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#1 Guest_Tomvcarter_*

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Posted 06 November 2002 - 12:00 PM

V/A - Motion Generator

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Artist: Various
Title: Motion Generator
Label: Flow
Date: 2002

Track listing:

01. Nativ Radio : Mums Expander
02. Morphem : Twin Towers
03. Lish : Simphonies Of Sickness
04. Echotek : Duel
05. Quarz : Midnight Ride
06. La Baaz : Flutgut
07. Yooza : I Don't Sleep
08. Ticon : Play That Dirty Piano
09. Antix : Fresh Friction


A week effort from the usually awsome Flow, nowhere near as good as anything
alse DJ pena has released. The tunes have potential, but they seem to all just
be half harted atempts. I know that these artists are capable of amazing
stuff, eg Morphem, Ticon, Ecotek, Antix, Paste (La Baaz), Nativ Radio &
ManMadeMan (Yooza). But these are just a bit week nothing special here in my
opinion, disapointing from one of the best lables around, dont be put off as
every other compilation they have released has been "top bommy!"

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Posted 19 November 2002 - 12:00 PM

In my opinion this is absolutely the best compilation so far from the fabulous
Flow. All tracks have a wonderfull Flow that makes them easy to accept
straight from the beginning. But they get you deeper, much deeper than you
thought when you give them a good listen. I've heard record about 10 times
now, and it's really growing. Every time I hear the songs I get better kicks
:) My favourites at the moment are Morphem with his intelligent fantasy-story
about cruel Skepsies (?) and gentle Mystics, Echotek with his happy and
bouncing track and Ticon with their groovy and sexy atmosphere that could be
straight from 2002 blaxploitation movie if there ever was one. And La Baaz
(member of Paste) is doing very good job alone, more moving than Paste. Quarz
is nice also, and Antix are the ones I've learned to love... how could I
resist their twin-magic? Great CD, 9/10

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Posted 11 January 2003 - 12:00 PM

indeed this is not the best FLOW release I know but not really week too... the
tracks that stand out for me are 1,2,4 and the lovely funky "play that dirty
piano" . coverdesign is wicked and the sound quality is a big improvement to
for example 'Filtered Beats'. I give this 6,5/10 ... I really wonder how the
upcoming D-Tector album will sound like.

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Posted 15 February 2008 - 10:10 PM

Boy did I just waste an hour listening to this snoozefest. I realize this must've been when minimal was popular, but 2 Tylenol PMs don't put me to sleep like this. I agree with the first poster that this seemed like a half-assed effort.


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