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Black Dog Productions - Black Dog Productions E.P.

Black Dog Productions - Black Dog Productions E.P.
Performer: Black Dog Productions
Genre: Electronic
Title: Black Dog Productions E.P.
MP3 album size: 1442 mb
FLAC album size: 1307 mb
Style: Abstract, Techno, Experimental
Country: UK
Released: May 1992
Catalog number: RSN 46
Label: Rising High Records

Tracklist


1Flux
Written-By – Balil
8:13
2Flux (D Mix)
Written-By – Arno, Balil
7:43
3Pillars & Mirrors
Written-By – Atypic
5:55
4Otaku
Written-By – Atypic
8:55

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RSN 46Black Dog Productions Black Dog Productions E.P. ‎(12", EP, W/Lbl)Rising High RecordsRSN 46UK1992

Credits


  • Arranged By, Producer, Written-ByBlack Dog Productions
  • Lacquer Cut ByPorky

Notes


Published by Dark Music
© Rising High Productions 1992
℗ Rising High Productions 1992

The label incorrectly swapped tracklists for sides A and AA.

Note also: Flux (D Mix) is apparently a remix of Flux by Arno but this info does not appear as a remix credit on the label, rather as a writer credit instead.

Barcodes


  • Barcode: 5 024900 000248
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): RSN-46-A-1 A Porky Prime Cut. PA6766
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): RSN-46-B-1 Porky Primed ✓ PA6766

Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rising High Productions
  • Copyright (c) – Rising High Productions
  • Published By – Dark Music Ltd
  • Mastered At – Porky's Mastering
  • Pressed By – Broadcrest Ltd. – PA6766

