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Bixio, Frizzi & Tempera - Magnetic Systems Album

Tracklist

1Electronic Sound (Excerpt)2:20
2Attesa Insopportabile1:35
3Facce Violente2:35
4Sette Note In Nero2:22
5Consessioni Naturali4:15
6Death's Song2:33
7Vai Gorilla2:56
8Chaco1:51
9Allucinazioni Mistiche2:20
10Night Club Dance0:41
11Escape (Film Version)4:36
12Godzilla4:39
13Escape (7" Version)3:13
14Avangiù2:03
15The Hunt Down3:09

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FKR084CDBixio, Frizzi & Tempera Magnetic Systems ‎(CD, Comp)Finders Keepers RecordsFKR084CD2016

Credits

  • Compilation ProducerDoug Shipton
  • Compilation Producer, Liner NotesAndy Votel
  • Mastered By-LVC-
  • Written-ByBixio, Frizzi & Tempera

Notes

Made in EU.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5060099505881
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (A - etched): FKR084LP -A- -LVC- MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (B - etched): FKR084LP -B- -LVC- MPO

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Finders Keepers Records
  • Copyright (c) – Finders Keepers Records
  • Produced For – Finders Keepers Records
  • Licensed From – Cinevox Record s.r.l.
  • Licensed Through – Bella Casa Music Ltd.
  • Pressed By – MPO

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Bixio, Frizzi & Tempera - Magnetic Systems Album

Performer: Bixio, Frizzi & Tempera

Title: Magnetic Systems

Country: UK

Release date: 2016

Label: Finders Keepers Records

Style: Soundtrack, Prog Rock

Catalog: FKR084LP

Genre: Electronic / Rock / SoundTracks

Size MP3: 2841 mb

Size FLAC: 2129 mb

Rating: 4.0 / 5

Votes: 079

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Compilation

Related to Bixio, Frizzi & Tempera - Magnetic Systems

Matty
My copy has surface noise in a pie-segment of each side throughout most of each side (so there is a fuzzy woosh-click each rotation). Replaced once, same issue. Not a deal-breaker, a lot of the music masks it, but periodically low-level distracting.

The music itself is fantastic; if you've read anything about this you've probably seen a Goblin reference, which is on the nose. These guys are coming from the same place, and just as talented and ballsy. The back of this record has extensive (a la 60s classical music back-cover notes) liner notes regarding their relevance and history. A9 and B3 are showstoppers. There really isn't any fat on this.

My only issue with the music aspect is the sequence; it feels pretty spastic and "schizophrenic", if you'll excuse my use. I've only gone through it a time or two, so maybe I have failed to see the nuance, but in many instances it feels like a lot of tracks are sequenced to be furthest from its predecessor and successor in tone, tempo, instrumentation. I would have chosen to build up an arc with tempo and some likeness, with maybe some dramatic asides and divergence, or even broken the sides up into a contemplative/airy/jazzy side and a gonzo side. As is it feels scattered. But the music is still great, the best of weird 70s, no ones phoning it in or taking an easy route with their writing.

Sound quality is very good, solid bass, but I wouldn't be able to tell where the sources are from. There isn't a huge variance from track to track quality even though I'd imagine they're from a wide variety of sources.

Four stars, all things considered. 5 if the pressing was quieter and the sequence more considered (though again, maybe I just haven't seen the consideration yet).
Matty
My copy has surface noise in a pie-segment of each side throughout most of each side (so there is a fuzzy woosh-click each rotation). Replaced once, same issue. Not a deal-breaker, a lot of the music masks it, but periodically low-level distracting.

The music itself is fantastic; if you've read anything about this you've probably seen a Goblin reference, which is on the nose. These guys are coming from the same place, and just as talented and ballsy. The back of this record has extensive (a la 60s classical music back-cover notes) liner notes regarding their relevance and history. A9 and B3 are showstoppers. There really isn't any fat on this.

My only issue with the music aspect is the sequence; it feels pretty spastic and "schizophrenic", if you'll excuse my use. I've only gone through it a time or two, so maybe I have failed to see the nuance, but in many instances it feels like a lot of tracks are sequenced to be furthest from its predecessor and successor in tone, tempo, instrumentation. I would have chosen to build up an arc with tempo and some likeness, with maybe some dramatic asides and divergence, or even broken the sides up into a contemplative/airy/jazzy side and a gonzo side. As is it feels scattered. But the music is still great, the best of weird 70s, no ones phoning it in or taking an easy route with their writing.

Sound quality is very good, solid bass, but I wouldn't be able to tell where the sources are from. There isn't a huge variance from track to track quality even though I'd imagine they're from a wide variety of sources.

Four stars, all things considered. 5 if the pressing was quieter and the sequence more considered (though again, maybe I just haven't seen the consideration yet).