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Plastikman - Consumed / Pakard album

Plastikman - Consumed / Pakard album
  • Performer Plastikman
  • Title Consumed / Pakard
  • Date of release 2009
  • Style Techno, Dub Techno, Acid
  • Other formats AHX ASF VOC ADX MP2 MMF AC3
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 1585 mb
  • Size FLAC 1345 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 765

Consumed is the fourth studio album by Canadian electronic music producer Richie Hawtin, and his third under the stage name Plastikman. It was released in 1998. It peaked at number 21 on the UK Independent Albums Chart. Pitchfork placed it at number 34 on the "50 Best Albums of 1998" list. All tracks written by Richie Hawtin. Richie Hawtin – music.

This album might be one of the best productions of Plastikman. It has a rare sound which drives you the deeper parts of the ocean. The minimalist wave keeps the intentions of your inner melancholy. The tenth track, that is the name of the album also, has an extra-ordinary formation,just tremendous. No word can describe the exact feelings of the listener. for this album, you should try your shot. The cover of the cd album is also very interesting for that period of time, in my opinion it reflects the artistic point of Plastikman, himself very directly. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.

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Moreover, Consumed plays like a continuous album rather than a collection of tracks; individual tracks stand out only when memorable moments arise, the opening build of the title track, for instance. It's easy to be drawn in by Consumed, which makes the title all too fitting, for the ambient mood and dark tone are inviting while the mammoth basslines and synth washes are enveloping. All of this makes Consumed Hawtin's most listenable album to date.

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Here are the first three tracks on the "artifakts (bc)" album, my all-time faves. Turn on, tune in and drop out to this exquisite acid ambience. Pakard reminds me of the echoes and reverb that would travel through that large empty factory during his parties there. Was always excited when we arrived at a map point to find out that that was were the party would be (Packard-auto plant in Detroit). If directions said take 94 to the Mt Elliot exit, it was on.


A Consumed
B Pakard


No info on the release, both label sides do only show the Plastikman logo.

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2 of Richie Hawtin's best moments captured on this gorgeous unofficial release. Consumed is a deep dark club oriented techno track somewhere along the lines of "I Don't Know", but in a more aggressive manner. The B-Side "Pakard" for some reason reminds me of that scene in the movie "Groove" where they introduce the chill-out room, and you see the subwoofer thumping amongst lit candles, a table of fresh fruit, and comfy cozy furniture. The B-Side is my favorite for killing time after work in a mentally constructive manner ;)