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ActressSplazsh

Label:Honest Jon's Records – HJRLP49
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Bass Music, Techno, Dubstep, Experimental, Electro

Tracklist

A1Hubble8:46
A2Lost6:07
A3Futureproofing1:15
B1Get Ohn (Fairlight Mix)6:45
B2Always Human2:58
B3Bubble Butts And Equations5:33
C1Maze5:21
C2Purrple Splazsh3:27
C3Senorita2:10
C4Let's Fly6:13
D1Wrong Potion3:11
D2Supreme Cunnilingus2:37
D3The Kettle Men5:00
D4Casanova2:27
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Notes

℗&© Honest Jon's Records 2010

Track durations do not appear on the record.

Embossed cover.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 4047179476119
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched side A): HJRLP 49 A CGB@D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched side B): HJRLP 49 B CGB@D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched side C): HJRLP 49 C CGB@D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched side D): HJRLP 49 D CGB@D&M

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Splazsh (CD, Album)Honest Jon's RecordsHJRCD49UK2010
New Submission
Splazsh (CD, Album, Promo, Cardsleeve)Honest Jon's RecordsHJRCDDJ49UK2010
New Submission
Splazsh (CD, Album)Honest Jon's Records, P-Vine RecordsHJRCD49, PCD-17468Japan2010
New Submission
Splazsh (14×File, FLAC, Album)Honest Jon's RecordsHJRLP49UK2010

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Reviews

  • dylaf's avatar
    dylaf
    Sometimes I have music playing in the background for company. Sometimes I listen to music; and occasionally, I'm trying to find a new god, to replace the old one most of us abandoned.

    I found something else; something not measurable, not marketable as a religion, and not exploitable. Something that likely won't comfort the guilty, shelter the cruel, or even hide the devil.

    If you have emersed your self in this album, you may have a clue what I'm on about.

    Beyond. 10/10
    • Music.Collector's avatar
      Great record full of experiments and abstract, but forward thinking sounds. Highly recommended!
      • ryanstratton's avatar
        ryanstratton
        this album is a classic and is Actress at peak power in my opinion (they are all great). Vinyl is dead quiet and packaging is awesome. A real treasure in my collection.
        • Crosewell94's avatar
          Crosewell94
          Really high quality pressing, loud, silent, crisp. Great album, still sounds fresh over 10 years on
          • kapervisser's avatar
            kapervisser
            Pretty timeless release. Way more tangible as a whole than R.I.P.
            • jdavenport80's avatar
              jdavenport80
              CD and LP versions have slightly different track order. CD has "Always Human" before "Get Ohn" and the LP version has them in the opposite order. Not sure why, wouldn't affect the run time of the LP since they're both on the same side of vinyl anyway. Badass album in my book.
              • Balssa's avatar
                Balssa
                Wow! Like the best of the best e-albums, Splazsh is sui generis. And the production in my 256k AAC from i-T, is state of the art. Not to be missed.
                • ernest's avatar
                  ernest
                  Edited 13 years ago
                  style here says that it's a combination of "dubstep" and other stuff, but I would disagree. not much of a dubstep here... which for me is good, since I got bored of this style repetitiveness very easily. I've only listened to this record two times so far, but it sounds very "fresh" - many experiments with usage of bass. the wire made it no. 1 album in 2010 so it's worth listening for sure. so far I cannot say what score I would give it, but 4 or 5 star rating probably.

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