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Remute - Remute download mp3 album
Performer:
Remute
Album:
Remute
Style:
House, Techno, Electro
Released:
2006
Country:
Germany
FLAC vers. size:
1575 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1785 mb
WMA vers. size:
1602 mb
Other formats
MOD FLAC AC3 AIFF AUD WMA AHX
Rating:
4.7 ★
Votes:
862

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If you ever owned or played a Sega Genesis, you’ll probably recognize some of the sonic qualities, and the result is a quirky blend of obviously old sounds repackaged with a modern bend. It definitely sounds like the kind of music that should be loaded onto a Sega Mega Drive cartridge

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Gear wizard Remute explains his decision to release his music on a format that many of today’s generation have never even used. My new album, Limited, is the first hybrid disk techno record.

Tracklist

1 Emigrate To The Moon 5:18
2 I Love My Parents 6:07
3 5000 Euro 6:22
4 Telephone Support 4:59
5 Not Sad Anymore 6:00
6 Burn All You Bureaucrates 4:20
7 Heiss 5:43
8 Please Say Something 6:38
9 Winning Notification (Congratulations!) 4:24
10 The Man-eating Elevator 6:43
11 1001 Night 6:26
12 Plato's Guilt 4:24

Credits

  • Written-By, Producer – Denis Karimani

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4021187218183

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LADO 2181-2 Remute Remute ‎(CD, Comp, Promo) Ladomat 2000 LADO 2181-2 Germany 2006
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Denis Karimani first popped up on my sonar via his fantastic ‘Inhuman Things’ EP on Areal. It managed to fuse the mania of mid-catalogue Mouse on Mars to Areal’s crayon-drawn sunny electribe pattern-making. A few patchy EPs later and he returned to form under his own name with the noisy, boisterous ‘War es Nicht’ EP on Hamburg’s normally sadsack deep/click/tech/house inprint Dial. His music was always under-produced, full of punchy ideas and often deeply annoying – and nothing much has changed here. This uneven collection gathers together a dozen tracks, around half of which have appeared earlier this year on two vinyl-only EPs. It’s not an album then, and it doesn’t sound like one either. It’s full of chops and changes, stops, starts, implosions and digressions – a crunkless Modeselektor. Each track has a strong personality, which cuts both ways I guess: it’s certainly not bland, but the ‘big’ tracks, cloudburst electro-disco stompers like ‘5000 euro’ and ‘The Man-Eating Elevator’ rarely make it to the fifth minute on my stereo without the merciful intervention of ‘skip!’ I’m certain they’d work really well live or in the mix, but taken one-by-one and listened to from start-to-finish, end-to-end, Karimani’s emotional rollercoasters make me start to feel a little queasy. I can’t help but feeling all these intensities also require a liveness that this clean track-by-track format seems to undermine, and without the sweat on the walls Karimani’s music seems stuck choosing between noise and static. So… I’m torn really. Is this any good? Parts of it are, yes. I’d like to see a Remute live set, and I’ll continue perusing his EPs for those magic moments when it all comes together. But I’m not sure there are quite enough of those here to warrant dealing with the headache their unsuccessful others induce. I think the problem is this: this is great music, just not to listen to.