Juan Atkins & Moritz von Oswald ‎– Borderland

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Electric Garden (Deep Jazz In The Garden Mix) 10:38
Electric Dub 11:10
Footprints 7:14
Electric Garden (Original Mix) 12:27
Treehouse 7:23
Mars Garden 4:07
Digital Forest 7:25
Afterlude 2:09

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el_rolando

el_rolando

29 maggio 2020
riferendosi a Borderland, CD, Album, Comp, Tresor.262CD, Tresor.262
Lovely sounds, highly recommended. Full LP vinyl release please!!! [more words needed]
morganor

morganor

22 settembre 2019
riferendosi a Borderland, CD, Album, Comp, Tresor.262CD, Tresor.262
Deep Jazz in the Garden, Deep Jazz in the Garden
SylwiaP

SylwiaP

14 settembre 2019
riferendosi a Borderland, CD, Album, Comp, Tresor.262CD, Tresor.262
Much better than Transport LP.
Not as good as Basic Channel times but it's a very solid techno collection.
Strong 4/5.
eleventhvolume

eleventhvolume

20 febbraio 2019
riferendosi a Borderland, CD, Album, Comp, Tresor.262CD, Tresor.262
People hate on this, but love Borderland: Transport. I love them both. Wish this would get a vinyl release as an album like its successor.
player

player

5 maggio 2014
modificato over 8 years ago
riferendosi a Borderland, CD, Album, Comp, Tresor.262CD, Tresor.262

Repetitive bland and boring.
ultrasound

ultrasound

7 marzo 2014
riferendosi a Borderland, CDr, Album, Promo, Tresor 262

Unfortunately, there's more than an element of truth in the idea that this record represents the sound of von Oswald and Atkins putting out 'just anything' because it will sell regardless. Interestingly though, for me, 'Borderlands' is very reminiscent of Juan Atkins - The Berlin Sessions. Note, whilst the latter is billed as a solo Juan Atkins record, in fact, with Pacou as producer [and technician, and engineer] 'The Berlin Sessions' is arguably just as much of a collaboration as 'Borderlands'. The main difference, between the two sets though, of course, is that 'Berlin Sessions' leaves the impression of being a much more committed performance. It's a better example of this phase of Juan Atkins' techno output, and disappointingly, I'd recommend that collection much sooner than the one at hand.
piskavac

piskavac

13 settembre 2013
riferendosi a Borderland, CD, Album, Comp, Tresor.262CD, Tresor.262
The part of the album where Juan's sound is dominant (tracks 5 to 7) is better than the rest of it. Having in mind Juan's and Moritz's history, one might expect something more ground breaking, but the album sounds like both of them were on autopilot. Nothing new or particularly interesting here, but then again not really a bad album. Still, for a more successful Atkins/Oswald collaboration, please refer to http://www.discogs.com/3MB-Feat-Magic-Juan-Atkins-3MB-Feat-Magic-Juan-Atkins/master/99703 Still as fresh as it was in 1992.