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IsmistikRemain

Label:Djax-Up-Beats – DJAX-UP-CD9
Format:
CD, Album
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno

Tracklist

1Absence10:59
2Woodvibe7:14
3Orange Peel5:24
4Running Water6:06
5Cassis6:40
6Daybreak6:59
7Bulb7:07
8Tortoise Thoughts6:33
9Phidou5:55
10Flowcharts Remade4:47
11Cycling5:46
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Credits

Notes

Recorded February - August 1994 in Bergen, Norway

P&C 1995 Djax Records

Flow Charts (original version) available on "Oasis" EP (DJAX-UP-140)
Tracks 4, 8 and 11 are only available on CD
Also available on LP (DJAX-UP-LP9)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout: DURECO [01] DJAX UP CD9

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Remain (2×LP, Album)Djax-Up-BeatsDJAX-UP-LP9Netherlands1995
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Remain (3×12", Album, Reissue, Remastered, Test Pressing)Emotions ElectricEE0008Spain2020
New Submission
Remain (3×12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album, Reissue, Remastered)Emotions ElectricEE0008Spain2020
New Submission
Remain (3×12", Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered, Green Transparent)Emotions ElectricEE0008Spain2020

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Reviews

  • filfefil's avatar
    filfefil
    Edited 3 years ago
    Hello all this is a review of the repress on Emotions Electric, just got my copy of the re press,landed on my door about hour ago, i brought the coloured viny deal with the singles and album, all done to a nice standard,packing etc. And it sounds really good, got quite a nice warm sound and no crackles from the coloured vinyl, my only real gripe is that they did not employ a certain Mr Oldnman to do the artwork,oh well wishful thinking. So is it worth the dollars, yes.
    • Seagulltim's avatar
      Seagulltim
      One of my personal all-time favourite techno albums. Just lush. An absolute classic.
      • marksetgo's avatar
        marksetgo
        This album and also the optic crux also by djax records, at a time when cd,s were starting to take over vinyl or so we thought ..
        awesome trippy ambient and technoish joy of joys ..simple deep and groovy...
        • DreMwlano's avatar
          DreMwlano
          Edited 9 years ago
          Let me just add to the chorus of praise. I found this I don't know how, I think on an old office file sharing intranet about ten years ago. What a beautiful surprise. All the tracks are gorgeous.

          Pinkychukkles mentions something that really bugs fans of this record who also happen to be vinyl fans. Absence and Tortoise thoughts, my two favorite tracks on this record, and Cycling, another gem, are not available on vinyl anywhere. I never understood why record companies did this: did they expect people to get both formats?
          • defntx's avatar
            defntx
            This is some essential nighttime home listetning. Ranging from melodic detroit techno to space ´90s ambient, it hasn´t dated a bit in the last 18 years. The production is crystal clear, and very spacious. A true gem!
            • pinkychukkles's avatar
              pinkychukkles
              This has had repeated plays recently and it's witness to the quality in that it doesn't suffer from several listens over a short period of time. Initially, as I had a vinyl copy, it was all about Woodvibe but having listened to the CD release, my two other favourite tracks (Absence and Tortoise Thoughts) only appear on this format making it worth acquiring for those two alone but the whole album has an sublime flow - highly recommended.
              • ivo303's avatar
                ivo303
                Timeless and still mindblowing, detroit ambient techno.....totaly underrated.
                • TIM's avatar
                  TIM
                  A very fine release. Sublime subtly with techno percussion but detroit-esque touches. Not really ambient techno but it sure is a soothing album although it is very upbeat mostly. i have both formats and unfortunately my favorite song Absence is only on the cd and not the vinyl which is my only concern. This cd could easily stack up with some of the best full albums from Carl Craig or a Kenny Larkin. Very good stuff found throughout these formats.
                  • kompressorkanonen's avatar
                    Bjørn Torske's overlooked masterpiece from 95. Sublime melodic "arctic meets Detroit" tech, with bonus tracks on both formats. Bjørn's best release ever!

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