False ‎– 2007

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Tracklist

1 Indy 3000 2:50
2 Meat Me In The Markt 4:55
3 Warm Co 2:24
4 Timing 2:03
5 Alright Liar 3:42
6 Plus Plus 4:02
7 Face The Rain 2:14
8 Dollar Down 4:02
9 Disease / George Washington 4:02
10 Act Like Children / Excalibur 4:41
11 In The Heather 2:10
12 Fed On Youth / HLM / DLG 7:13
13 Stomachs / Ankle Biter 8:51
14 Forgetting 6:37

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Notes

Gatefold cardboard sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 881390715527
  • Matrix / Runout: www.handlewithcare.de M55CD A791905-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L572
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 9722
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 9723
  • Rights Society: SOCAN

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MINUS55CD False 2007(File, MP3, Album, Mixed) M_nus MINUS55CD Canada 2007
M55CD False 2007(CDr, Album, Mixed, Promo) M_nus M55CD Canada 2007 Sell This Version

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CrazyGoat826

CrazyGoat826

November 7, 2009

Ironically, I only bothered to listen to this mix about a week ago, although I've been a M_nus fan for about two years now. I can say it is a true masterpiece. It's the definition of minimal. It has a very strange feeling throughout, like the music is telling a mysterious surrealist story. It is slower than the average minimal track, at about 120bpm, which makes the listening experience more interesting in my opinion. Amazing basslines and kicks, weird melodies and very rhythmic percussions, slight variations and very smooth transitions and buildups. I can even say I prefer this mix to Richie's "DE9: Transitions".
scoundrel

scoundrel

January 2, 2008

Cool, icy, minimal: that's Matthew Dear's _2007_ (under his False alias) in a nutshell. From the mysterious drones that lead in "Meat Me in the Market," Dear takes a straightforward rhythm and ornaments it with simple loops that always seem to hover right outside your consciousness. The tracks are segued in a way that the divisions seem meaningless; the resonanting bass notes the appear halfway in "Alright Liar" ease seamlessly into the high, spectral tones of "Plus Plus." The closest thing you'll get to a developed melody tinkles into "Face the Rain," but it, like the other sounds on this album, is merely a brushstroke on a larger canvas. The long squeals that punch through the haze on "Fed on Youth/H L M/ D L G" come almost as a revelation, even as it's echoed in the next track. For a guidepost comparison, I'd point to I. A. Bericochea's _Rojo_ (also on M_nus). Though I feel that _Rojo_ is more tight, _2007_ is still right up my alley as well.