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Node - Node flac album

Node - Node flac album Performer: Node
Title: Node
Style: Ambient, Experimental, Leftfield, Abstract
Released: 1995
Country: UK
MP3 album: 1342 mb
FLAC album: 1315 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: DMF AUD WMA WAV FLAC ASF VQF
Genre: Electronic

Node is the third full-length album from Australian metalcore band Northlane. It was released by We Are Unified and Rise on 24 July 2015. This is the first album to feature vocalist Marcus Bridge after the departure of Adrian Fitipaldes in 2014. The band released two promotional singles, "Ra" and "Leech" respectively. Ra" was handed out to fans as a free-download gift for supporting the band

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Node is the third full-length album from Australian metalcore band Northlane. Ra" was handed out to fans as a free-download gift for supporting the band

Дата релиза 24 Июль 2015. Лейблы Rise Records UNFD New Damage Records. Produced by Will Putney. Музыкальный стильMetalcore. Владельцы этого альбома15.

New Album, ‘Node Live’, Captures Synth Supergroup Performance. DiN has released a new album, ‘Node Live’, that captures synth supergroup Node performing with four large-format synth rigs at the Royal College of Music in London. Cliff Proctor is with Ian Boddy.

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Released: July 24th 2015 Up next we have the lead single from the album Obelisk which fans may have already had a taste for when they checked out the video clip which was released early last month. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this track from start to finish as it builds up quite nicely throughout before slamming down again with force for the last 20 seconds. Following this we have the title tack Node which again starts off slow before the epic sounding vocals of Marcus telling us You could be the change, sets the song up as a come together as humanity anthem.

Node is the third studio album from Australian metalcore band Northlane. It was released by UNFD and Rise on 24 July 2015. Ra" was handed out to fans as a free-download gift for supporting the band. Leech" was released as a promotional single after the band began an interactive puzzle with clips of the song, combining all of the pieces together will create the song in its full length Track listing.

Label: Deviant Records ‎– DVNT 5 CD, Deviant Records ‎– dvnt5cd. Brush the dust off your lava lamp, put on your headphones, and go with the flow. For listeners who know this style of music well, Node is a tough act to follow. Reply See 1 reply Notify me 9 Helpful.

Tracklist

1 Clock 9:43
2 Olivine 8:04
3 Slapback 12:15
4 Levy 12:00
5 Propane 14:50

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Deviant Records
  • Copyright (c) – Deviant Records
  • Produced For – 140dB
  • Recorded At – Wessex Sound Studios
  • Recorded At – Master Rock Studios
  • Edited At – KPM Music
  • Mastered At – Chop 'Em Out
  • Manufactured By – Damont

Credits

  • Artwork [Cover Artwork By] – Ros Ellis*
  • Edited By – Matthew Denny
  • Engineer – Blue , Node, Traci Sherman*
  • Management – 140dB
  • Mastered By – Simon Hayworth*
  • Synthesizer [Interactive Phrase] – Dave Bessell
  • Synthesizer [Modular Moog] – Ed Buller
  • Synthesizer [The Putney] – Flood
  • Trumpet [Ring Modulated] – Gary Stout
  • Written-By, Producer, Performer [Damage Improvised By] – Node

Notes

Issued in a standard clear tray jewel case with a 4-page booklet.

Recorded live direct to stereo at Wessex Studio's, 3-6 January 1995 and Master Rock Studios, 23 July 1994.
Mastered [...] at Chop Em Out.

[On CD:]
℗ 1995 Deviant © 1995 Deviant
Made In England

Category appears as "DVNT 5 CD" on back and CD, and as "dvnt5cd" on spines.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016556 500524
  • Barcode (String): 5016556500524
  • Matrix / Runout: DAMONT DVNT 5 CD CDM01
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1 & 2): none
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1L02
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): none

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
dvnt5mc Node Node ‎(Cass, Album) Deviant Records dvnt5mc UK 1995
DVNT05LP Node Node ‎(2xLP, Album) Deviant Records DVNT05LP UK 1995


Comments: (4)
Xava
Very good music. experimental.Avant gardiste. The best. NODE 2 est genial aussi.
Malarad
nice ambient.Recommended for listeners who are familiar with this style.
Naktilar
Like a lost Tangerine Dream album, only better. Dave Bessell, Gary Stout, Ed Buller, and Flood (who's produced U2 and Nine Inch Nails) cling tightly to their vintage keyboards and make them click, howl, sweep, and pulse with nothing less than exploratory genius. Node delivers all the trimmings of a classic electronic album circa mid-'70s, but lets it ripen for ten extra years. This 1995 release embraces the psychedelic style (right down to the rise-and-fall song structure) with youthful energy, and stays loyal to its roots by using only yesteryear's analog equipment. Furthermore (and to their credit), the album was recorded live, direct to stereo with no overdubs or additional studio trickery. It's as if they played by yesterday's rules in order to win the game (and they do). This is pure, uncut electronic music -- a welcome addition for the collectors, and a real discovery for those curious about the genre. Brush the dust off your lava lamp, put on your headphones, and go with the flow. For listeners who know this style of music well, Node is a tough act to follow. -- Glenn Swan
The_NiGGa
Ultravod's description sums it up excellently. I love that classic analogue sound. If you like Tangerine Dream's Phaedra or Rubycon or Radio Massacre International then I would say you will love this. I saw Klaus Schulze in Derby in 1996 and there was an electronic music fair on. I discovered this Node album there after a tip-off. Absolutely fantastic. I then bought the Node live at Paddington e.p. Steve FC