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IsoléeRest

Label:Playhouse – playhouse nr. 38, Playhouse – nr. 38
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Techno, Minimal

Tracklist

A1Logiciel
A2Démon
A3I Owe You
B1Rest
B2Music...
B3Der Geruch Von Gummi In Meiner Taucherbrille
C1Tout Se Complique
C2Djamel At Jamshid
C3«Rest» Encore
D1Entretien
D2Alleinunterhalter
D3Gallus
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Notes

Some early copies had a transparent yellow 7" included with two tracks (one each side). One side has an hand written hal 9000\13 silver writing. Cat. number etched: AO 17442

Made in EEC

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): PLAYHOUSE 38-A SNB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): PLAYHOUSE 38-B SNB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): PLAYHOUSE 38-C SNB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): PLAYHOUSE 38-D SNB

Other Versions (5)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Rest (CD, Album)Playhouseplayhouse cd.001Germany2000
Rest (2×LP, Album, White Label)Playhouseplayhouse nr.38Germany2000
Rest (CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Playhouse, Playhousecd 001, Play CD 001Germany2005
New Submission
Rest (2×LP, Album, Reissue)Playhouseplay 38Germany2006
Recently Edited
Rest (CD, Album, Reissue, Digipak)Pampa Recordspampacd003Germany2011

Reviews

  • Risingson's avatar
    Risingson
    I like "Rest" as much as I like the rest of the Isolee albums, but I always wonder: why Isolee specifically was the one microhouse/dubby house producer that went into the mainstream and got popular? Where was the push that got this kind of acid techno that was around everywhere but specifically worked with in Ultramarine's "A User's Guide" suddenly super popular and demanded? It happens to me as with the Gui Boratto first album, which I also like, but I cannot see much of a difference with the rest of the Kompakt catalogue at the time.

    In any case a very cool album whose relatives are counted with my fingers (Juju&Jordash, Ultramarine, Further Details) and which is as playful as the first Antonelli Electr productions, but also with a foot on the more minimal side of techno that would be so prevalent (and so boring usually) on a big part of the 00s.
    • danielbockwi's avatar
      danielbockwi
      I can't believe this was released in 2000. Well done.
      • middleman's avatar
        middleman
        Edited 15 years ago
        This album deserves a comment-scratch that, this album deserves a purchase. On sight. Like the description says it's House, Techno, Minimal. Its also electronica/IDM, dubby, glitchy and even dancefloor-y. All about five years before hipsters decided this was the kind of musical aesthetic to move to Berlin and look cool to. Except this is far better than all that minimal hype, and even surpasses Isolee's much-loved 'We Are Monster' LP.
        One of those albums you pick up and think 'never heard anything like this before'. Highlights are Gallus and Der Geruch..., the last an astonishing exercise in bass and atmosphere

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