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Bjørn TorskeNedi Myra

Label:Ferox Records – FERLP5, Ferox Records – FER LP 5
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House, Downtempo

Tracklist

A1Expresso
A2Station To Station
B1Eight Years
B2Fresh From The Bakery
C1Smoke Detector Song
C2Beautiful Thing
D1Limb Fu
FeaturingAre Mundal
D2Ode To A Duck
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℗&© 1998 Ferox Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 036375 000036
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5036375000036
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): FER+LP+5+A Guy's THE EXCHANGE ORLAKE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): FER+LP+5+B ORLAKE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): FER+LP+5+C ORLAKE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): FER+LP+5+D2 ORLAKE

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Nedi Myra (CD, Album)Ferox RecordsFERCD5UK1998
Nedi Myra (2×12", White Label)Ferox RecordsFER LP 5UK1998
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Nedi Myra (CD, Reissue, Album)Tellé, Tellé, Ferox Records, Ferox RecordsTellé013, TELLÉ 015Norway2002
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Nedi Myra (2×LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Smalltown SupersoundSTS239LPNorway2015
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Nedi Myra (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Smalltown SupersoundSTS239CDNorway2015

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Reviews

  • MerinoCat's avatar
    MerinoCat
    Cover art similar to this 1969 album from the swedish prog rocker Pugh Rogefeldt‎.
    • wanderingendlessly's avatar
      Repress coming from Smalltown Supersound!
      • TIM's avatar
        TIM
        Here we have the first solo album by Bjorn Torske. Bjorn most notably from Ismistik and Alegria prior to this release for me. By late 90s Bjorn settled into a much more house framework then his earlier techno, Detroit techno and other early 90's styles and for the most part has stayed there through all 4 solo albums flirting with minimal structures and downtempo while keeping his certain deepness we all lived from the Ismistik albums. To say this is the usual house would not be doing Bjorn justice. Techno is definitely alive in here. If you liked Meridian by Ian Pooley and blended it with a bit more Detroit feel you would have the sound. It's a bit filtered sounding as well whether you like that or not. Station to Station has deepness while Eight Years takes a lounge approach. Both successful. Solid sounding club house in Fresh from the Bakery. A bit more carefree feelings on the dance floor. Smoke detector sound happens to be my favorite. Catchy and quirky but downtempo. The melody reminds me of a cafe del mar track I can't put my finger on. Chill out goodness. The album rounds out with some solid songs after. Overall a solid 74/100 score. C+

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