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GusGus vs. T-WorldGusGus vs. T-World

Label:4AD – CAD2KO2CD
Format:
CD, Album
Country:USA & Canada
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Trance, Breaks, Dub Techno, Techno, Progressive House, Electro, Downtempo

Tracklist

1Anthem7:50
2Northern Lights6:12
3Earl Grey7:06
4Purple9:20
5Rosenberg6:27
6Sleepytime4:39
7Esja11:12
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Notes

Issued in a jewel case with a white tray.

℗2000 4AD.
©2000 4AD.
Made in the USA.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by 4AD.
Published by Polygram / Island Music.
Manufactured and distributed in the US and Canada by Beggars Banquet Recordings Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 52637 00022 1
  • Matrix / Runout: 35058A CAD-2K0K-CD

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Gusgus Vs. T-World (2×12", Album)4ADCAD 2K02UK2000
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GusGus vs. T-world (CD, Album)4ADCAD2KO2CDUK2000
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Gusgus vs. T-World (CD, Album)Everlasting Records (2)EVERCD 129Spain2000
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Gusgus vs. T-World (CD, Album)4AD, [PIAS]CAD2KO2CD, 170.9202.20Benelux2000
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Gusgus vs. T-World (CD, Album)Playground Music Scandinavia, 4ADCAD2KO2CDScandinavia2000

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Reviews

  • blurry's avatar
    blurry
    listen to it more then 10 years now and still I never have enough. did find anything compare to this
    • Zauberberg's avatar
      Zauberberg
      This is one of those records which will stand the test of time in a few decades from now. Amongst thousands of releases out there, if I had to put a name next to the word "distinctive" I would pick up this CD. Great tracks for almost every occasion and every emotion. 10/10
      • Tb-303's avatar
        Tb-303
        Excellent deep house, trance type music cd. No vocals but lots of heavy basslines and etherial synth breaks. Really a good cd to dance to or even chill with friends. Highly recommended. My favorites, if I had to choose, are Anthem and Rosenberg. All good songs none the less.
        • wfkroll's avatar
          wfkroll
          Edited 19 years ago
          This album was brought to my attention from the Anthem track being included on the Pi soundtrack. I was really expecting alot from this album and when I finally got the chance to listen to it, I was happy to find it lived up to expectations. All the tracks on this album hit me in the right spot but it's the "classic" sounding songs like Anthem, Northern Lights, Purple, and Esja that really blew me away. Ever since I heard it, I've always considered these songs to be of the highest caliber of techno, and hearing them dropped in a mix or at a gathering always puts a smile on my face. Emotional techno for your soul.

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          • Avg Rating:4.08 / 5
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