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    E.R.P.Evoked Potentials (Part One)

    Label:Semantica Records – SEMANTICA 14
    Format:
    Vinyl, 10", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, Transparent
    Country:Spain
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Electro

    Tracklist

    ASensory Process8:17
    BLodestone7:28
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    Notes

    10'' transparent vinyl limited to 100 copies, handmade details.

    Other Versions (4)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Evoked Potentials (Part One: A) (10", Single Sided, Limited Edition, 33 ⅓ RPM, Transparent)Semantica RecordsSEMANTICA 14ASpain2011
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    Evoked Potentials (Part One: B) (10", Single Sided, Limited Edition, 33 ⅓ RPM, Transparent)Semantica RecordsSEMANTICA 14BSpain2011
    New Submission
    Evoked Potentials 1/3 (10", Repress, Clear)Semantica RecordsSEMANTICA 14Spain2017
    New Submission
    Evoked Potentials 1/3 (2×File, FLAC)Semantica RecordsSEMANTICA 14Spain2017

    Reviews

    Delectronica's avatar
    Delectronica
    Edited 3 years ago
    People moaning about 2 x 10'' repress of this. I have them and mix em together. No problems. Anyway looks like its getting repressed again.
    postfutura's avatar
    postfutura
    What can I say...

    Gerard Hanson started making records in a long lost Detroit tradition under his Convextion moniker in 1995. He managed to add something to the equation which made his music sort of Detroit music 2.0. Gerard posesses that quality of "Pulling Soul Out Of Machines", just like the great names from the early Detroit scene.

    Most of his records are rare and limited, which shows he doesn't care about getting big bucks for his tunes, and has become a much sought after artist.

    Although this record is a gem and a fantastic example of his skill, he doesn't manage to add any surprise. Don't get me wrong... It is a great record and not to be missed, but it is just another fantastic E. R. P. record.