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VariousMerck Fragments

Label:Merck – MERCK 045
Format:
CD, CD-ROM, Limited Edition
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Hip Hop
Style:Abstract, IDM

Tracklist

1-01BlamstrainSpring-Summer (2001 Mix)7:36
1-02IlkaeLuminette (Landau Remix)
RemixLandau
6:21
1-03IlkaeRusty Mittens (Talve Remix)
RemixTalve
7:22
1-04Lackluster0305035:35
1-05ProemArray Shuffler3:37
1-06TalveTheres Always A Girl7:48
1-07Temp Sound SolutionsPhrt5:57
1-08Tiki ObmarI I I Was (Remixed By Esem)
RemixEsem
4:48
1-09Tiki ObmarLilypads (Lackluster Remix)
RemixLackluster
6:19
1-10Tim KochVakohai (Talve Remix)
RemixTalve
5:50
1-11Tim KochX To M (Cepia Remix)
RemixCepia
4:00
2-01ProemLive At KTRU 06-15-200147:20
2-02ProemLive At KVRX 10-09-200142:29
2-03ProemLive At Amoda 03-12-200254:45
2-04ProemLive At Slightly Bent 11-22-200223:51
2-05ProemLive At Emos 04-24-200341:54
2-06ProemLive At Austin 07-13-200350:38
2-07ProemLive At Oscillate 10-16-200428:30
2-08ProemLive At LSR 03-19-200628:14
2-09ProemLive At Digitalnimbus 10-20-200649:22
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Notes

Data CD containing 700mb of music, pictures and art from Merck Records. Limited to 1000 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 673885062229

Reviews

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skoisirius
Uber-sweet idea here from Merck. As they were about to go out of business, the Fragments CD-ROM was issued. Complete with music, almost the entire Merck cover catalog, and a few other folders with a bunch of Merck related art!

A great collection of various tracks from the Merck back catalog exists within the folders of the CD, including an extremely deep rooted banging IDMish Techno track from Talve. "There's Always A Girl" works a solid beat with many UFO landing signals flying all over the place, super heady stuff! One complaint on these: They're not all above even 256 kbps, which, if you're a huge geek about only playing uncompressed music (or at least 320), it's kind of a bummer.

Then we come to a folder entitled "proem live". Here's the real jackpot: NINE half hour plus live sets from one of the Merck God's, Proem. After hearing Proem's "liveMD" and seeing him live at the Decibel Festival, I was SOLD on having more live sets from this man. If you're a Proem fan whatsoever - THESE ARE A MUST!

With so much music compiled onto this CD, it is WELL worth the $12 or so you'll pay for this online somewhere!!