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Meat Beat Manifesto - Now Album

Meat Beat Manifesto - Now Album
Title:
Now
Performer:
Meat Beat Manifesto
Style:
Breaks, Electro, Downtempo, Dub
Released:
Sep 1991
Catalog:
PROMOBIAS 011
Country:
Netherlands
MP3 album size:
2935 mb
FLAC album size:
1698 mb
Genre:
Label:
Play It Again Sam [PIAS]

Tracklist


1Paradise Found7:18
2I'm In Paradise Now7:46
3Paradise Now5:10


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ED 5555Meat Beat Manifesto Now ‎(12", Promo)ElektraED 5555US1991
9 66517, 66517, 66517-2Meat Beat Manifesto Now ‎(CD, Maxi)Mute, Elektra, Mute, Elektra, Mute, Elektra9 66517, 66517, 66517-2US1991


Notes


No information given, except 'NOW' on front and back cover and on the labels.

Note: Although there was never a commercial Dutch release [on PLAY IT AGAIN SAM RECORDS, Belgium] for the "Now" single, it was pressed as
a translucent orange vinyl promotional-only 12".

Tracks B1 and B2 should be collectively considered as "Paradise Found / Paradise Now", as there is no definite separating break in between the two songs (their combined time is: 12:29).


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamped side A): 08 30599 20 1A1 PR BIAS 011
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamped side B): 08 30599 20 1B1 PR BIAS 011


Album


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Reviews:
  • Precious
Will never sell this record, perfect mix with: https://www.discogs.com/Industrial-Artz-Xorcism/release/518140
I'm a sucker for trippy downtempo.
  • Gavinranara
This is a seriously dark and far removed set of remixes from the original. Unlike the original (or any other mix for that matter), these are slowed down dub soundscapes from the plains of hell itself. Even though the bassline is really warm, the feel of the tracks are icy cold and very detached. Conjurs up images of somebody sitting in foetal position, wide eyed and rocking back and forth in a padded cell. Lovely!
There was a time when a friend of mine started a rumour that the mixes were by Andrew Weatherall and i can very much believe it but to date i have no evidence of that. It seems funny that Mr. Dangers was always way ahead of his time, but this 12 really did come very early and is very much in tune with the stuff he puts out now. I suppose thats why the name of the track 'NOW' really is appropriate.