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Jochem Paap - Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I Album

Jochem Paap - Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I Album
Title:
Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I
Performer:
Jochem Paap
Style:
Abstract, Ambient
Released:
08 Mar 1999
Catalog:
PS 08/94
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
1905 mb
FLAC album size:
2459 mb
Genre:
Label:
Fax +49-69/450464

Tracklist


1Spk7:35
2Mbnt-Plng16:37
3Dtnd-Jn8:23
4Un-Klkkn10:48
5Trmml-Dx8:23
6Trpp-Bll8:16
7Flm3:47


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AW 065Jochem Paap Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I ‎(CD, Album, RE)Ambient WorldAW 065Germany2011


Credits


  • GraphicsPEK
  • Written-By, ProducerJochem Paap


Notes


Jochem Paap
Rotterdam 1995-1998

Limitation: 2000.

Made in Germany.


Barcodes


  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L961
  • Label Code: LC 6269
  • Matrix / Runout: PS 08/94 P+O-42071-A1 03-99


Companies


  • Published By – Speedy J Music
  • Published By – LEC
  • Manufactured By – P+O Pallas – 42071


Album


Album 1999 7 Songs. Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I Jochem Paap. Album 1999 3 Songs. Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 II Jochem Paap. From the mind behind Speedy J, Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs is a seven-track collection of beautiful, chiming ambience with nothing more than an occasional bass tone for harmony and faraway synthesizer to accompany the slowly building melancholia. Most tracks are quite similar to each other, though the comparatively brief Flm just like in the title, fill in the missing vowel is rather more cinematic, reminiscent of Aphex Twin's Selected Ambient Works II. Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I. Play album. Jochem Paap is the birth name of the Dutch former DJ wizard and current production king Speedy for scattered contributions to various-artists compilations, Paap kept his real name Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I. Get album. Jochem Paap is the birth name of the Dutch former DJ wizard and current production king Speedy for scattered contributions to various-artists compilations, Paap kept his real name read more. Jochem Paap is the birth name of the Dutch former DJ wizard and current production king Speedy for scattered contributions to various-artists compilations, Paap kept his real name out of the recording sphere until 1999, when P read more. Similar Artists. AW 065. Jochem Paap. Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I CD, Album, RE. Ambient World. While I have nothing but major respect for Jochem Paap, this one, despite its scarsity, is a mixed bag. Jochem Paap aka Speedy J. Taken from Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I released on FAX 1999. Pete Namlook & Various - Ambient Gardener : Winter - Продолжительность: 1:10:47 Naci E. phil kieran & jochem paap - paint & chemicals dept bonus mix. Jochem George Paap born 14 February 1969 in Rotterdam, known by his stage name Speedy J, is a Dutch electronic music producer based in Rotterdam. His breakthrough came with the release in 1992 of the minimal techno track Pullover. Subsequently, his material became more mellow as he moved away from the hardcore sounds that were then becoming popular in Belgium and the Netherlands. ive Beam Me Up, 1995 live album. Public Energy No. 1 Plus 8NovaMute, 1997. Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I Fax 49-69450464, 1999 as Jochem Paap. Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 II Fax 49-69450464, 1999 as Jochem Paap. A Shocking Hobby NovaMute, 2000. Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I Tracklist. Un-Klkkn Lyrics. Dtnd-Jn Lyrics. About Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I. Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I Q&A. Producers Speedy J. Writers Speedy J. Label Fax 49-69450464. More Speedy J albums. A Shocking Hobby. G Spot. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM slowestfastest tempos:, BPM. Tracklist Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 I. Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 II. Jochem Paap 3 tracks Released in 1999 Electronic. Jchm-2ngn. Listen full album. View all Jochem Paap albums. 7 tracks. Released in 1999


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Reviews:
  • Bajinn
"Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs" = "Various-Ambient-Pieces"
  • Abywis
its all about mood with this one.If you listen to much with your head or your ears and think about it to muchyou may not get it but its the mood , vibe and the depth thats unique and pulls you in.I havent heard much music thats got this particular emotion.For me this is one of the classic ambient works of the last 30 years.
  • Wrathmaster
for me one of the ultimate fax releases , really f . . .moody and a minimalism thats really spot on.This kind of music is rare.
  • funike
The comparison to Aphex Twin's second installment of "Selected Ambient Works" is not without any merit. These ambient pieces, which mainly just wander around, without any given goal, start or ending point, will either grab you by the time Un-Klkkn is over, or you'll just dismiss the album as presumptuous rubbish. While I have nothing but major respect for Jochem Paap, this one, despite its scarsity, is a mixed bag.
First of all, if you're looking for lengthy tracks to mesemrize you, hypnotize you with their infinte depth and apparently random structure, then you should shift focus on the second installment of the series. This one, for starters, has more tracks, shorter in duration, which means that at times your contemplative, deeply immerged state of mind will be interrupted by a sudden change of style/sound. Take Trpp-Bll, my favorite ambient piece of them all displayed on these two albums, which is an incredibly deep, eerie and really endless piece with infinite directions and possibilites one could take listening to it - I could keep on getting lost for days in its humming, thick bass line, but once it's over, the dull drones Trmml-Dx kick in, and the magic is all over.
My favorite tracks are Spk, with its emphasized repetitve synth swoop, which does wonders when listened to loud on a pair of high quality headphones. Then comes, Dtnd-Jn, a highly introspective and melancholic composition, with soft piano touches, and a piercing bass line gently breaking in every once in a while. The already mentioned Trmml-Dx should be a calling card in Speedy J's ambient sets, if he ever played them - a remarkable piece of work.
As for the rest, bottom line is that you'll consider this a stone cold classic if you enjoy dark, aimless, dream like ambient music, which is deprived of any percussion, samples or superflous sound effects. This is ambient at its purest. The soundtrack to silence in your dark bed room.
It may not be as memorable and effective as the second installment, but I just cannot imagine anyone infatuated with SAW2 not giving this a dozen spins. If dreamy, cosmic ambience is your thing, and if you dislike the use of vocals, birds, waterfalls and what-not in the genre, I cannot stress out just how much are you missing out on. If you ever wanted to know what it feels like waking up in the dark, without the ability to detect where you are - this is it!
It's not my favorite work by Jochem, far from it, but if you are familiar with his production output, then you know that the 1995-1998 period was an era when he broke many boundries and flirted with more styles than one could remember.
  • Malakelv
A brilliant ambient release that would sit nicely next to Aphex's SAW 2 or a couple of the more atmospheric tracks on Autechre's Amber. Long, beatless pieces that range from blissed out warmth to darker, eerier passages. Highly recommended, along with its companion work Vrs-Mbnt-Pcs 9598 II.