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Gas (2)Gas 0095

Label:em:t – 0095
Format:
CD, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:IDM, Experimental, Ambient

Tracklist

0
1Generator 00000:35
2Experiments On Live Electricity16:35
3Microscopic9:53
4aMiniscule
4bPixels1:29
5Vapourware1:30
6SeOCl₂0:35
7Earthshake8:56
8Mathematics And Electronics12:50
9aTimestretch0:01
9bEarthloop3:45
10aF0:16
10bH₂TeO₃0:34
11Discovery10:48
12Generator 00725:00
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(P) 1995 t:me recording ltd.
(C) 1995 t:me recording ltd.
made in england
distributed by pinnacle

Tracklisting oddities:
- The track "Miniscule" is only a fraction of a second long, so it is listed here as 0:00 in length.
- The track "Timestretch" is a full track, 4:30 long, compressed into one second of audio.
- Tracks 10a and 10b are listed separately as Tracks 10 and 11 on the CD packaging, thus pushing Tracks 11 and 12 back to 12 and 13.
- Track 12 also comprises the extra tracks "Pink" and "Doom", not listed on the packaging.

No Mastering SID code present in matrix.
Released in a 4-panel Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5025989009528
  • Matrix / Runout: B5876 EMIT 0095 ·MASTERED BY NIMBUS·
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2307

Other Versions (5)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Gas 0095 (Cassette, Promo)em:t0095UK1994
Gas 0095 (15×File, MP3, Album, Remastered, 320 kbps)MicroscopicsMicro-000001UK2006
Gas 0095 (15×File, FLAC, Album, Remastered)MicroscopicsMicro-000001UK2007
New Submission
Gas 0095 (15×File, FLAC, Album, Remastered, 24bit)MicroscopicsMicro-000001UK2007
Gas 0095 (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)MicroscopicsnoneUK2008

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Trey_A's profile picture
Trey_A
Please for the love of god make a vinyl pressing of this.
a.c.h.p.Aldebaran's profile picture
a.c.h.p.Aldebaran
Truly one of those genre-defining moments in music. I'd consider it part of the holy trinity of ambient albums, alongside Biosphere's "Substrata" and Carbon Based Lifeforms' "World of Sleepers".

Fingers crossed for a quality vinyl pressing, preferably in my lifetime!
Weikkonen's profile picture
Weikkonen
Alongside Woob 1194 and Qubism 2294, this album is what em:t records is all about. After silent Generator 0000 opening the album, the majestetic Experiments on Live Electricity slowly starts to play. This song is one of the best ambient works I've ever heard. I don't think theres any weak points here, the record is pure magic.
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timelessbeing
I will always remember Gas 0095 as the album that turned me onto ambient music. Something about it sent chills down my spine. Luckily, for those who didn't get one in the 90's, it has been remastered by Microscopics. Mat Jarvis has started writing new tracks as 'High Skies', and has released a new EP called 'Sounds of Earth'.
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Ortofon_S_On_Acid
This one and Woob 1194 are the CDs that made em:t a cult label.
Both are timeless great records. This one is more on the technoid side than the other ambient albums on em:t. I own my copy for more than 10 years now and still listen to it frequently. There are only very few albums that can still fascinate me after listening to them so many times. GAS0095 is an outstanding work. A highlight in the em:t series and an essential piece for every electronic music connoisseur.
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BomberOne
Edited 16 years ago
Perhaps one of the most original ambient album, and certainly an essential release. It has a lot of classical ambient textures, but also very smooth and soulfull pieces of deep techno, influenced by Larry heard in many points, but completely reinterpreted. Very original indeed, could be compared to John Beltran in some points, but much more ambient, "à la" em:t !
Note : the strange sample at the end of the album are in fact recordings of the final (and demonically mad) level of Doom II!
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JeanMarcD

Gas’ (2) work (= Mat P Jarvis) is completely different then Voigt's work and of a much greater diversity. <BR>
Of all artists on em:t, <B>Gas</B> was voted the <B>most liked em:t artist</B> together with Woob during a 2003 poll on the em:t website. Since his em:t 2298 album was never released, these votes are all about his only album: this em:t 0095.<BR>
0095 starts with this banging gong sound that will be etched everlastingly in your brain and evolves into this ambient dub soundscape with lots of roaring meandering basslines, obscured FSOL fairytale-strings, deep groove and beats that hit occasionally, yet always dense and firm. <BR>
This a totally essential album, nothing less.