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The Necks - Aether mp3 Performer: The Necks
Title: Aether
Style: Experimental, Ambient
Category: Electronic / Rock
Date of release: 2002
Country: UK
Label: ReR Megacorp
Catalog number: ReR NECKS2
Size MP3: 2706 mb
Size FLAC: 2118 mb
Rating: 4.0

Tracklist

1Aether63:50

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FOM 0007The Necks Aether ‎(CD, Album)Fish Of MilkFOM 0007Australia2001
FOM 0007The Necks Aether ‎(CD, Album, RE)Fish Of MilkFOM 0007AustraliaUnknown
ReR NECKS2The Necks Aether ‎(CD, Album)ReR MegacorpReR NECKS2UKUnknown

Credits

  • CoverAsi Föcker
  • Mastered ByPaul Bryant
  • PerformerChris Abrahams, Lloyd Swanton, Tony Buck
  • ProducerThe Necks
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByTim Whitten
  • Written-ByAbrahams, Swanton, Buck

Notes

© 2001
℗ 2002 ReR Megacorp
Distributed by ReR Megacorp
Distributed in USA by Cuneiform
Distributed in Japan by Locus Solus

Digipak packaging

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 752725015622
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LK15
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI L187
  • Matrix / Runout: WWW.MORPHIUS.COM MORPH-1986 3080-CD-0021
  • Label Code: LC-02677

Companies

  • Distributed By – ReR Megacorp
  • Distributed By – Cuneiform Records
  • Distributed By – Locus Solus
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ReR Megacorp
  • Published By – Sony / ATV Music Publishing
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Manufactured By – www.morphius.com – MORPH-1986

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User reviews
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The instruments' touch is like the album title, airy, light. I've never heard anything like this and that is alone a singular style choice in The Necks discography. For that matter i love them as a group, for their neverending creativity, their boundless minds from where they seem to extract a new self everytime a new album is composed. It's the same speech for every track of theirs. A new experience for each of their single-track albums, a new way these men experiment with bass, piano and drums.
A Jazz dream that starts slowly, with sweet drum and bass beats interspersed with silence that more and more merges with the piano taking a largening part in the set. When approaching the middle and over all the end we get lulled by the repeating piano high notes accompanied by the other two instruments, resulting in a compact pattern that will accompany the listener till the end.
I have to say, this really stands out as an album in the collection, and what better way to taste it than laying calm in bed, effortless.