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The AdventTime Trap Technik

The Advent - Time Trap Technik album cover
Label:Kombination Research – KRCDE01
Format:
CD, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Electro

Tracklist

1Journey Pt. 13:18
2Fast Lane3:11
3E-Tox3:43
4They Come3:43
5Kombination True4:45
6Tokyo Nights4:34
7Signum3:46
8Wasper4:22
9Two Rock3:06
10Stassis3:19
11Elektra4:17
12Let Us Take You4:53
13E-trax4:09
14Dark Fader Side4:44
15In Range2:57
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Other Versions (3)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Time Trap Technik (CD, Album)International Deejay Gigolo Records, International Deejay Gigolo RecordsGIGOLO 56, GIGOLO 56CDGermany2000
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Time Trap Technik (CD, Album, Promo)International Deejay Gigolo Records, International Deejay Gigolo RecordsGIGOLO 56, GIGOLO 56CDGermany2000
Recently Edited
Time Trap Teknik (2×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album)Kombination ResearchKRE01UK2001

Reviews

  • Mr_Fixx's avatar
    Mr_Fixx
    Only just noticed this has a significantly different track listing to the Gigolo CD version... Any ideas why?

    Can anyone suggest somwhere to buy a digital copy?
    • walter's avatar
      walter
      One of those albums I still go back to and enjoy since its release. Quite repetitious, but is part of its appeal. Energetic and fun. Electro yes but techno mentality, uptempo workouts and signature frenetic high hats. Also fun to mix. Great artwork too!
      • nonplusjungle's avatar
        nonplusjungle
        I disagree with scoundrel's comment. This is solid electro.
        (Intl. Deejay Gigolo Records version reviewed.)
        • scoundrel's avatar
          scoundrel
          Edited 16 years ago
          The Advent have always been known for the pure techno ethos -- and with a title like TIME TRAP TECHNIK, it seems their reputation continues unabated. "Visualize" thrums with nice energy and its little musical glitches keep things interesting. "Signum" has a similar feel, though slightly more wiggly, and with its own surprising moments, and "Wasper" has a deep buzz to it that hints at some menace, as do the low gong tones on "Stassis." The stark breaks and light synth passes on "E-Tox" give that track some pop, but as good as the tracks are, something's missing here -- it almost feels like Mr. Ferreira is coasting. He's not pushing the envelope as much as he used to. And while not every album needs to forge completely new territory, I was hoping for a bit more.

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