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VariousMinimize To Maximize

Label:M_nus – MINUS25LP
Format:
3 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation
Country:Canada
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Abstract, Techno, Minimal

Tracklist

ADinky DogUnEasy Horizons
ProducerJ. Dawg
Written-ByDinky Dog
B1MagdaThe Black Room
Written-By, ProducerMagda
B2PheekLe Plan B
Mastered By [Pre-mastering]Mateo Murphy
Written-By, ProducerJean-Patrice Remillard
CMathew JonsonRainforest
Written-By, ProducerMathew Jonson
D1SlacknoisePermanent Marker
Written-By, ProducerTroy Pierce
D2NiederflurSprinkler
Written-By, ProducerChristopher Bleckmann, Hannes Wenner
E1Marc HouleEast To West
Written-By, ProducerMarc Houle
E2HeartthrobHot Sugar Candy Apple Taffy
Written-By, ProducerJesse Siminski
F1Run Stop RestoreGateways And Galaxies
Written-By, ProducerRun Stop Restore
F2PlastikmanCircles
Written-By, ProducerRichard Hawtin*
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Notes

Made in USA.

(P)(C) 2005 Minus Inc.

Exclusive MP3 tracks Traveled (False) & Uno (I. A. Bericochea),
these tracks never appeared on the vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 9984850251 6

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Minimize To Maximize (CD, Compilation)M_nusMINUS25CDCanada2005
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Minimize To Maximize (2×File, MP3, 320kbps)M_nusMINUS 25Canada2005
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Minimize To Maximize (3×12", Promo, Compilation)M_nusMINUS 25 LPCanada2005
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Minimize To Maximize (CD, Compilation, Promo)M_nusMINUS25CDCanada2005
Minimize To Maximize (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation, Reissue)M_nusMINUS25LP/3Canada2007

Reviews

  • Maxpdj's avatar
    Maxpdj
    Rainforset by Mathew Jonson is already a good reason to buy this
    • tillieboy's avatar
      tillieboy
      I realy don't understand you guys,, this album is amazing!
      Maybe it's not your style but its just amazing.

      And Richie's is good 2 XD

      • Mark_Anthony's avatar
        Mark_Anthony
        Edited 15 years ago
        At first listen this album struck me as a little too far out there but I have to admit now that I've given it several listens it has grown on me. I'm a fan of minimal techno but for me, it has to be applicable to dancefloors. I don't buy albums full of random bleepy robot nonsense and then try to derive some deep (bullsh*t-ridden) meaning from it.

        That being said, I find that a lot of the titles this triple pack are far enough away from absractness that they would be highly playable in an opening set. Tracks in particular that are suited for opening a dancefloor are Slacknoise, Heartthrob, Niederflur, Pheek, and possibly Magda.

        When you play this kind of techno you have to be the right mood to hear it. To me its not something I'd get a kick listening to in the car. You need to be in dark, dirty atmosphere listening to this on BIG speakers. A lot of the beauty in these tracks is in their basslines. The basslines dig so low that unless you have a system in your car or at home you're not even going to know that they exist.

        Another note, although I can't imagine a situation that I would play Hawtin's "Circles" to a live audience it really is a cool little piece of music.

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