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Panasonic - Kulma Album


Performer: Panasonic
Genre: Electronic
Title: Kulma
Country: US
Released: 25 Feb 1997
Style: Experimental, Minimal
Label: Mute, Blast First
Catalog Number: 9032-1
FLAC version ZIP size: 2071 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2857 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1893 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 850

Tracklist

1Puhdistus
2Moottori
3Kurnutus
4-25
5Jakso
6Kylmä Massa
7Säätö
8Vapina
9Rutina
10Murto Neste
11Hahmo
12Luotain
13Teurastamo
14Aines

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BFFP 132Panasonic Kulma ‎(2xLP, Album)Blast First, Mute Records Ltd.BFFP 132UK1997
MUSDJ 9-2Panasonic Kulma ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Mute, Blast FirstMUSDJ 9-2US1997
BFFP 132Panasonic Kulma ‎(2xLP, MP)Blast FirstBFFP 132UK1997
BFFP132CDPanasonic Kulma ‎(CD, Album)Blast FirstBFFP132CDUK1997
bffp 132, bffp 132 cdPanasonic = Panasonic Panasonic = Panasonic - Kulma = Angle ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Blast First, Blast Firstbffp 132, bffp 132 cdUK1996

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mute Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – Mute Corporation

Album

KULMA represents another good introduction to the electric world of Panasonic, with a good selection of their various styles. From the rhythm-heavy pieces like Teurastamo and Vapina to the chilled-out mechanical illbient of Aines and -25, Panasonic explore their usual routes, letting their machines do the driving, and leaving the actual humans behind the project acting more like passengers. Although the Panasonic sound is not for everyone, KULMA may be a good introductory point to new listeners who haven't hear other. Pan Sonic Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Panasonic - Kulma. Discount: -20. Release date: 1997. Duration: 61:11. Size, Mb: . Format: MP3, 256 kbps. Please vote. Add album to Cart. Vakio 1995. Osasto 1996. His album of the week is by experimental electronic duo Panasonic. Stuart picks his current favourites from the world of the obscure, the unusual, the weird and the fabulous. This week's featured album comes from experimental electronics duo Panasonic. Inspired by the industrial sound of early 80s acts such as Throbbing Gristle, their 1997 album Kulma builds on this with restless beats, big bass drones and plenty of overdrive distortion. Show less. 2 hours. Kulma by Pan Sonic Year: 1997 Overall rank: 15,171st. Average Rating: 74100 from 3 votes. Time left: 2d 8h 51m 53s Ships to: Worldwide. Time left: 17d 23h 5m 57s Ships to: Worldwide. PAN SONIC - Kulma reissue - CD - BRAND NEWSTILL SEALED - RARE Condition: Brand New. Time left: 25d 8h 29m 5s Ships to: Worldwide. Kulma, for example, is a masterpiece of experimental techno. The first half of the album gives a chance for techno heads to stick around and follow the deconstruction. Teurastamo and Vapina are still suitable for the dancefloor, although they have clearly been tailored for the living room. But as one progresses from one track to the next, the atmosphere becomes colder, drier, and charged with electricity instead of electro beats. Pan Sonic. Kulma, 2014. Teurastamo, 07:38. Release type: Album. Release source: CD. Year: 1997. Bitrate: 256. Price for album: . Discount: 20. Discography of Panasonic. Album title. Learn about Panasonic's cinema camera lineup. Panasonic has partnered with Codex to deliver a fully-integrated camera solution in a compact, lightweight, and rugged body ideal for handheld, Steadicam, and remote head work. Learn More Support. AU-EVA1. The EVA1 Compact Cinema Camera is positioned between the Lumix GH5 4K mirrorless camera and the VariCam LT 4K Cinema Camera. Create cinematic images with newly developed Super 35 mm sensor and color science inherited from the VariCam cinema camera series. LUMIX S1H. Kulma Finnish for anglecorner is the second album from Finnish arch-experimentalists Pan Sonic and showed a marked movement away from the intense barrage of noise of the first album Vakio. Instead we are treated to a peerless collection of analogue techno stormers, glitchy restless beats, disturbing drones, sub-atomic bass tones and the all-important overdriven distortion

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