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B12 - Electro-Soma II FLAC album


Performer: B12
Genre: Electronic
Title: Electro-Soma II
Country: UK
Released: 24 Aug 2017
Style: Techno
Label: Warp Records
Catalog Number: WARP LP9X
FLAC version ZIP size: 2036 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2647 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2250 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 195

Tracklist

1Debris8:41
2Eiyla6:32
3Bubbles4:41
4Transient Pathways3:57
5Satori5:51
6Ming2:10
7Fear Of Expression5:18
8Static Emotion2:26
9Go With The Hiss5:51
10Paradroid4:46
11Kaxaia-805:25
12Ecliptic6:37

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WARP LP9XB12 Electro-Soma II ‎(2xLP, Album, Comp, Ltd, RM)Warp RecordsWARP LP9XUK2017

Credits

  • ArtworkSarah Sparkes
  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut BySam John
  • Written-By, Sequenced By, Mixed By, Recorded By, ProducerMichael J Golding, Steven A Rutter

Notes

A1 Originally released in 1992 under the artist name Cmetric as part of the Philosophy Of Sound And Machine EP1 on Applied Rhythmic Technology (ART).
A2 Recorded in 1991. Originally issued in 2007 as part of the repress of the Practopia EP and included on B12 Records Archive Volume 3 compilation in 2009.
A3 Recorded in 1991. First released in 2008 on B12 Records Archive Volume 1.
B1 Originally issued as part of the Outlook EP in 1992 by Musicology.
B2 Recorded in 1992. First released as part of B12 Records Archive Volume 2 compilation in 2008.
B3 Originally issued as part of the Hall Of Mirrors EP in 1992 by Musicology.
C1 Originally issued as part of the Redcell EP in 1992.
C2 Recorded in 1991. First released on B12 Records Archive Volume 3 compilation in 2009.
C3 Originally issued on the first B12 record by Musicology in 1991.
D1 Recorded in 1991. First released as part of B12 Records Archive Volume 3 compilation in 2009.
D2 Recorded in 1991. First released as part of B12 Records Archive Volume 1 compilation in 2008.
D3 Included on the Original Warp CD version of Electro-Soma in 1993.

Previously unreleased on vinyl.

Made in EU. Gatefold Sleeve with 4-page, 12" x 12" insert containing prints of historic flyers and hype stickers.

Sticker on the shrinkwrap reads:
"A specially compiled companion volume to the reissue of Electro-Soma, an album compiled predominantly from early 12"s on the seminal B12 Records label by mysterious pseudonyms such as Musicology, Redcell and Cmetric. This sequel delves further into the B12 vaults, containing deep cuts and sought after rarities, including some tracks making their first appearance on vinyl. Remastered from original sources.
Includes track-by-track annotation and DL card. Limited edition clear vinyl."

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 01061 70091 1

Companies

  • Recorded At – The Epicentre, London
  • Mastered At – Precise Mastering
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – B12 Records
  • Copyright (c) – Warp Records
  • Licensed To – Warp Records
  • Lacquer Cut At – Precise Mastering

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Qiahmagha
is there a quality difference between clear and black vinyl on this record? some oppinion?gibts ein starken soundunterschied zwischen der clear und der black vinyl edition bei der lp? würd mich interessieren.

Mori
clear edition is perfect, so I would go for that one

fr0mTheSkY
Now you know what we were listening to in 1992. Timeless music. Not heard Eliya before, oh my word beautiful track.

Malarad
Eliya is beautiful, but I really love the Practopia EP tracks too. The Archive series was mastered a bit too loud IMO, glad to get this on vinyl.

Nawenadet
Was that on CD? Don't do CD's lol 2 more words

Samuhn
Eliya was the highlight of the Archive series for me. Beautiful to have it available on vinyl now.

post_name
where is the black vinyl edition ?.................. .... ..... ....

Cordantrius
Initial vinyl clear (sold out in hours...)I believe Black vinyl is coming soon

Invissibale
Bleep is currently offering black vinyl version as a pre-order with an 8/31/17 ship date; the clear ltd variant is listed as sold out on their site. Most other vendors either specify clear vinyl or don't state color at all. I know that doesn't exactly answer question; perhaps initial run was clear, with black to follow, whereas it appears that with Electro-soma proper there was the blue/black variation from the outset? Just a theory.

Legend 33
Don't think there is black vinyl, ive been looking online right now for copies...