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TwerkHumantics

Label:Force Inc. Music Works – FIM-1-038, Force Inc. Music Works – CD FIM-1-038
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno

Tracklist

1Ccs Pressure5:14
2Consumed5:36
3Modern Hulk Of Insecurity5:44
4Bluepill3:18
5Defective Manufacturing5:58
6American Psycho4:51
7Caustic Limitation6:26
8Populous6:08
9Exclusions5:11
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  • Distributed ByEFA – EFA 04438-2
  • Pressed ByMPO

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Made in France.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18750 44382 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 718750443823
  • Matrix / Runout: FIM 1038 MPO 01 @@@ 1 02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L033
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1201
  • Label Code: LC 06001

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Humantics (2×LP, Album)Force Inc. Music WorksFIM 187Germany2000

Reviews

Risingson's avatar
Risingson
This sounds way more futuristic than any house tune of the last 10 years. Or 15. I discovered this album today and it is another exhibit on how house stagnated on the 21st century. There is drama, rhythm and understanding of the dancefloor antics plus experimentation. Back then the Force Tracks/Mille Plateaux house/techno tracks were accused of being too pedantic and intellectual for what it should have been just fun, but nowadays they sit proudly watching over the later output.
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scoundrel
Icy glitch-tech, the sound of machinery rebelling against its master. A soft menace hovers through "CCS Pressure" and the war goes full on in "Consumed." And just as you begin to believe that all the tracks have a strange, beautiful inhumanity to them ("Modern Hulk of Insecurity," in particular), along comes a slightly more emotive track, the chilly ambience of "Bluepill." A hint of funk seeps into "Defective Manufacturing," though the 4/4 takes precedence, and the funk gets even more robotic with "American Psycho." "Caustic Limitation" finally welcomes the killbots to our planet, and humanity scurries underground with "Populous," and makes its last stand in the subtle synth pads of "Exclusions." Some great stuff here.