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    :wumpscut:Evoke

    Label:
    Beton Kopf Media – bkm etah 34
    Format:
    CD, Album
    All Media, Limited Edition
    Land:
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    Trackliste

    1-1Maiden
    VocalsJane M.
    5:16
    1-2Churist Churist3:45
    1-3Don't Go
    VocalsJane M.
    4:25
    1-4Evoke5:30
    1-5Tomb5:31
    1-6Hold
    VocalsJane M.
    4:57
    1-7Krolok4:39
    1-8Breathe3:26
    1-9Rush4:38
    1-10Perdition4:37
    1-11Obsessió
    VocalsClara S.
    4:43
    2-1Churist Churist (By Recently Deceased)4:43
    2-2Don't Go (Eighty 64C)
    VocalsJane M.
    5:13
    2-3Maiden (By Nersoton Vs :w:)
    Remix:w:*, Nersoton
    VocalsJane M.
    4:31
    2-4Rush (By Naked Beat)
    RemixNaked Beat
    5:29
    2-5Obsessió (By Cerebral Apoplexy)
    VocalsClara S.
    4:23
    2-6Hold (By Yendri)
    RemixYendri
    VocalsJane M.
    4:24
    2-7Maiden (By Laittog)
    RemixLaittog
    4:27
    2-8Hold (By Kirlian Camera)
    RemixKirlian Camera
    7:45
    2-9Rush (By Suicide Commando)4:29
    2-10Hold (By Naked Beat)
    RemixNaked Beat
    VocalsJane M.
    4:56
    2-11Evoke (By Naked Beat)
    RemixNaked Beat
    5:25
    2-12Perdition (By Cerebral Apoplexy)4:27
    2-13Rush (By Dismantled)
    RemixDismantled
    5:18
    2-14Churist Churist (By Brain Leisure)
    RemixBrain Leisure
    4:12
    2-15Churist Churist (By Sacdar)
    RemixSacdar
    3:51
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    Mitwirkende (Credits)

    • Arranged By, Producer, Written-By [Rendered]:W:*, Rudy R.*
    • Artwork [Graphic Evoke Artwork, Creature Blondi], Other [Final Digital Rendering]Francois Launet*
    • Engineer [Additional Engineering By]Birdie Num Num
    • Lyrics ByRudy R.* (Titel: 1 to 10)
    • VocalsRudy R.* (Titel: 2, 4 to 5, 7 to 10)

    Anmerkungen

    Subtitled on spine: Limited First Edition With Bonus Disciple

    Track CD2-2 is the same as track 6 on the Blondi single but is printed as "Don't Go (by :wumpscut:)".

    All tracks were arranged, produced and rendered in 2004 A.D. at His Master's Studio in LA.

    Released as 4 panel digipak. Included fold-out 12 page booklet.

    No copy protection.

    Sticker on front cover: New Album By [:Wumpscut: logo]

    CD booklet contains an access code for a Bonus Download from wumpscut.com:
    Clicks And Deaths (2:42) - with VBR bitrate
    Hold (Yendri Remix 2 - Mutation 1 b) (5:13) - with 192 kbps bitrate

    Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale

    • Barcode (Text): 5 099751 923220
    • Barcode (Scanned): 5099751923220
    • Matrix / Runout (CD1): [Sonopress Arvato logo] 51376625/BKMETAH34-1 21
    • Mastering-SID-Code (CD1): IFPI LP 50
    • Mould-SID-Code (CD1): IFPI 0741
    • Matrix / Runout (CD2): [Sonopress Arvato logo] 51376670/BKMETAH34-2 21
    • Mastering-SID-Code (CD2): IFPI LP 73
    • Mould-SID-Code (CD2): IFPI 0754
    • Labelcode: LC 12581

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    Titel (Format)LabelKat.-Nr.LandJahr
    Evoke (CD, Album, Back-Is-Front Edition)Beton Kopf Media, Beton Kopf MediaBKM Etah 41, BKM ETAH 41Germany2005
    Evoke (CD, Album)MetropolisMET 368US2005
    Evoke (CD, Album, CD, , All Media, Limited Edition)Art Music Group, Art Music GroupAMG 260, AMG 260LRussia2005
    Evokebox (2×LP, Album, White, 12", Single, White, CD, Mini, Box Set, Limited Edition)Beton Kopf Media, Beton Kopf MediaBKM ETAH 35, ETAH 35Germany2005
    Evoke (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, White Vinyl)Beton Kopf Mediabkm etah 38Germany2005

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    ThomasBear
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    I tried so very very hard to properly get into this one but to no avail. Perhaps I'm spoiled because of Rudy's brilliant material from the past. After all, it's a well known fact that aggro artists - if they last that long - tend to mellow out in time.
    Mellow, is certainly the operative word here (or at least mellower). And while I feel that every release should be judged on its merits and not on comparison, I find it hard not to think about how this release could have been very different.
    The production is top notch. Very clean, and almost minimalist. Ironically, that might be a bad thing, since it doesn't have any of that "dirty" Wumpscut feel to it.
    The music. Well, I have to give the man credit for being able to put together a bunch of sounds, many of which would sound dreadfully cheesy on their own (there's a sound in the title track that sounds like it might as well be out of Mario Bros) but somehow take on a different feel.
    The vocals are also different. They're deeper, less in your face - and one helluva lot less angry. He also makes greater use of girl vocs.
    Like I mentioned previously, this release is difficult to comment on because of the comparison factor. Where a lot of long term fans hated it, other were delighted. It's well put together for what it is - something almost ambient to quietly die to, rather than the destructive and almost explosive material we've been treated to for so long. My belief is that he should have waited longer and perhaps confined this direction to a side project - but then again that's just speculation.
    Incidentally, you get a remix disc with this. Again, I'll give the man much credit for being prepared to take remixes from a fair number of unknown artists (ironically, the best known artist - Suicide Commando - had one of the least impressive remixs), but none of them really "shone" ("darkened"?). The general tone of the mixes is mellow and harmonic - certainly nowhere near the utter darkness and dread for which Wumpscut is renowned. So I wonder, does the fact that all remixers took that direction suggest that, as musicians, they understand better than anyone what direction Rudy is heading?