Sistol - Remasters And Remakes [Remastered] (Music CD)

Release Date: 01 November 2010
Artist: Sistol
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The second release on the wonderful new electronic label Thousand brings back Orbitronik for the data-punkt duo's sophomore effort (the first emerged on World Domination to, sadly, little critical acclaim or buyer envy). One half of Orbitronik is longtime underground sound-artist Brian Ladd, who spent most of the '80s and '90s working under various guises (Blackhouse, Psyclones, etc) and quietly releasing records (in all the requisite software formats) on his Ladd-Frith label.
MY COMPUTER MY STEREO is a nifty compendium of electronica from the above, now bygone eras, craftily put together and cunningly realized. Ladd has had time to soak up numerous influences and it shows: Kraftwerk ("Computer"), awry beat-speak ("Sizably Bent Spiritualist"), contemporary techno/electronica mores ("Spreading the Virus of Conversation"), and the perverse delight found in all manners of innovative digi-dub ("Granul Plastique," with its blobby rhythm boxes and chirping synth buzzes). File right up there with Mouse on Mars, just about anything on Germany's Source label, and others fighting the good electronica fight.
Release Date: 01 November 2010
Artist: Sistol

1. Hajotus
2. Keno
3. Hac
4. Haaska
5. Kelmi
6. Luomo
7. Kotka
8. Kojo
9. Nuomo (Ike Yard metalli tulitta remix)
10. Keno (Mike Huckaby synth remix)
11. Kaste (Aki Latvamaki remix)
12. Hac (Alva Noto remix)
13. Kojo (John Tejada remix)
14. Kotka (FaltyDL refunk)
15. Haaska (Apendics Shuffle swelter remix)
16. Kelmi (DMX Krew remix)
17. Keno (Somatic Responses laserfunk remix)
18. Hajotus (duranduranduran remix)
19. Kotka (Sutekh Parabolai mix)

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Catalogue No: PHC02CD