Vril (2) ‎– Anima Mundi

Delsin ‎– 132dsr
3 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Black


A1 Manium
A2 Statera Rerum
A3 Anima Mundi
B1 Riese (Rework)
B2 Infinitum Eternis Anime
C1 Haus (Rework)
C2 Ilojim
D1 In Via
D2 Spes
E1 Sine Fine
E2 Iustus Est
F1 Eos
F2 Longius Astrum


Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Pressing Plant ID: Schnitstelle.ws
  • Barcode: 8718754954464

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Vril (2) Anima Mundi(Cass, Album, Ltd) Giegling none Germany 2017 Sell This Version
132dsr Vril (2) Anima Mundi(3xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle) Delsin 132dsr Netherlands 2018 Sell This Version
132dsr Vril (2) Anima Mundi(13xFile, WAV, Album) Delsin 132dsr Netherlands 2018
132dsr Vril (2) Anima Mundi(3xLP, RP) Delsin 132dsr Netherlands 2020 Sell This Version


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April 6, 2020

I prefer the design of the standard edition over the limited version


January 6, 2020

outstanding release. seems a bit stable at first but it grows man...
also, D2@45rpm.


February 13, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
If you check the label of side D accurately the big person is looking at two smaller persons and in front of the first smaller person there is a little letter 'f' written which does not fit into the artwork at all.
Did anyone find any other letters on the artwork? Maybe it is some kind of hidden key in the BoC style.


December 10, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

Sublime album! It's a bit too much leaning on beatless tracks that, according to my taste lack some depth and therefore take the album down just a bit, but the remaining tracks more than make up for it. First playthrough; Spes is out of this world, what a track, unbelievable...


November 13, 2018
Vril's sound has matured plenty since he released his first tunes, and the results as heard on this LP are fantastic. His restraint is impressive: With his fat drums and sub bass on his palette, you couldn't fault the guy for making massive bangers for the warehouse crowds each time --- but instead he crafts a journey like this; a symbiosis that dub techno and ambient music are naturally meant to exist in. Large props, not least for rescuing this material from the dingy cassettes and finally putting it on the medium it deserves.


October 30, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

The bass in "Infinitum Eternis Anime" just blew the last hair off the top of my head. On first listen to the album from front to back, I think literally every track on here is 4 stars or 5 stars. The sound of the album is reflective of the Vril 466 Podcast which is well loved by his fans. Another standout track would be "Spes". Anima Mundi is probably going down techno history.


October 30, 2018
Complete and perfect executed translation from the Soul ! Techno from a deep spot inside a quiet mind .
Give it some of your precious minutes to fully emerge into the perfect designed sounds .
For those that dont have it yet ...buy Haus ( Original ) also and dont get confused that it sounds boring at first glance .
this right here is perfect executed electronic music !