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Superficial Depth - Digital Superimposing album flac

  • Performer: Superficial Depth
  • Album: Digital Superimposing
  • FLAC: 1158 mb | MP3: 1827 mb
  • Released: 1997
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Ambient, Minimal
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 538
  • Format: MOD RA VQF TTA VOX MIDI ASF
Superficial Depth - Digital Superimposing album flac

Tracklist

1 Digital Superimposing 69:50

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Northwestern Inc
  • Published By – Rückbank
  • Recorded At – Sel i/s/c

Credits

  • Producer – A. Heart*

Notes

Made in USA.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 753907891423
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L871
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 8145
  • Matrix / Runout: 16715 1 7 DFX28 NORTHWESTERN INC. •

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AAA 067 Superficial Depth Digital Superimposing ‎(2xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM, 2 F) AtomTM_Audio_Archive AAA 067 Europe 2014
AAA 067 Superficial Depth Digital Superimposing ‎(File, FLAC, Album, RE, RM, 1 F) AtomTM_Audio_Archive AAA 067 Europe 2014


Опубликовано: 23 февр. 2018 г. Superficial Depth ‎– Digital Superimposing.

Digital Superimposing. The correction is as appears above. produced by a. heart for side effects 1996.

Digital Superimposing ‎(CD, Album). AAA 067. Superficial Depth. Digital Superimposing ‎(2xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM, 2 F). AtomTM Audio Archive. Digital Superimposing ‎(File, FLAC, Album, RE, RM, 1 F).

from Superficial Depth, Digital Superimposing by Atom™. from Superficial Depth, Digital Superimposing, released January 25, 2014. supported by 8 fans who also own Superficial Depth/Digital Superimposing. It takes both bravery and a thick soup of electronics to make such a piece of drift. Simultaneously simple and complex.

Like previous all-ambient works by Atom Heart's Uwe Schmidt, his release as Superficial Depth for Brian "Lustmord" Williams' Side Effects label is a programmatic piece best heard from start to finish (a notion intimated in its single-index mastering). Introduced via deep drones and working with almost painful sloth through bassy pulses, sparse electronic rhythms, and low-lying melodies through the course of its nearly 70 minutes, the album is magnificent in its subtlety and restraint.

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Superficial is the debut studio album by American television personality Heidi Montag, digitally released on January 11, 2010 by Warner Music Group. After being cast in the reality television series The Hills and subsequently achieving public notability, she entered the music industry and began recording the project in 2007. However, it suffered from several setbacks after recorded material intended for the project was leaked and proved unsuccessful.

There are moments of perky electronica tucked away in the misty surroundings, while the moods shift with practiced poise. Uwe Schmidt continues to do the right thing by his completist fans and reaches back into the vaults for another digital reissue of his foundational electronics from the '90s.

1 Digital Superimposing - Part I 37:05 2 Digital Superimposing - Part II 32:45. Category Country Year. Digital Superimposing (CD, Album). Digital Superimposing (File, FLAC, Album, RE, AtomTM Audio Archive AAA 067 Europe 2014 RM, 1 F).

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Long dark soundtrack ambience creeping along like drifting fog at night. The landscape is sparsely lit with samples. The build is very gradual and distant sounding. This changes at the 10 minute mark, with vibrating echoed tones that hum in subtleness. Slow moving quiet ambient tones without a single disturbance in its smoothness and seemless mixes. The music begins to sink deeper around the 20 minute mark and is colder, sounding like winters desolation under a clear star filled sky. At 27 minutes, the music cycles into quiet minimalistic ambient loops. Just before the 30 minute mark a sense of a beat. Subtle, yes, and a nice change of direction. Layers start to emerge almost unnoticed and quickly mix into quiet ambience. At 36 minutes the tones become brighter, yet forever drifting in a quasi ambient dream-like atmosphere. At 46 minutes, the layers float away into a single synth sound loop. Shortly, mixing into sci-fi sounding tones. This sequence becomes somewhat monotonous and starts to drown the listener. Before all is lost, the layers are stripped away briefly. The music becomes more intense around the 50 minute mark. Very paranoid and alien like sounds fill the dark air. The music becomes alive with nocturnal life forces. A frantic high pitched synth loop scatters about, while an uplifting, yet gentle melody moves in around the 62 minute mark. All is calm and peaceful in life and the moment is filled with contentness and electronic bliss, free and effortless till the very end. This is one ever evolving track with many highs and lows. It would be considered a headphone album to capture all of the essence.
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