o9Church Of The Ghetto P.C.

Label:Schematic – SCH043
CD, Album
Style:Abstract, IDM


1Terminal Red3:36
2Terminal Pink4:33
3Terminal Orange6:35
4Terminal Yellow6:08
5Terminal Gold1:59
6Terminal Blue7:27
7Terminal Green9:52
8Terminal Silver4:41
9Terminal Grey6:03
10Terminal White4:24
11Terminal Brown10:55

Companies, etc.



Published by Light of Man / BMI.

℗+© Schematic Music Company 2004.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 65767000432
  • Matrix / Runout: 33FN1<7205>SCH043 WWW.BELLWETHERMFG.COM
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L481
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 7701

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  • exumer's avatar
    Edited one year ago
    Considering idm's freewheeling history, from true high ground music breakers, many imitators, the liberation of the laptop in the bedroom era afording all and sundry inclined to try their hand expressing their individual take during the second wave on the genre. The loosely defined parameters and subsequesent dilution and splintering of the movement contributing to a kind of listless fatigue and less that engaging releases. Niche scene, played out, wasn't entirely an undeserved perception.

    This album however doesn't bother with the semantics of all that. Some of the best Idm I've heard in ages. The last last track is a beast.

    Check it out.
    • scoundrel's avatar
      Edited 16 years ago
      o9’s CHURCH OF THE GHETTO PC opens by taking IDM to a deep and thumpy place. The bass of “Terminal Red” reverberates like it’s in a cavern. “Terminal Orange” layers the synths almost as thickly as the rhythm, while “Terminal Yellow” drives forth like a freight train that rumbles on perhaps a little too long. But the bombast that marks the first half gives way to something a little more considered. A hint of emotion creeps its way onto “Terminal Blue,” and “Terminal Green” whirls with sound. “Terminal Silver” sounds almost Plaid-like. “Terminal Grey” brings back the heavy rhythm but with a melody that has a slightly Oriental feel. “Terminal White” has bright, clarion tones to contrast the thrumming underneath, and the final track, “Terminal Brown,” grinds chaotically, as if the machines have taken over. Too bad church isn’t always this exciting.



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