Video

Album


50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Black Dog Productions - Bytes full albumYouTube. It was released on Warp on 8 March 1993. The album consists of tracks by produced by the members of the group Ed Handley, Andy Turner, and Ken Downie under various aliases, including Plaid, Close Up Over, Xeper, Atypic, . Discordian Popes and Balil. Black Dog Productions is also the name of their own record label. Consultez des crédits, des avis, des pistes et achetez la référence 1992 Vinyl de Black Dog Productions E. Published by Dark Music Rising High Productions 1992 Rising High Productions 1992. The label incorrectly swapped tracklists for sides A and AA. Black Dog Productions is a group on Roblox owned by Mike 18x2 with 9076 members. Black Dog Productions In Social Links . Black Dog Productions. A MaDDog and Black Casket experimentation. Official Black Dog Productions video for the track The Baron's Dance Voodoo Blood by The Murder Brothers from the new album Murder Gospels Vol. 1 out Octob. 4 January 2015 . Listen to music from Black Dog Productions like Carceres Ex Novum, Focus Mel & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Black Dog Productions. At the core of the group stands Ken Downie who was in the early years joined by Handley and Turner who broke away after release of the album Spanners on Warp. Select AKA The Black Dog. Group members: Select member Andy Turner Ed Handley Steve Ash Ross Knight Martin Dust Richard Dust Ken Downie. Sign-up for news alerts for this artist. I want the Amoeba Newsletter too. Sort By: Release Date Label Album Title Price High to Low Price Low to High. Songs in album Black Dog Productions: Bytes 1993. Plaid - Object Orient. Black Dog Productions 2. Xeper 1. Warp Records 1. K7 Records 1. Reset all. Carceres Ex Novum Original Mix. Xeper, Black Dog Productions. Warp Records. Electronica, Downtempo. A min. 2004-2020 Beatport, LLC. Black Dog Prowl is considered one of Washington, D. s hardest hitting rock bands. The four-piece showcases original material ranging from the slow, down-tuned to a fast-paced kick in the teeth
Daiktilar
I bought this when it came out (as I was and am a huge admirer of 'Bytes,' and the GPR Black Dog and their many aliases) and in truth, it's never far from my record deck. Simply for the eight minute 'Otaku'.Shades of 2 Step garage in the beats which skip along in a wonderfully non 4x4 linear way, add the stunning melodic elements and you have a modern day classic which still sounds as fresh today as it did back then.True electronic Soul. Simon Reynolds was wrong, *edit* I still listen to this track on a regular basis. And the more I think about it, the more it sounds like the future and vastly superior to so much electronic music being made today. If some producers put a fraction of the effort, wit, soul and love into their music that this track has, we would have far more sonically adventurous ideas to listen to. Inspiring and inspirational, timeless and timely....
Domarivip
I may suggest that Simon Reynolds has cloth ears !
Arlelond
Otaku is magic 5/5 brilliance
ARE
There's no arguing for taste, but surely Otaku is the standout here. Absolutely exquisite BDP, very much in the vein of Bytes-era sound. I first came across it only a couple of years ago - really took me back to 1993, pure joy.
Stanober
Have to say that this record but specifically "FLUX" has become one of my all time favourite tunes. It's hard to believe it's nearly twenty years old but still sounds really modern and futuristic. I first heard it as the last track on a recent Fabric or Fabriclive mix compilation and thought at the time it must be a newish release and was surprised to see it on Discogs as released in '92. I bought it immediately. I was still raving proper back then and would have loved to have heard it coming up on XTC.Not so keen on the other tracks as they sound the age that they are which is OK but FLUX really stands out for me.
Wooden Purple Romeo
There seems to be a lot of confusion and mislabelling on some Rising High releases..stumbled across this when trying to cobble together a cd-r version of The Black Dog Productions E.P......assuming the tracklisting/times on discogs is correct, Otaku from Further Self Evident Truths 2 (uk) is actually Pillars and Mirrors...Pillars & Mirrors (at 12:39) from The Real Trip: Further Self Evident Truths is (maybe) actually a longer (original?) version of Otaku (at the 8:54 mark the song ends but then there's another 3 minutes or so tacked on..this comp is the only place i have come across this version!) ....Flux and Otaku from Rising High Techno Injection 2 (usa Instinct/Rising High) are labelled correctly but Otaku is a shorter edit at 4:58 instead of 8:55.....so confused! can anyone shed some light on where the correct versions can be found?? I have the original vinyl but it is stored at my ex-girlfriend's house and i have yet to retrieve it! so help!
Ynneig
I just bought The Real Trip: Further Self Evident Truths in the hope of hearing a long version of Otaku - don't be fooled! The "long" version of Otaku on The Real Trip: Further Self Evident Truths is not a longer version but is just exactly the same version as this EP that ends as usual, then there is a short silence and the second half of the tune plays again, starting from the moody bit from about 4.48 into the track. I think that US-release CD was put together quickly/badly as one of the other tracks on there is missing a second from the start too.
Maximilianishe
When someone ask's you what your favourite track of all time is, it's quite hard for some to name just one!!For me it's quite easy... The almost 9 minutes of "Otaku" by the Black Dog Productions can only be described as the perfect piece of electronic music.With its opening spine tingleing synth chimes and this soothing sweeping choir pad pitches up and down in a splendid emotive pattern. The claps ,hats and woodblock sounds get you prepareing for a short journey accross the soundscapes that are developed from the minds of three great musicians/icons . A simple looped bassline kicks in before the main synth lead creates my mouth to smile, my heart to flutter and my head to think. Ken, Ed and Andy some of my greatest memories are owed to you !!!!!!!!
Rko
Hard to find twelve from Black Dog, had to pay top dollar for my copy about two months ago, if you find this at a reasonable price you're in luck. Pillars & Mirrors (or is it Otaku? There seems to be some confusion about the correct name for this track.) is the track that I bankrupted myself for and if you're unwilling to pay what it takes to get this twelve, then you can get it on the Rising High compilation "Further Self Evident Truths ....". This track is emotive electronic music of the highest order.
Kizshura
what did you pay dude ? (just out of interest of course.) amazing piece of music :)
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