Pan Sonic ‎– Kulma

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Mute ‎– 9081-2, Blast First ‎– 9081-2
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CD, Album, Reissue
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Tracklist

1 Teurastamo 7:38
2 Luotain 0:33
3 Vapina 5:44
4 Puhdistus 2:51
5 Jakso 1:26
6 Murto Neste 6:47
7 Kylmä Massa 1:51
8 Hahmo 4:01
9 Aines 5:29
10 -25 5:14
11 Säätö 2:51
12 Kurnutus 3:24
13 Rutina 3:37
14 Moottori 9:47

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Notes

Published by My Ears! My Ears! / Mute Song.
Adm. by Windswept Pacific Entertainment Co. In the US and Canada.
℗&© 1998 Mute Corporation.
Issued under license from Blast First.
Made in USA. Printed in Canada.

Reissue of 1997 album. Originally released under the moniker Panasonic.

Released in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 24596-9081-2 9

Other Versions (5 of 8) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BFFP 132 Panasonic* Kulma(2x12", Album) Blast First BFFP 132 UK 1997 Sell This Version
MUSDJ 9-2 Panasonic* Kulma(CD, Album, Promo) Mute, Blast First MUSDJ 9-2 US 1997 Sell This Version
BFFP 132 Panasonic* Kulma(2xLP, MP) Blast First BFFP 132 UK 1997 Sell This Version
BFFP132CD Panasonic* Kulma(CD, Album) Blast First BFFP132CD UK 1997 Sell This Version
9032-1 Panasonic* Kulma(2xLP, Album) Mute, Blast First 9032-1 US 1997 Sell This Version

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Butterman

Butterman

March 31, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
I am one of those crazy fans that actually has a copy of each release of this album: both the "Blast First!" original pressing with the complete uncensored band name on the cover (before the legal disputes) as well as the "Mute" re-issue with the second "a" missing in the band name. "KULMA" represents another good introduction to the electric world of Panasonic, with a good selection of their various styles. From the rhythm-heavy pieces like "Teurastamo" and "Vapina" to the chilled-out mechanical illbient of "Aines" and "-25", Panasonic explore their usual routes, letting their machines do the driving, and leaving the actual humans behind the project acting more like passengers. Although the Panasonic sound is not for everyone, "KULMA" may be a good introductory point to new listeners who haven't hear other releases. Special notice to the last piece "Moottori" which is by far one of their most abbrasive (but not noise) rhythm tracks ever put to disc.