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    XCor*Evolution

    Label:Sonic-Soul – SS001
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:Canada
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Downtempo, Abstract, Techno, Tribal House, Ambient

    Tracklist

    1Integration7:33
    2Outlantis6:41
    3Enter2:17
    4Adelaar5:15
    5Transmission6:42
    6Imbe5:04
    7Translation7:47
    8Area 392:53
    9Beweging7:11
    10Time1:17
    1118th Breath6:35
    12Innermost1:19
    13Onsterfelijkheid2:58
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    As an incarnation of eXquisite CORpsE, Debbie Jones and Robbert Heijnen recorded 13 tracks that were meant to be released by a Dutch label back in 1996. This never happened. Now, the original unaltered recordings are made available in a Digipak packaging with new artwork.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 6 28740 81482 6
    • Barcode (String): 628740814826

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    faispeterlesbasses's profile picture
    faispeterlesbasses
    Make of this a double LP and I would buy it immediatlely
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    player
    Edited 4 days ago
    The original kings of tribal/ambient-techno, Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia, who released classics: Ov Biospheres And Sacred Grooves, and Record Without Breaks albums, Obsidian EP, 3trk Peel Sessions EP, Also the group who impressed both The Orb and Orbital (check PWOG remix of Lush)... Xcor were also once part of PWOG before splitting and then forming Exquisite Corpse(aka Xcor).

    Xcor 'Evolution' is moody yet exciting and mysterious in ambient-tribal-techno-house experimental music as also associated with the likes of: PWOG, R.H.Kirk, Horizon 222, Exquisite Corpse, and Lumukanda, Thanks to Sonic-Soul label you can now finally get to hear this unique album that was different back then and still different now even though the music was recorded before and back in 1996 which might explain the mastering to CD sound it feel a little flat - do recommend a good system!

    The album still retains a familiarity as associated with previous Pwog & Exqusite Corpse/Xcor releases (esp 'Inner Light' album) fusing mysterious atmospheric ambient with deep and moody techno/house with its hypnotic trance like vibe. Music and ambient are composed with dark and edgy elements using punctuated tribal beats, sequenced organic like techno/house rhythms, and interesting tribal sample effects - which are all cleverly looped and manipulated creating an incredible tribal/modern-tech atmosphere which can be groovy, experimental, surreal and mysterious - but always sonically absorbing on the senses that are also further transcended into deeper spheres by the phasing and excellent use of hypnotizing spiritual female voice samples that simply catch your attention as they surface from the cool sinister tribal beats and techno-house rhythms, plus the albums atmospheric ambient. 'Evolution' is a album both for the home listener and/or the DJ looking for darker mysterious grooves and music for those early twilight hours taking the ears, brain, and soul on a journey into the unknown and then leaving you there in a state of mystery!