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Tracklist

1 In A Sweat (Empty Bottle, Chicago 21.4.2003) 4:15
2 Last Dance (Native Lab, WMF Lounge, Berlin 8.9.2001) 4:40
3 No Ice (MFOC, Golden Pudel Klub, Hamburg 4.11.2001) 5:45
4 Near Disco Dawn (Native Lab, WMF Floor, Berlin 3.11.2001) 4:48
5 Never Enough (Empty Bottle, Chicago 21.4.2003 + Blowout, 23 Windows, New York 21.9.2002) 4:33
6 Bad Bounce (Ultraschall, Munich 23.6.2001) 2:13
7 Near Disco Dawn (Ultraschall, Munich 23.6.2001) 7:14
8 Between Decks (Native Lab, WMF Floor, Berlin 3.11.2001) 6:22
9 In A Sweat (Native Lab, WMF Lounge, Berlin 8.9.2001) 2:46

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err#3 Errorsmith Near Disco Dawn - Live Recordings 2001-2003 ‎(2xLP) Errorsmith err#3 Germany 2004


Errorsmith - Near Disco Dawn - Live Recordings 2001-2003 download free
Performer: Errorsmith
Genre: Electronic
Title: Near Disco Dawn - Live Recordings 2001-2003
Country: Germany
Released: 2004
Style: Experimental
MP3 version ZIP size: 1457 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1531 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 207
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Viashal
To be honest, this album is quite a disappointment. I previously heard Errosmith on various compilations, and his productions were appealing and interesting, so I blindly purchase this album in a record shop without any doubts and even pre-listening... And it turns out to be quite a mess! 'Near Disco Dawn' is a collection of random live recordings extracts, but they all are very repetitive, boring and completely lifeless. They lack both any virtuosity and powerfulness of experimental/noise recordings and any grooviness at all (which would be necessary if we were to perceive those records as dance-oriented). No interesting tonal or frequency fluctuations too, the sound is very plastic and flat, of that straight-forward "computer line-out"-type, which we hate most of all in the generation of "laptop artists". Keeping in mind that a collection of live recordings would purportedly feature the BEST parts of his sets edited out, I may assume that Errorsmith live concerts are extremely boring. Basically it's all very repetative (but not meditative or trance-inducing at all) and boring squeaky noise-techno, for 40+ minutes non-stop. Luckily, I bought this CD for bargain price, or I would be infuriated even more.