Sello:M_nus – MINUS44
Vinilo, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Estilo:Techno, Minimal

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A2Program 3
B1Program 2


  • Producer, Written-ByJPLS

Código de Barras y Otros Identificadores

  • Código de Barras (Scanned): 881390584468

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Título (Formato)SelloCat. nºPaísAño
Program (CDr, Promo)M_nusMINUS 44Canada2006
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Program (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo, White Label)M_nusMINUS44Canada2006


  • Avatar de aidiothir
    Editado hace 10 meses
    These are not tracks. It is just dj tools for mixing with other tracks. However you can play them alone at any speed -8% to +8% , 33rpm or 45rpm and find these tones enjoyable. These (one of a kind) releases like this one are not common, yet they always work, and you need to have them in your collection. Recommended!
    • Avatar de CrazyGoat826
      "Program" is definitely on the experimental side of minimal, with little dance floor application (unless really high), but that does not make it less interesting. It is very deep, trippy and dark. After the first few seconds when you've had the time to get used to the unusually slow rhythm, you are immersed into it and the journey begins! JPLS has clearly used the same sounds in all 3 tracks, which are essentially variations of one another, with different melodies and drum patterns. Overall a very good release, and in my opinion a must-have for minimal/experimental/abstract fans.
      • Avatar de Mark_Anthony
        Editado hace 15 años
        *sigh*. I have to eat my words on this one. Program is not intended to, nor should it ever be played by itself. After reading other people's positive comments regarding this release, I bought the record just to see if I could do something interesting with it. To my surprise, I did. The best album I found to mix these layers with is Tractile's Silent Movie EP, which is also on the M_Nus label. When you have the JPLS tracks running as an added layer it really powers up every 2nd bass kick in your main track. Its surprisingly easy to maintain a tight beatmatch on this track for 5-6 minutes, which almost makes me wish I had a 3rd turntable...
        • Avatar de DJMauz
          Editado hace 15 años
          Click, click, pop. Click, click, click. Beep. I normally don’t go out of my way to trash talk someone’s work, but this is not music. I can honestly say that this is perhaps the most disappointing record I have ever bought, and I would not have bought it if I weren’t a Plus 8/Minus collector. Less does not necessarily mean more. Removing the superfluous components of a track can effectively increase its potency, but not if what you are left with has absolutely no character. It’s really a shame that this was released on Minus. In my opinion, it has tarnished the nearly impeccable reputation of one of my favorite record labels.
          • Avatar de Peak
            Editado hace 15 años
            Strange that this release gets a so low rating.
            This is a solid release in my opinion, especially when you are mixing this as a sub layer into other minimal tracks.
            Reminds me a bit of Concept.
            All three tracks are playable to spice up your set and the deep dark wobbling chords give you a dark atmospheric sound excursion.
            Think of yourself being in a dark cave and water is dripping of the ceiling.
            It's not everybody's taste of course.
            Nevertheless, solid release for me.


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