Silent Phase ‎– (The Theory Of)

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R & S Records ‎– TMT-1, Transmat ‎– TMT-1
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Album
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Tracklist

A1 Waterdance 7:40
A2 Psychotic Funk 7:35
B1 Body Rock 6:41
B2 Fantasy 7:30
C1 Meditive Fusion 7:26
C2 Air Puzzle 8:11
C3 Electric Relaxation 6:51
D1 Spirit Of Sankofa 9:51
D2 Spiritual Journey 7:52
D3 Forbidden Dance 6:07

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Notes

All tracks written and produced for Whallha Productions.

All tracks recorded at Art Of Dance, except tracks A1 & D1 recorded at the R&S Laboratories and tracks C1 & C3 at KMS Recording Studio.

All tracks published by Transmat/Mayday (BMI).
A Transmat release under licence to R & S Records.
Manufactured and marketed by R & S Records/Belgium.
℗ 1995 Transmat © 1995 R & S Records.

Made in Belgium

Code-barres et Autres Identifiants

  • Barcode: 5 411659 156010
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM

Autres Versions (4 de 4) Tout Afficher

N° de Cat Artiste Titre (Format) Label N° de Cat Pays Année
TMT-1 CD Silent Phase (The Theory Of)(CD, Album) R & S Records, Transmat TMT-1 CD Belgium 1995 Vendre cette version
Di0342 Silent Phase (The Theory Of)(CD, Album) Distance Di0342 France 1995 Vendre cette version
TMT1CD Silent Phase (The Theory Of)(12xFile, MP3, 320) R & S Records TMT1CD Belgium Unknown
SRCS 8177 Silent Phase (The Theory Of)(CD) Sony Records SRCS 8177 Japan 1995 Vendre cette version

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bell-end

bell-end

16 décembre 2018
It fascinates me the exchange between Europe and the US (specifically Detroit). it's almost as if one pushed the other.obviously you have,slightly previous to this,the second generation of Detroit techno,pioneered by Carl Craig in my opinion aswell as Underground Resistance.but before that was Derrick May,Juan Atkins and Kevin Saunderson,thought of as the 'first generation' who were in turn heavily influenced by Kraftwerk.if you dig a little deeper then you will find out that kraftwerk were influenced by James Brown (ok,not Detroit but across the pond).
Alot of people regard James Brown as inventing dance music.perhaps true.
One has to wonder who influenced James? He was both a tyrant and a genius who's demand for perfection shaped what we all dance to nowadays.respect to all of those mentioned above,you made a real difference.
earwax7

earwax7

1 novembre 2016
Side c can be played at 45 and sounds wicked in the mix,, an awesome lp full of ideas..
Alain_Patrick

Alain_Patrick

1 septembre 2007
edité over 11 years ago

The beautiful album "(The Theory Of) Silent Phase" made by Stacey Pullen (1995) under the homonimous Silent Phase alias was acclaimed by the critics with releases on two essential labels of quality-underground dance music: Transmat (USA) and R & S (Belgium). Stacey defines the singularity of his masterpiece with the quote: "I lived in Europe around the time 'Silent Phase - (The Theory Of)' was conceived, and I had plenty of European influences on that album. But at the same time, I was teaching the Europeans about Detroit's worldwide influence."

"Psychotic Funk", "Electric Relaxation" and most of all "Meditive Fusion" are tunes that deserve the intense listener's very special attention. Stacey puts together on all of them his funky & soulful-futuristic perspective.