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Completing Kranky's chronologically reverse reissue program of the earlier loscil albums on vinyl, the 2001 debut album is issued on the format for the first time with the addition of three bonus tracks from the same sessions that produced the original release."Pay no mind to the label and pay no mind to the producer's locale (Vancouver isn't Cologne or Detroit); Triple Point is one of the finest-and most varied-ambient techno releases of 2001."- AllMusic"Finding itself nestled halfway between the endlessly spacious mechanoid constructions of Berlin's Basic Channel and the drifting expanses of Labradford, Scott Morgan's work as Loscil never ceases to impress with it's deft use of technology and percussion."-Boomkat
Completing Kranky's chronologically reverse reissue program of the earlier loscil albums on vinyl, the 2001 debut album is issued on the format for the first time with the addition of three bonus tracks from the same sessions that produced the original release."Pay no mind to the label and pay no mind to the producer's locale (Vancouver isn't Cologne or Detroit); Triple Point is one of the finest-and most varied-ambient techno releases of 2001."- AllMusic"Finding itself nestled halfway between the endlessly spacious mechanoid constructions of Berlin's Basic Channel and the drifting expanses of Labradford, Scott Morgan's work as Loscil never ceases to impress with it's deft use of technology and percussion."-Boomkat
796441804917
Loscil - Triple Point

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: KRANKY
Rel. Date: 07/12/2024
UPC: 796441804917

Triple Point
Artist: Loscil
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $36.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Side A:
2. Hydrogen
3. Track 3
4. Ampere
5. Track 5
6. Pressure
7. Track 7
8. Zero
9. Side B:
10. Track 10
11. Discrete Entropy
12. Track 12
13. Fuel Exergy
14. Track 14
15. Enthalpy
16. Side C:
17. Track 17
18. Conductivity
19. Track 19
20. Vapour
21. Track 21
22. Third Law*
23. Side D:
24. Track 24
25. Steady State*
26. Track 26
27. P Motion*
28. Track 28
29. Absolute
30. *Bonus Tracks

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Completing Kranky's chronologically reverse reissue program of the earlier loscil albums on vinyl, the 2001 debut album is issued on the format for the first time with the addition of three bonus tracks from the same sessions that produced the original release."Pay no mind to the label and pay no mind to the producer's locale (Vancouver isn't Cologne or Detroit); Triple Point is one of the finest-and most varied-ambient techno releases of 2001."- AllMusic"Finding itself nestled halfway between the endlessly spacious mechanoid constructions of Berlin's Basic Channel and the drifting expanses of Labradford, Scott Morgan's work as Loscil never ceases to impress with it's deft use of technology and percussion."-Boomkat
        
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