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EctomorphSubsonic Vibrations

Genre:Electronic
Style:Electro
Year:

Tracklist

Subsonic Vibrations
Parallax View
Loop 1
Skin
Loop 2
Loop 3
The Last Days Of Skylab

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The track titled "Loop 2" was subsequently used to create Various - Variations in 1998.

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Cover of Subsonic Vibrations, 1995, VinylSubsonic Vibrations
12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Interdimensional Transmissions – IT No. 1US1995US1995
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Cover of Subsonic Vibrations, 1995, VinylSubsonic Vibrations
12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Interdimensional Transmissions – IT No. 1US1995US1995
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Cover of Subsonic Vibrations, 2018-11-26, VinylSubsonic Vibrations
12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Repress
Interdimensional Transmissions – IT No. 1US2018US2018
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Cover of Subsonic Vibrations, 2018-11-26, FileSubsonic Vibrations
7×File, ALAC, Reissue, Remastered
Interdimensional Transmissions – IT 1US2018US2018
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Cover of Subsonic Vibrations, , VinylSubsonic Vibrations
12", Repress, 33 ⅓ RPM
Interdimensional Transmissions – IT No. 1USUS

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synchronicity123456's avatar
Wow the very first IT release. Truly a milestone on Detroit electro history.
FrankDF's avatar
FrankDF
Musically this is great but I was wondering if anybody else's copy has the hats and snares on all tracks panned pretty much to the right? Is the record mixed like this?
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serpico009
Edited 6 months ago
Surprised no one mentioned that "The Last Days Of Skylab" plays from the inside out. I have a black vinyl pressing. Nice EP all around, "Last Days" and "Parallax View" are ace electro bangers; never get tired of those cardboard-ready breaks. Nicely produced. 33rpm. Tracklistings are actually etched into gaps between the tracks on each side.
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Basic
Gerald Donald (Dopplereffekt) was part of the project at this point with Brendan Gillen. I guess that is why a couple of the tracks are reminiscent of Dopplereffekt & Drexciya.
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servo
This particular ep is the reason i got into the swing of things for 90's electro. this is the blueprint for a lot of the stuff thats out there. this is top notch electro that covers all angles. subsonic vibrations covers the whole spectrum, with elements of electro-bass to future experimental sounds. this is an undeniable record that cant be avoided.
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spork
I listened to this last night and realized I was wrong. It's "Skin" that sends chills down my spine, not "Parallax View." Anyway, whatever. This EP is great throughout, but "Skin" is my favorite track.
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spork
This is what electro should be. "Subsonic Vibrations" is firmly rooted in the Detroit electro sound of the mid-'90s -- Dopplereffekt, Drexciya, etc. Of Ectomorph's first three EPs on Interdimensional Transmissions, though, this ranks number one for me. It's not quite as experimental as the next two, but it has a bleak, dirty power that cuts right through the listener. The track Parallax View, especially, makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up when the melody kicks in.©