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Robert Hood - Nighttime World Volume 1 album download

Robert Hood - Nighttime World Volume 1 album download Performer: Robert Hood
Album: Nighttime World Volume 1
Country: Austria
Released: 1995
Style: Techno, Minimal
Size MP3: 1390 mb.
Size FLAC: 1531 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 327

3. "Episode No 19". 4. "The Color Of Skin". 5. "Electric Nigger Part 1". 6. "Nighttime".

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B1Episode No. 19. B2The Color Of Skin. C1Electric Nigger Pt. 1. C2Nighttime. Nighttime World Volume 1. Cheap Item No: 351321. Vinyl 2LP 1995, AU – Original Used Vinyl (Vinyl: VG+, Cover: VG+).

Like Actress's RIP, Robert Hood's Motor: Nighttime World 3 is a concept album. If you only know Hood as the stark, sparse father of minimal techno, you may find that emotional richness hard to believe. But Motor is the third in a series of albums, the first released in 1995, where Hood puts the brake on, turns off the engine, and reflects

Robert Hood's first two Nighttime World albums were released in 1995 and 2000. Inspired by a viewing of Julien Temple's 2010 BBC documentary Requiem for Detroit?, the producer continues the series 12 years later. As a 1965-born Motor City native who has spent the past several years living in rural Alabama (he still has family in his hometown), Hood's perspective is uniquely connected yet recently distanced


Behind This Door 5:05
Nighttime World 5:25
Episode No. 19 3:48
The Color Of Skin 3:46
Electric Nigger Pt. 1 7:56
Nighttime 4:32
Untitled 7:24
Stark Reality 5:47


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
12 CHEAP 14 Robert Hood Nighttime World Volume 1 ‎(2x12", Album) Cheap 12 CHEAP 14 Austria 1995
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head straight for side D , Untitled is a minimal masterclass and Stark Reality is classic Detroit
Untitled is probably the most powerful two sounds ever recorded
Compared to the sadly overlooked 'Nighttime World Volume 2' which was released five years after this one, 'Nighttime World Volume 1' sounds quite raw, less polished and almost like a sketch for 'Volume 2'. It certainly is much closer to the early releases on M-Plant or Tresor, like 'Minimal Nation' and 'Internal Empire', which made Robert Hood famous for his inventive take on Detroit Techno. But the two 'Nighttime World' albums also have a lot in common. Hood's love for Jazz is clearly shining through on both of them, and all the elements that make his work stand out can be heard - plucked string sounds, clever and complex arrangement, his mumbling and rolling trademark basslines, detuned 909 kicks and, last but not least, strange mechanical noises used as percussive sounds. Straight Techno kick drums are far more present on this album than on the follow-up. Still, Hood develops each track far apart from the dogma of the straight bassdrum. Complex patterns cleverly build while rotating around themselves. They would as well stand the test of time if the straight 4/4 kick didn't come in at some point. But except for the broken-beat Future Jazz on 'Episode No.19' and 'The Color Of Skin', it does - and when it does, it sure makes things swing. 'Behind This Door' is a marvellous opener - very atmospheric, very jazzy, the perfect soundtrack to that certain feeling when you're about to leave your home at night to go clubbing. It's the moment when you step out into the nighttime world - which is waiting behind the door of your own home. After stepping out, Hood heads straight for the club. 'Nightime World' and 'Nighttime' are two peaktime takes on the same idea. Personally, I like the build-up of 'Nighttime World' much better. 'Electric Nigger Pt. 1' features feverish organs and a rolling bassline - one for the strobe in the basement. 'Untitled' is another version of the sparse but funky concept Hood also used on 'Moveable Parts'. 'Stark Reality' ends the album with another highlight. Highly recommended.