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MannaManna

Label:Apollo – AMB 5937CD
Format:
CD, Album, Cardboard Slipcase
Country:Belgium
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, IDM, Downtempo, Ambient

Tracklist

1...From Heaven9:30
2Secret Life Of Bass8:54
3Mr Echo (Go To Hell)
Guitar [Assistance]Boyce (2)
8:15
4Eat It Weave It & Wear It8:59
5Kelham's Island7:48
6Transport Of Delight10:59
7Lonely Tones6:20
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Thanks Mark & Paul Modo
Manufactured Marketed R & S Records Belgium
℗1995 R & S Records ©1995 R & S Records. Made in Austria

Incidental info:
Packaged in white carboard box with embossed Manna logo. Contains a regular jewel case with clear CD tray, cover and booklet in silver artwork.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed): 5 411659 169379
  • Matrix / Runout: AMB5937CD 13 DADC AUSTRIA
  • Rights Society: SABAM™

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Manna (2×LP, Album)ApolloAMB 5937 LPBelgium1995
Manna (CD, Album)DistanceDi0052France1995
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Manna (CD, Album)Apollo, R & S RecordsAMB 5937CDBelgium1995

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teraphim's profile picture
teraphim
Edited 3 years ago
The vocal sample in Mr. Echo (Go To Hell) was taken from Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964)
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AxiMaxi
When I bought this CD in the mid 90s, I was all into moody ambient stuff (FSOL, Biosphere, Banco da Gaia) and Manna fits right into that category. The warmth of the sound, yet the rawness of some tones make it exciting to listen to. Somehow, when I listen to this album, some part still catch me by surprise, while right after that I have this 'ah, right, that's what was coming'-feeling.

One of my favourite 'weird' albums.
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Br0wn.Recloose
this is one of those bands in the mid 90's who tried to integrate electronics with guitars and stuff. i remember thinking when i bought this cd (in '95?), "well this sounds really cheesy in alot of ways but for some reason i like it".

i think they're one of those bands that obviously has (technical? raw?) musical intelligence, yet many people (myself included) find them kinda cheesy... but at the same time seductive. plus, it was an apollo release with nice packaging (the gray cd slides into a white embossed cardboard sleeve), so it's pretty cool.