Void Settler / Labyrinth (2) ‎– Amphibious Lemonade Strangling / Deceive The World To Rule The Planet

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The Third Movement ‎– T3RDM-00031, The Third Movement ‎– T3RDM00031
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Partially Mixed
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Tracklist

Amphibious Lemonade Strangling
A1 Void Settler Augmented Morbid Plane Rehearsal 6:34
A2 Void Settler Proceed Manually 4:47
A3 Void Settler Another Particle Accelerator Reminiscing About Lost Glory 5:27
B1 Void Settler Illicit Angst 5:19
B2 Void Settler Amphibious Lemonade Strangling 5:37
B3 Void Settler Flabby Context Backache Tourist 4:51
Deceive The World To Rule The Planet
C1 Labyrinth (2) The Beginning (Lands Lost Who Rule This World) 0:53
C2 Labyrinth (2) Demise Of The Living/Departure Of The Dead 6:51
C3 Labyrinth (2) Interval#1 (Stereotypical Point & Proof) 0:30
C4 Labyrinth (2) Miners Worship The Darkness Embedding Their Soul 6:38
D1 Labyrinth (2) Interval#2 (No Hatred Amongst Our Kind) 0:31
D2 Labyrinth (2) MC Hammer's Local Crud Machine 4:21
D3 Labyrinth (2) The End (Aggravated Shoeshine Assault) 0:32
D4 Labyrinth (2) Indelible Tranquil Stairway From Looped Mustard Fabric 6:06

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Packaged in a thick sleeve with one black punch-hole innersleeve per vinyl. Each vinyl has its own title and artwork cover, displayed on the front and the back of the sleeve respectively. Detailed tracklisting only appears on the center labels of the B and D sides respectively, and other release informations and credits are listed on the spine.

Catalog number is listed as "T3RDM-00031" on center labels of B and D sides and as "T3RDM00031" on spine.

Marketed by The Third Movement, fax: +31 (0) 229 265 179 More info: www.thirdmovement.nl - Publishing: copyright control - Distributed by Mid-Town, fax: +31 (0) 10 48 32 333

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BUMA-STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (A side, stamped): 08 50931 20 1A1 T3RDM 00031
  • Matrix / Runout (B side, stamped): 08 50931 20 1B1 T3RDM 00031
  • Matrix / Runout (C side, stamped): 08 50931 20 1C1 T3RDM 00031
  • Matrix / Runout (D side, stamped): 08 50931 20 1D1 T3RDM 00031

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
T3RDM0031 Void Settler & Labyrinth (2) Void Settler & Labyrinth (2) - Deceive The World To Rule The Planet(14xFile, FLAC, Album, P/Mixed) The Third Movement T3RDM0031 Netherlands 2009
T3RDM0031 Void Settler & Labyrinth (2) Void Settler & Labyrinth (2) - Deceive The World To Rule The Planet(14xFile, MP3, Album, P/Mixed, 320) The Third Movement T3RDM0031 Netherlands 2009

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tecxx

tecxx

December 29, 2004
edited over 12 years ago

this release is split into two very different styles.

the first vinyl can be described as a mixture of newstyle hardcore, very hard techno and breakbeat. if the subgenre "hardcore IDM" would exist, this would be it's best definition: a mixture of clashing highhat/fx-sounds and deep, kicking bassdrums, assembled in a very variedly way, nearly no straight 4/4 beats, a full load of stylish breaks, but still very danceable and in a rhythmn that makes you shake your head instantly. and to make it perfect, it's neither too hard, too overdriven or too childish like most of the hardcore/breakcore/speedcore creations.

Vinyl number two differs from #1 in many ways. First, it is way slower, even slower than most of the usual techno stuff (about 100-120 bpm, maybe even below that). Then it consists of a lot of "ambient" sounds, making the whole composition sound very abstract and experimental. There are long passages without any beat at all, and now and then the instruments known from vinyl one kick in and mess with your mind. top stuff.

my personal favourites are A2, a killer on the dancefloor, since its brutally kicking but definitely not monotone, and C4/D4, a mix of spheric, ambient trance tunes with harsh breakcore drums & snares-

highly addictive release!