Techno Animal ‎– Techno Animal Versus Reality

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Tracklist

Demonoid 6:49
Demonoid (Version - Porter Ricks) 6:30
Deceleration 5:35
Deceleration (Version - Ui) 3:43
Baka 8:31
Baka (Version - Spectre) 6:08
Bionic Beatbox 6:33
Bionic Beatbox (Version - Tortoise) 5:18
Atomic Buddha 6:00
Atomic Buddha (Version - Alec Empire) 5:44

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
04991-2 Techno Animal Techno Animal Versus Reality(CD, Album) City Slang 04991-2 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
04991-1 Techno Animal Techno Animal Versus Reality(2xLP, Album) City Slang 04991-1 Germany 1998 Sell This Version
7243 8 45643 2 2 Techno Animal Techno Animal Versus Reality(CD, Album) Labels 7243 8 45643 2 2 France 1998 Sell This Version
GR&M+KIL?!2 Techno Animal Techno Animal Versus Reality(Cass, Album) Gusstaff Records, Korek Image Ltd. GR&M+KIL?!2 Poland 1998 Sell This Version

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ColonelTirpitz

ColonelTirpitz

October 22, 2012
referencing Techno Animal Versus Reality, CD, Album, 04991-2
Very great outstanding album track 1 as it's best takes you in an underworld plenty of demons or whatsoever , but the so called remix of Demonoid from Dj. Porter Ricks is just the backwards version of the original really a pity as i did that too with a Drum&Bass years ago just for a joke but track 2 is useless on this album really Mister Porter Ricks it is a shame to call it a track and even put it on a cd or 12"
djnickriviera

djnickriviera

February 10, 2009
referencing Techno Animal Versus Reality, 2xLP, Album, 04991-1

"Deceleration" is seriously one of the most creepy, disturbing pieces of electronic music I have ever heard. Not a tune to play when you're all alone in your flat with the lights out. Techno Animal are certainly very talented producers (as well as the numerous side projects the band members are involved in) and this track in my opinion, stands out for me the most in their entire formidable discography.

The other songs on this disc are quite marvelous too, with Alec Empire, Ui, Porter Ricks, Tortoise & Spectre all giving their own interesting interpretations of TA's work as well as the original versions by TA themselves. A truly wonderful LP set, a MUST HAVE for the fans of darker experimental electronic dance music.