» » Outline Meets Surgeon - Blueprint 7

Outline Meets Surgeon - Blueprint 7 album flac


Performer: Outline
Genre: Electronic
Title: Blueprint 7
Country: UK
Released: 1997
Style: Techno, Minimal
FLAC version ZIP size: 1293 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1398 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1358 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 987
Other Formats: VQF MP1 VOC WMA MIDI MP3 TTA

Complete your Outline Meets Surgeon collection. Living proof of how having big names work together does not always have a fruitful record as a result. Basically, apart from the incredibly hypnotic A1 track, which just makes your entire body spiral to another dimension, the rest of this four tracker goes nowhere. The other three tracks are simple, stripped down and obvious DJ tools, which just don't work if listened to anywhere for more than two and a half minutes. When I say stripped or minimal, unfortunately I do not imply it sounds like other stuff off Blueprint, Downwards or even Counterbalance. This is just plain flat, uninspiring.

Tracklisting: A1 Untitled A2 Untitled B1 Untitled B2 Untitled. RPM, Album Country: Germany Released: 1999 Genre: Electronic Style: Techno Notes: Record cover has two errors. Spine has misprint of title which reads FORM+FORCE, while on the back, the track name of C-side is displayed as "Returning Of The Purity Of Current".

12" EP. Other Outline Meets Surgeon - Blueprint. Artist: Surgeon & Outline.

Outline Meets Surgeon - Blueprint 7 BP007. Outline Meets Surgeon - Blueprint 7 BP007. The Power Of Love (Album - Karaoke) (ww. elinedion.

1997 Blueprint 7 !cover. Outline Meets Surgeon - Blueprint 7 - 1997 (BP007), FLAC (tracks), lossless. Download via torrent Download via magnet.

There are no setlists by Outline meets Surgeon on setlist. fm yet. You could help us by adding a first setlist. You can track changes of setlists by this artist by selecting the option below. Outline meets Surgeon.

Surgeon returns to Blueprint Records this week with four tracks of tactile, slow-burn techno abandon. The EP is being released as part of label’s 20th anniversary celebrations and arrives almost two decades on from Anthony Child’s first appearance on Blueprint, a collaboration with label bosses Outline (James Ruskin and Richard Polson). The EP arrives just a few weeks after the first Surgeon album in five years, the astronomy-inspired From Farthest Known Objects. Last year he blended field recordings from Maui with modular synth workouts on an album released under his own name. Tags: Blueprint Records Surgeon.

Tracklist

Untitled
Untitled
Untitled
Untitled

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BP007 Outline Meets Surgeon Outline Meets Surgeon - Blueprint 7 ‎(12", EP) Blueprint BP007 UK 1997
BP007 Outline Meets Surgeon Outline Meets Surgeon - Blueprint 7 ‎(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl) Blueprint BP007 UK Unknown

Gir
Living proof of how having big names work together does not always have a fruitful record as a result. Basically, apart from the incredibly hypnotic A1 track, which just makes your entire body spiral to another dimension, the rest of this four tracker goes nowhere. The other three tracks are simple, stripped down and obvious DJ tools, which just don't work if listened to anywhere for more than two and a half minutes. When I say stripped or minimal, unfortunately I do not imply it sounds like other stuff off Blueprint, Downwards or even Counterbalance. This is just plain flat, uninspiring techno unworthy of two producers who released top notch music during their careers. The annoying techno track of the year award goes to B2. I mean, if Anthony Child had anything at all to do with this, I am going to flush "Force + Form" down the toilet. The track actually clickety clicks clacks for almost five minutes and sounds like a 40 second segment recorded on Magix Music Maker on repeat! Sorry to say it, but this gets two fat thumbs down, which is a shame, since the 12" starts on a strong note, with the absolutlely hard yet mesmerizing killer tune. Too bad the rest is filler, DJ utensils which won't serve any other purpose except that of being transition tools between better cuts... Oh well, you cannot always have it all, can you?

Dalallador
You not listening deep enough... maybe your hearing have acquired an understanding for this since this post no?