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Sutekh - Periods.Make.Sense. album mp3

  • Performer: Sutekh
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Title: Periods.Make.Sense.
  • Released: 2000
  • Style: Techno, Noise, Experimental
  • Country: Germany
  • MP3 version size: 1602 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1409 mb
  • Other: MPC AAC DTS AU MMF ASF MIDI
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 610

Description

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Periods Make Sense by Sutekh, released 01 January 2000 1. Period 01 2. Period 02 3. Period 03 4. Period 04 5. Period 05 6. Period 06 7. Period 07 8. Period 08 9. Period 09 10. Period 10 11. Period 11 originally released on CD and 2xLP on Force In. Mille Plateaux, Germany. Got it. + add. album. electronic experimental force inc. mille plateaux sutekh techno San Francisco. Sutekh San Francisco, California.

Sutekh shows brief periods of brilliant sensitivity with his tight, warm (yet definitely digital) loops and rhythms, but the album has an inconsistency that still confuses - a decade after the release. Less than half of the album (I won't bother naming the tracks, even if I could) consist of what is described above, and the remaining tracks are a set of soundscapes. These are varied enough, but lack the interest, punch and careful composition of the beat-driven songs. Sense is a nonsensical album, and is apparently filled with unmemorable filler tracks - padding out the progressive, beat-driven EP that it should have been. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful.

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Released by Context Apr 2000 11 Tracks. Periods Make Sense is a English album released on Apr 2000. Periods Make Sense Album has 11 songs sung by Sutekh. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Periods Make Sense songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').

Periods Make Sense is a collection of 11 untitled (well, titled after pictures of colors on the back sleeve) l productions, each computer-processed to the point where signal distortion and static actually becomes a soothing prospect

Sutekh - Period 03 06:19. Sutekh - Period 04 04:16. Sutekh - Period 05 01:59. Sutekh - Period 06 04:17. Sutekh - Period 07 02:36. Sutekh - Period 08 07:40.

Mille Plateaux Germany.

Tracklist

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Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FIM 190 Sutekh Periods.Make.Sense. ‎(2xLP) Force Inc. Music Works FIM 190 Germany 2000
FIM 190 Sutekh Periods.Make.Sense. ‎(2xLP, W/Lbl) Force Inc. Music Works FIM 190 Germany 2000
FIM-1-039 Sutekh Periods.Make.Sense. ‎(CD, Album) Force Inc. Music Works FIM-1-039 Germany 2000

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Comments

Andromakus Andromakus
I like the album and see as ambient not minimal. I'd put it in the same genre as Namlook.
Cktiell Cktiell
It's an early, simplistic form of minimal. As Resident Advisor puts the problem, "[minimal is] music that strives to be so boring 90% of the time that the other 10% of relatively mediocre drama seems thrilling by contrast". Unfortunately, this album falls under the former, with a few rare moments of excitement. The ambient parts are hardly anything to write home about, either.
Agantrius Agantrius
Haha. Ok. Well said, but.. still a little bit harsh.
Prorahun Prorahun
a very personal album full of sexiness and melancholy, of course the beat-driven songs are easier to approach, but if one takes his time to get into the more ambient tracks, one finds lots of beauty there.... still totally up to date.
Ynap Ynap
The subtle, papery drum sounds count an understated beat (only with a casual suggestion towards the parent 'techno' genre), while the distant, ambiance of the chordal material sits below this with a a kind of disturbing persistence. Bass material is supplied only sporadically and mostly tastefully, again only hinting towards the driving sub-bass material of harder genres.Sutekh shows brief periods of brilliant sensitivity with his tight, warm (yet definitely digital) loops and rhythms, but the album has an inconsistency that still confuses - a decade after the release. Less than half of the album (I won't bother naming the tracks, even if I could) consist of what is described above, and the remaining tracks are a set of soundscapes. These are varied enough, but lack the interest, punch and careful composition of the beat-driven songs.Is the album conceptual, with the handful of upbeat tracks providing crescendos or key scenes in some unwritten story-arc? Maybe, but then there is hardly enough context provided to convince any listener for a set of untitled, seemingly arbitrarily arranged tracks will need special instruction for this to be acceptable. Besides, thematic or repeated content is absent.It must be that the album is less electronic than it is experimental, and it seems strange that this album sits aside such early click-n-cut heavyweights as Andreas Tilliander or Vladislav Delay - where rhythm, and structure are paramount and ambiance is (at best) a backdrop to these vital elements.No, Periods.Make.Sense is a nonsensical album, and is apparently filled with unmemorable filler tracks - padding out the progressive, beat-driven EP that it should have been.