verkaufen
WARPCD195 Flying Lotus Cosmogramma(CD, Album, Dig) Warp Records WARPCD195 UK 2010 Diese Version verkaufen
WARPLP195 Flying Lotus Cosmogramma(2xLP, Album, RE) Warp Records WARPLP195 US 2014 Diese Version verkaufen
WARPLP195V Flying Lotus Cosmogramma(2xLP, Album, Club, RE, RM, Bla) Warp Records WARPLP195V US 2019 Diese Version verkaufen
WARPCDD195 Flying Lotus Cosmogramma(17xFile, FLAC, Album) Warp Records WARPCDD195 UK 2010

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DINOSGR

DINOSGR

3. Mai 2020

I can play it very loud (ok it's relevant). A lot of "music" here, so it's very difficult for a "stereo system" to cope with it. But every "instrument" has it's own space, the imaging is very good, almost pinpoint. It could benefit with tiny (just a tiny) more high frequencies, but not on all tracks, so I think they made overal an excellent work. The bass doesn't rubble at all it's very defined. Two things I cannot stand, rubble bass and fizzling highs. Good job Daddy Kev, NS and Record Industry.
Army_of_One

Army_of_One

29. April 2020
geändert about 1 month ago
This record certainly resists being played at high volumes, unfortunately. The dynamic range is really small - it sounds like a brick wall of sound with minimal separation between instruments, and the bass rumbles angrily and overpowers everything when turned up loud. It's a shame because it definitely doesn't do the spacy atmosphere of this album justice. I still think it's worth owning on vinyl if you get it cheap enough though, when played at more moderate volumes it sounds it sounds just as great as any album on vinyl would; the packaging / artwork is stellar, and quiter moments on the album like "Mmhmm" are mostly exempt from the loudness war issues
TempD

TempD

2. Juli 2017
geändert over 2 years ago
Probably the worst pressing I've ever purchased new on vinyl. Pretty disappointing surface noise. Really enjoy the album though.
yaboydyl98

yaboydyl98

17. April 2016
Has anyone else got a version of this album with the same label number but as a gatefold? I think the gatefold may be the 2014 repress as it has different matrix runout but I can't find any information on the repress.
moog_man

moog_man

13. November 2014
geändert over 5 years ago
Don't know why so many Discog sellers are pricing this 2014 repress at GBP30-35 #rollseyes.
Pick it up at Juno, who are doing the decent thing, still retailing it at the original price, £15.75.
Patatat

Patatat

13. November 2014
Warp Records: "Now that 'You're Dead!' has been out for a little over month, each of Flying Lotus' previous releases has now been repressed and are back in stock via Bleep.com - http://smarturl.it/flylo-bleep

Please anyone let us know if the "repressed" vinyl is actually a Repress. I would be surprised if Warp didn't.
Headphone_Commute

Headphone_Commute

9. Oktober 2011
Listening to the music of Steven Ellison is a head trip. Period. Although we may have heard the sounds of Flying Lotus on Adult Swim's interludes (aka 'bumps') between the shows, he was first introduced to the followers of abstract, experimental, and instrumental hip-hop with his debut, 1983 on Warp Records' offshoot, Plug Research. Then, FlyLo showed off his skills with the Reset EP (2007) on Warp, and by 2008 the label was confident enough to backup this California producer of avant-garde beats and free-form jazzy rhythms for his sophomore LP, Los Angeles. By 2009 everyone knew his name, and although there were a few copy-cats in the alleys, no one could cut it as deep and smooth as Flying Lotus. Ellison's stumbling beats and rubbery bass lines defy metronomes and clock synced drum machines. Truly in the spirit of jazz music, Cosmogramma is an improvisational production. The synth lines sprinkle through the confetti of percussion, falling like a dandelion's florets into the dirt beneath a rolling tank of rhythms. Defying your expectations and any genre classification, Ellison's deranged psychedelia is a beautiful child playing with a kaleidoscope of plucked sound. If anything, Ellison's third full length is a lot more "jazzier" than its predecessor. With 17 tracks running a little over 45 minutes, Cosmogramma is an album with a lot of material to digest in one sitting, and begs for multiple returns. And these are definitely rewarded!