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  • Performer: Deadbeat
  • Album: LPs 2002-2005
  • FLAC: 1520 mb | MP3: 1761 mb
  • Released: 2014
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Dub, Dub Techno, Ambient
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 244
  • Format: DMF ADX WAV ASF AC3 MIDI VQF
Deadbeat - LPs 2002-2005 album flac

Tracklist

Open My Eyes That I May See
Organ In The Attic Sings The Blues
For Israel
For Palestine
Let It Rain
Cause For Hope
A Dub For Akufen
When First You Gave Me Shivers
Kezia
To Berlin With Love
A Brief Explanation
Head Over Heels
White Out
Requiem
Steady As A Rock
Fixed Elections
A Joyful Noise Pt1
A Joyful Noise Pt2
Quitting Time
Portable Memory
Slow Rot From Rhetoric
Port Au Prince
Rock Of Ages
N'Importe Quoi
Abu Ghraib
Texas Tea
O Little Town Of Bethlehem
Time Is Passing Slowly
Ruination
Habitat For Heavy Hearts

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BLKRTZ011 Deadbeat LPs 2002-2005 ‎(6x12", Album, Comp, Dlx, Ltd, RE, RM, Col) BLKRTZ BLKRTZ011 Germany 2014
BLKRTZ011 Deadbeat LPs 2002-2005 ‎(29xFile, FLAC, Comp, RE, RM) BLKRTZ BLKRTZ011 Germany 2014

Complete your Deadbeat collection.

Album · 2014 · 29 Songs. LPs 2002-2005 Deadbeat.

Complete your Deadbeat collection. If you slept on the original ~cape releases, snatch one of these up. Not a weak track on any of these early deadbeat lps. And man, I don't know about others, but I have an Audiotechnica LP 120 (pre USB model) I run through a Bose companion three system with sub woofer. Baby, these platters sound gooooooood.

LPs 2002-2005 by Deadbeat, released 17 February 2015 1. Open My Eyes That I May See 2. Organ in the Attic Sings the Blues 3. For Israel 4. For Palesitne 5. Let it Rain 6. Cause for Hope 7. A Dub for Akufen 8. When First You Gave Me Shivers 9. Kezia 10. To Berlin with Love 11. A Brief Explanation, Head Over Heels 12. White Out 13. Requiem 14. Steady as a Rock 15. Fixed Elections 16. A Joyful Noise part 1 17. A Joyful Noise part 2 18. Quitting Time 19. Portable Memory 20. Slow Rot from Rhetoric 21. Port-au-Prince 22. Rock of Ages 23. N'Importe Quoi 24. Abu Ghraib 25. Texas Tea 26. O Little.

6LPs in embossed, rigid boxset As the title promises, 'LPs 2002-2005' collects Deadbeat's trio of albums, 'Wild Life Documentaries', 'Something Borrowed, Something Blue', and 'New World Observer' in one handy package. We'd wager that for many listeners, they are the definitive Deadbeat works, released into a then murky pool of producers such as Pole, Substance & Vainqueur or Daniel Meteo were exploring dub techno aesthetics in the wake of BC/Rhythm & Sound/M-Series.

Slow Rot from Rhetoric, 05:32. A Brief Explanation, Head Over Heels, 08:21. Open My Eyes that I May See, 04:41. Port au Prince, 06:46. Organ in the Attic Sings the Blues, 07:22.

LPs 2002-2005 remasters and re-releases these three albums in their entirety, revisiting Deadbeat's chilling sounds at the earliest point of their evolution. Track Listing - Disc 1. Title/Composer. 1. Open My Eyes That I May See.

This sophomore Deadbeat album was the first to see release on Stefan Betke's (aka Pole) ~scape imprint, which in 2002 was considered the premier venue for dub-directed electronic music in the world. The album pitted the Montreal producer alongside contemporaries such as Jan Jelinek and Kit Clayton. Two years later, Monteith returned with Something Borrowed, Something Blue, the most introspective album of the entire Deadbeat catalogue, and also the album from this early period to attain the most critical acclaim

Shop more: Techno DEADBEAT BLKRTZ Germany. Played by. Dubaptism, Stillhead.

Ever since launching his production career at the turn of the century, dub-techno auteur Scott Monteith has been nothing if not deeply prolific. The Canadian-born, Berlin-based producer’s nine Deadbeat albums and nearly two-dozen singles represent one of most prolific and consistently rewarding catalogues in 21st century electronic-music canon

Mamuro
Just one word: BRILLIANT !!! brilIant !!! brilIant !!! BRILLIANT !!!
Ramsey`s
A wonderful reissue. If you slept on the original ~cape releases, snatch one of these up. Not a weak track on any of these early deadbeat lps. And man, I don't know about others, but I have an Audiotechnica LP 120 (pre USB model) I run through a Bose companion three system with sub woofer. Baby, these platters sound gooooooood. The low end, mids, and crackles, all of it. Heavenly digital sounds. Not a surprise given that Scott and Mr. Pole remastered these things together. Also, love the BLKRTZ packaging. Glossy black font on black matte, nice sturdy box. Ladies and gentleman, the product hits all the right targets.
Mavegelv
Completely agree - top notch across the board!
Anararius
I've also noticed . It does not change the fact that the record are very Great is. Thanx for this nice "Knik Knak" Sounds
Fearlesshunter
Hi everyone. I would like to confirm that the 2 second gap on side C is in fact intentional and explain why it's there and why in this one case it sounds a strange. When Stefan and I were doing the remastering we opted to change the track order from the original one in order to achieve the best sound quality. Wildlife Documentaries was originally a gapless album and as such the sound that finishes let it rain is the same as begins cause for hope, as such I totally understand why it sounds like we randomly fade out for 2 seconds in this case. Hope that clears things up and this little 2 second pause hasn't runed anyone's enjoyment of the box.... all the best, scott (deadbeat)
Hudora
A Must have for Deadbeat Fans
Lanionge
Essential Deadbeat collection in a killer package!
Zetadda
I have an issue on side C first record! The music stops for 2 seconds in "Let It Rain" - can anybody confirm?
Gathris
Hi everyone. I would like to confirm that the 2 second gap on side C is in fact intentional and explain why it's there and why in this one case it sounds a strange. When Stefan and I were doing the remastering we opted to change the track order from the original one in order to achieve the best sound quality. Wildlife Documentaries was originally a gapless album and as such the sound that finishes let it rain is the same as begins cause for hope, as such I totally understand why it sounds like we randomly fade out for 2 seconds in this case. Hope that clears things up and this little 2 second pause hasn't runed anyone's enjoyment of the box.... all the best, scott (deadbeat)
avanger
I have the same issue as well.
Shomeshet
freverend I emailed the Kompakt people and they say it is on purpose...which I hardly can believe... really? hahaha
great ant
really? hahaha
Thabel
I emailed the Kompakt people and they say it is on purpose...which I hardly can believe...
Meztisho
Cyman-Records same problem here... Indeed
Hadadel
confirmed .. :/
Silver Globol
same problem here...
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