Gescom ‎– Minidisc

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This first edition has a white cover with black lettering.
Reissued in 2001 in a black cover with orange lettering.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ONLY 3 CD Gescom MiniDisc(CD, RE) OR ONLY 3 CD UK 2006 Sell This Version
ONLY 3 Gescom Minidisc(MD, RE) OR ONLY 3 UK 2001 Sell This Version

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analogikos89

analogikos89

August 28, 2017
There is a promo edition also, with an additional orange stripe horizontally placed,on the cover.
robcypher

robcypher

May 22, 2015
Interesting concept but falls flat for the most part.
zentra

zentra

May 25, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
'Minidisc' was reportedly the first ever Minidisc-only release. This comprised of 45 tracks sliced into 88 portions, and encouraging the listener to loop and shuffle at will.

Working members for the minidisc project were Russell Haswell, Sean Booth and Rob Brown.
moire

moire

April 30, 2004
Probably the most experimental Gescom release. More of an experimental artifact than something I'd consider a substantive piece of work. More to the point: it's not something I consider enjoyable. It's still cool, though... if you really hate it, you can at least justify the purchase by calling it "historical": it was the world's first (only?) Minidisc-only release. Amazing, eh? ;)
Brad.R

Brad.R

October 31, 2003

This is the only thing I have ever listened to that made me physically ill. After about 10 minutes I wanted to remove it from the deck and smash it with a hammer.
maybitmabel

maybitmabel

July 7, 2003

apparently it's meant to be listened to in a random order (on shuffle).
20pennies

20pennies

December 13, 2002

the worlds first mini-disc only release by booth/brown/others? on Russel Haswell's label OR. absolutely essential to anyone concerned with following the lines drawn by progressive electronics. will not appeal to fans of Autechre looking for nostalgic sounds of 1993. serve cold with friends