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The Optic Crux - The Optic Crux album mp3
Performer:
The Optic Crux
Album:
The Optic Crux
Style:
IDM, Techno, Minimal Techno, Ambient
Released:
1994
FLAC vers. size:
1600 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1532 mb
WMA vers. size:
1254 mb
Other formats
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Rating:
4.6 ★
Votes:
959

The Optic Crux’s debut hails from a long time ago: 1994, when techno was still new and thrilling. But despite its age, Mesmeric is appropriately hypnotic-an outer space journey that still sounds surprisingly fresh, and Unknown Sunset has a bright mellowness, even if it peters out at the end. And even if Tension Withdraw has a single-mindedness to it, Mind Transfer shows a bit more complexity. It might be a mastering issue here, but the tracks don’t seem to end naturally; they end, but then there’s an additional coda.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Mesmeric 4:04
2 La Comedia 5:47
3 Unknown Sunset 7:49
4 Tension Withdraw 5:59
5 Mind Transfer 8:35
6 The Forecast 7:15
7 The Optic Crux 8:36
8 The Forgotten 9:56
9 Klystron Waves 10:33
10 La Comedia (Zero One’s Reprise)
Remix – Zero One
5:21

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Djax Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Djax Records
  • Copyright (c) – Djax Records
  • Recorded At – Klystron Studios
  • Marketed By – Djax Records
  • Distributed By – Rhythm Distribution
  • Manufactured By – CD Music Factory – 40429

Credits

  • Artwork – Mars Rader
  • Design [Final Art] – Barend B.*
  • Engineer – F de Groodt*, Zero One
  • Mixed By – Zero One
  • Written-By – F de Groodt*, J Tomey (tracks: 5)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 40429 * CDMF DJAX-UP CD 6 *1


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The Optic Crux’s debut hails from a long time ago: 1994, when techno was still new and thrilling. But despite its age, “Mesmeric” is appropriately hypnotic—an outer space journey that still sounds surprisingly fresh, and “Unknown Sunset” has a bright mellowness, even if it peters out at the end. And even if “Tension Withdraw” has a single-mindedness to it, “Mind Transfer” shows a bit more complexity. It might be a mastering issue here, but the tracks don’t seem to end naturally; they end, but then there’s an additional coda. “The Forecast” angles towards the dreamy, with the ambience wandering its way through to “The Forgotten” and even into the long and aimless “Klystron Waves.” For an album that starts off pretty strong, it seems to lose its way. Maybe the Optic Crux needs to focus a little more.