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SwodGehen

Label:City Centre Offices – towerblock cd 021
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Modern Classical, Minimal, Ambient

Tracklist

1Intro1:08
2Fugitif 14:53
3Nein4:23
4Gehen4:47
5Fugitif 25:09
6Attends4:56
7Tucholskystr.343:24
8I Think He Was A Journalist6:13
9Hochbahn4:44
10Walz 573:58
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Credits

Notes

Mastering + cut D+M.
Handled by Morr Music

Distributed by Baked Goods (UK) & Hausmusik (World)
© + ℗ 2004 City Centre Offices. Manchester - Berlin

Released as Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 8091800212 5
  • Barcode (Scanned): 880918002125
  • Matrix / Runout: TOWERBLOCK021CD A403872-01
  • Mastering SID Code: ifpi L573
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 9723

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Gehen (LP, Album)City Centre Officescco/towerblock 021Germany2004
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Gehen (CD, Album, Unofficial Release)City Centre Offices (2)towerblock cd 021Russia2004
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Gehen (CD, Album, Promo)City Centre Officestowerblock cd 021Germany2004

Reviews

  • scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    The opening of Swod's GEHEN gives you an immediate insight to their work: a crackling electronic atmosphere upon which delicate instrumentation appears. "Fugitif 1" adds in a post-rock elemental build, and "Nein" brings in even more guitar work as well as a mysterious vocal sample. "Attends" has an elegant drift to it, while "Tucholskystr.34" introduce some elements of quiet menace with a searching radio sample and recurring hints of feedback. The looping piano riff on "I Think He Was A Journalist" drives forth the track, while "Hochbahn" is content to drift. Nice, simple, enjoyable.
    • alan_loco's avatar
      alan_loco
      Edited 17 years ago
      File next to Porn Sword Tobacco on the same label - similar sonic orientation: tinkles and sweet melodies offset by crackle/static, hinting that all is perhaps not so sweet and tinkly.
      • twisted-TXB's avatar
        twisted-TXB
        Edited 17 years ago
        Wicked debut album by the duo of Oliver Doerell & Stephan Wöhrmann. The concept is quite simple: piano as well as atmospheric and minimals clicks here and there. But they managed to make these two elements work flawlessly with Gehen. Again a great example that sometimes less is more.
        • berb's avatar
          berb
          Edited 17 years ago
          Swod is an one trick pony. Basically all tracks on the 'Gehen' album are a soothing combination of glitch, minimal piano and environmental noises. Is it bad then? No way. This album is challenging so you can play it when your intelligent friends are around. 'Gehen' is at the same time very inoffensive. Ideal when your mum comes over. Great album.

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