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Pacou - Cortex Delay download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Cortex Delay
Style:
Techno
Released:
1997
Country:
Germany
FLAC vers. size:
1693 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1233 mb
WMA vers. size:
1861 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.2 ★
Votes:
264

Pacou has always had a solid reputation as a decent techno producer, who cuts to the chase, and releases basic techno pieces, composed of a few key elements, and completely devoid of current traits or traits. What he lacks in challenge and, well, master craftsmanship, he more than makes up in a fine understanding of what the club needs. One of those very safe releases is Cortex Delay. Complete with 2 highly functional locked grooves per side, it features some of his greatest minimal techno excursions of the nineties. Code C is quite impressive, with a sinister march, and a crooked bass, giving it an all around harsh, factory like feel.

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12" Vinyl D. Tresor068. loop 1. loop 2. cortex delay. ISOMORPHIC EP. Raw Raw, RRR-014. A shot in the dark ep. Tresor, Tresor292.

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Tresor 68 - Pacou - Cortex Delay (12"). Tresor 72 - Surgeon - First (12"). Tresor 73 - Surgeon - (2x12"/CD). Tresor 90 - Joey Beltram - Ball Park (12"). Tresor 91 - Chrislo - Hangars D’Orion (12").

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Untitled
A2 Untitled
A3 Cortex Delay
A4 Code C
B1 Untitled
B2 Untitled
B3 T.4 (Final Mix)
B4 Decay (Surgeon Remix)
Remix – Anthony Child, Surgeon

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – EFA – EFA 29268-6
  • Lacquer Cut At – Dubplates & Mastering
  • Record Company – Interfisch Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tresor Records
  • Copyright (c) – Tresor Records

Credits

  • Lacquer Cut By – Robert Henke
  • Written-By, Producer, Edited By [Re-Looped] – Pacou

Notes

Tracks A1, A2, B1, B2 are uncredited locked grooves.

The regular tracks are credited
1.01 Cortext Delax
1.02 Code C
2.03 T.4 (Final Mix)
2.04 Decay (Surgen Remix)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18752 29268 7
  • Barcode (String): 718752926867
  • Label Code: LC 7572
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Tresor 68 Pacou Cortex Delay ‎(12", Ltd, Num, Promo, W/Lbl) Tresor Tresor 68 Germany 1997
Tresor 68 Pacou Cortex Delay ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Tresor Tresor 68 Germany 1997


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digi is up on bandcamp btw . . https://pacou.bandcamp.com/album/cortex-delay
  • Gashakar
Pacou has always had a solid reputation as a decent techno producer, who cuts to the chase, and releases basic techno pieces, composed of a few key elements, and completely devoid of current traits or traits. What he lacks in challenge and, well, master craftsmanship, he more than makes up in a fine understanding of what the club needs. With that approach in mind, his records (just like those of for example Steve Bicknell or Steve Stoll) have always been a mainstay in cases of all the top DJs. He's never really tried to push the envelope, his name barely ever comes up when we mention the genre's heroes, and he'll probably never reach Jochem Paap or Oscar Mulero sky high levels of production, but for what it's worth, if you're looking for some tough minimal techno, not too complex and then not too harsh on the ears, your money is safe here.One of those very safe releases is Cortex Delay. Complete with 2 highly functional locked grooves per side, it features some of his greatest minimal techno excursions of the nineties. Code C is quite impressive, with a sinister march, and a crooked bass, giving it an all around harsh, factory like feel. Really gives a proper Tresor vibe, and I would dare assume that was the maker's intention.Flip it over, and after two more loops, you have T.4 (Final Mix), a superb slab of minimal funk, with a quirky, semi-acidic bass line, faint cymbal crashes in the background, and goosebumps inducing looped vocal bits acting as the music's focal point. Try to imagine something along the lines of Oliver Ho's material on Meta, but this is more on the restrained, "berlinesque" side of things. Great stuff, and mighty excursion into minimalism, especially when one considers it's all done with a lively bass section and sampled human voices.It is what happens next that makes the remainder of this 12" take a back seat. Anthony Child, aka Surgeon, steps up to bat, and like so many times before and after, when he's on for remixing duties, the others don't really stand a chance. His take on Decay will make your body do just that. Starting out on a rather modest, bleaker note, this guy gradually pulls out some of the meanest, sickest, most demented sound passages I've ever heard on a techno track. I mean, the theme to Dr. Frankenstein's funeral parlor, if he was to ever advertise it on TV. Don't let the seemingly lighter, fractured percussion turn you off, as about three minutes into the track you begin to understand the evil genius behind these arrangements. You have to appreciate the menace it took to compose such a filthy piece. Like a bunch of rebelled factory machine were conjuring a conspiracy to assassinate the management during their lunch break. It is just wrong. So wrong. You want it to be wrong as well. This brings me to my concern. As good as Pacou's tracks are, regardless of how fine they hold their own, once this drops you know the score. One of the producers involved in this EP is a good, if predicable techno producer, the other is a stalwart heavy weight who's snatched more crowns than the Buckingham palace holds.Regardless, this 12" is a pure winner, for both fans of the nineties Tresor style, corrupt minimal techno, Surgeon and Pacou. As such, I cannot recommend it enough.