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  • Singer: Various
  • Album: Nitrogen - Trip Hop Sources From The Past
  • MP3: 1523 mb | FLAC: 1610 mb
  • Released: 1996
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Trip Hop, Experimental, Krautrock, Fusion
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 638
  • Format: MMF AUD RA FLAC AAC DTS MOD
Various - Nitrogen - Trip Hop Sources From The Past mp3 flac

A1: 1973, published by Team For Action, with friendly permission from Team For Action. A2: 1982, published by Jump/Bang Bang Edizioni Musicali, recorded at Alberto Baldan Bembo Studio (Milan), with friendly permission from Star Track Records. B1: 1977, published by Triple Music, ISRC DE-A62-96-6-039-0, (p) 1977 WEA Records/Warner Music Germany GmbH (LC 4281), mit freundlicher Genehrnigung der WEA Records, Ein Geschäftsbereich der Warner Music Germany GmbH.

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Album's title: Nitrogen - Trip Hop Sources From The Past. A2. –Alberto Baldan Bembo. The Brain Of Oskar Panizza.

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Trip Hop, Experimental, Krautrock, Fusion. Robert Owens - This Is What It Feels Like. D-Compost - In My Head. A Forest Mighty Black - Mellowdramatic. Nitrogen - Words Of God.

They express their own music 'dark fantasy music' that has also been highly praised by Nobuo Uematsu who is famous as the music composer for Final Fantasy series. This album also features Calu, the vocalist of Matryoshka, a Japanese popular electronica unit.

Like it or not, trip-hop is a thing. I say this as someone who, for the past 18 odd years, has loved the music just as much as I’ve hated the term. Coined in June 1994 by Andy Pemberton in a feature for Mixmag, trip-hop was used to describe the recent stylistic shift of the Mo’ Wax label and that music’s popularity in dance circles, particularly in after hours sessions. My Field Trip To Planet 9 is a rap album, cut from the same cloth as Check Your Head-era Beastie Boys and Digable Planets. But remove its vocals and behold music that sounds like it wouldn’t be out of place on Mo’ Wax or Ninja Tune a few years later.

Tracklist

Placebo Balek 4:19
Alberto Baldan Bembo Nitrogen 4:20
Michael Bundt The Brain Of Oskar Panizza 9:43
Jan Jankeje South Indian Line 2:29

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
COMPOST 022 Various Nitrogen - Trip Hop Sources From The Past ‎(12") Compost Records COMPOST 022 Germany 1996
COMPOST 022-2 Various Nitrogen - Trip Hop Sources From The Past ‎(CD, Maxi) Compost Records COMPOST 022-2 Germany 1996


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amazing record
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PLACEBO's track is a sort of Jazzy Funk improv-ish short journey set against a constant single note sequence. At first I though of CAN and 23 SKIDOO, but the JAMES BROWN brass punctuation and YES like keyboard meanderings made me feel this is a assimilating hybrid thing which absorbs almost any and every style, but has a 60s atmosphere to it. ALBERTO BALDAN BEMBO's piece reiterates the very improv-y Jazz flavour, and follows the opening track neatly. Partly sleazy Porn 'B' movie background music, partly mad-for-it spaced-out wizardry which makes me wish all Jazz was as wonderful as this. No real tune as such - the track's more about punctuation, which it uses to great effect. MICHAEL BUNDT chooses to open his track with a 'found' tape of someone presumably leaving a prison cell (that's my guess), journeying through whiteish noise atmospherics (which they later revisit with 'Cowboy And Indian' sounds) before becoming another improvish piece, as at home with Krautrock Electronica as it is with Jazz - not as burning as the previous two pieces, but they do make a hard act to follow. Again, there's a tint of CAN and even a more pedestrian TANGERINE DREAM to the music - busy rhythms over languid drones. JAN JANKEJE closes play on this slight compilation, taking us more into a Folksy realm, a flight of fancy with flutes soaring, gliding and diving like a colony of white birds.Even at only four tracks, and a running time of just under 21 minutes, this is a bit of an uneven record. The first two tracks are blistering - mad improvs, wild thrashing around central cores. The second two are - okay - but not really in the same league. Altogether good recording, with none of the pieces any younger than 1982.Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.
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