Pan Sonic ‎– B

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Lataus 4:30
Kuusi Halko 4:55
Vapina 2 4:52
Pyokki Halko 4:34

Versions (3)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BFFP161 Pan Sonic B(12") Blast First BFFP161 UK 1999 Sell This Version
9094-0 Pan Sonic B(12", EP) Mute, Mute Corporation 9094-0 US 1999 Sell This Version
BFFP 161 CD Pan Sonic B(CD) Blast First BFFP 161 CD UK 1999 Sell This Version

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ttommass

ttommass

December 2, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
referencing B, CD, BFFP 161 CD
Why is this CD impossible to come across? According to this site, it has never been sold here. I have been looking for this for over ten years now. I haven't been looking very hard, but I figured I would have come across it at some point. I could, of course, get the record, which is very available, but since I have everything else by Pan Sonic on CD, I want it in that format for completeness, I suppose. Is this very limited? Does it even exist?
Discozilla

Discozilla

January 9, 2012
referencing B, 12", EP, 9094-0

It's been over a decade since Pan Sonic released this record but I still find it just as fresh as the day I bought it. Though this may sound ridiculous to some, I think this record is really one of the most underrated techno releases of all time. These guys managed to take just a handful of carefully crafted sounds and create something that is at once aurally interesting, sinister, fun and, most importantly, funky. No, it's not your run of the mill dancefloor 4-tracker, but that's what makes it so great. You could fit this in with an acid set, an old dirty Relief Records type of jackin' mix, or something truly twisted and unique. Props to Finland and Pan Sonic. I'm never disappointed! -from Chicago w/ love and respect.
denisoliver

denisoliver

March 10, 2003
referencing B, 12", BFFP161

It sometimes seems as if Pan(a)sonic's 12"-es always keep much closer to a virtual "dancefloor" than their albums. More speed, more drive, more forward, one can say that about "B" as much as about the '96 "Osasto"-EP too. Different style, same class.