U-Tek - Der Mass der Dinge
EBM This is part nine from Infacted Recordings' "Classixx" re-releases. They are limited to 1000 copies and are usually more or less classic EBM albums from the 90's. I've never heard of U-Tek, so they can't be that classic, and the little information I have been able to find, they haven't released that much part from what they produced in the beginning of the 90's. It seems like this release is some sort of merge between their different productions. Correct me if I am wrong.

Nevertheless, this is a good album and I can really understand why Infacted Recordings chose to re-release it. If you want quality EBM from the early 90's, this is something for you. The atmospherically music together with the sometimes creepy vocals makes this a chilly experience. They have added some sort of filter on the first couple of tracks and that is simply amazing and a good vary for today's everything-sounds-the-same filters used. They have removed vocal filters on some tracks, but the filter ones still are my favourites.

You will find great tracks like "Der Mass der Dinge" (in three different versions), "Der Animateur", "Der Automatist" and "Zahlentänzer".

All and all, a fun album to have in your CD collection.
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U-Tek - Der Mass der Dinge

7.0
"Good"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2010 by Infacted Recordings
This is part nine from Infacted Recordings' "Classixx" re-releases. They are limited to 1000 copies and are usually more or less classic EBM albums from the 90's. I've never heard of U-Tek, so they can't be that classic, and the little information I have been able to find, they haven't released that much part from what they produced in the beginning of the 90's. It seems like this release is some sort of merge between their different productions. Correct me if I am wrong.

Nevertheless, this is a good album and I can really understand why Infacted Recordings chose to re-release it. If you want quality EBM from the early 90's, this is something for you. The atmospherically music together with the sometimes creepy vocals makes this a chilly experience. They have added some sort of filter on the first couple of tracks and that is simply amazing and a good vary for today's everything-sounds-the-same filters used. They have removed vocal filters on some tracks, but the filter ones still are my favourites.

You will find great tracks like "Der Mass der Dinge" (in three different versions), "Der Animateur", "Der Automatist" and "Zahlentänzer".

All and all, a fun album to have in your CD collection.
Jan 12 2011

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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