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KlinikTime

Label:Antler-Subway – AS 5040
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Belgium
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:EBM, Industrial

Tracklist

Other Side
A1Suffer In Silence4:30
A2Someone Somewhere4:13
A3Obsession (LP Version)5:02
A4Under The House3:40
This Side
B5Time5:48
B6Touch Your Skin6:07
B7Dead Meat5:20
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Notes

Published by BE's Songs 1990.
Made in Belgium.

Matrix runout:
All matrix infos are etched.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 413443 504014
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5413443504014
  • Label Code: LC 6971
  • Rights Society: SABAM
  • Price Code: NR 370
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): AS 5040-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): AS 5040-B1

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Time (CD, Album)Antler-Subway, Antler-SubwayAS 5040CD, AS 5040Europe1990
New Submission
Time (LP, Album, Test Pressing)Antler-SubwayAS 5040Belgium1990

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  • panick93's avatar
    panick93
    Edited 3 months ago
    Tastes are different, yes. When it comes to this album, the reviews are often not as positive as with other Klinik releases. So I write this to encourage you to buy this album, simply because it's great! I never understood, why the band did not like it... For me it is the 2nd best Klinik record after "Melting Close + Sabotage". It's hypnotic, repetitive, cold atmospheric... and this is what The Klinik were all about. You won't find any classic hits here, no stuff like "Memories" or "Moving Hands", but that's actually what's especially good about "Time". Similar to "Sabotage" and the "Box" it's a rather obscure, enigmatic record. So for those who prefer such lost gems over the electro/industrial mainstream "Time" is perfect.
    • emptycyb1's avatar
      emptycyb1
      Under the House is in my opinion the one that aged the best of this bunch, very fun to mix with dubstep. In fact, one could argue this is a proto-dubstep tune.
      • Scrap_Iron's avatar
        Scrap_Iron
        A controversial album, released when the duo had already disbanded and the Klinik moniker had passed into the hands of the solo Marc Verhaegen. The sound is not as good as we were used to listen from them, and some songs, especially "Under The House", "Time" and "Touch Your Skin", sound like incomplete drafts. Moreover, Dirk Ivens' vocals are mastered very low, and are therefore not clearly audible in most passages. Nonetheless, this LP is worth just for three denied Klinik classics such as "Someone Somewhere", "Dead Meat" and "Obsession", the latter in this more industrial, violent and noisy "LP Version", far superior to the one appeared on the "Black Leather" 12". Don't start with this if you don't have anything by The Klinik, go directly to "Plague", "Face To Face" and "Melting Close + Sabotage", but then come back and give a try to this lost album.

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