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Luciano - No Model No Tool Album

Tracklist

1Inner Sirens4:40
2Tonerres4:16
3Keridos9:50
4Le Chant2:02
5Saulitude12:11
6Somewhere Near His Heart15:00
7Alternated Tones4:38
8Afghan Birds3:03

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CSC001Luciano No Model No Tool ‎(2x12", Promo, W/Lbl)CadenzaCSC001Switzerland2007
promocd Luciano No Model No Tool ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Cadenzapromocd Switzerland2007

Credits

  • Producer, Written-ByLuciano

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 27170 14656 3
  • Label Code: LC 14482
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): CSC 001 A MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): CSC 001 B MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): CSC 001 C MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): CSC 001 D MPO

Companies

  • Distributed By – Wordandsound
  • Produced For – Cadenza Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cadenza Records
  • Copyright (c) – Cadenza Records
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Pressed By – MPO

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Luciano - No Model No Tool Album

Performer: Luciano

Title: No Model No Tool

Country: Switzerland

Release date: 12 Feb 2007

Label: Cadenza

Style: Minimal, Ambient

Catalog: CSC001

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2463 mb

Size FLAC: 1972 mb

Rating: 4.7 / 5

Votes: 361

Record source: 2 × Vinyl, 12", Album

Related to Luciano - No Model No Tool

Ndlaitha
It's all about tracks on the second record. Visionary music.
Ndlaitha
It's all about tracks on the second record. Visionary music.
Ceck
As with so many highlights from Cadenza, those expecting a peak club album were disillusioned. Listening again 8 years on, & its true merit is unveiled- its an immersive electronic slab of silicon butter, & will live on where some (more direct) offerings become tired. Pure brilliance, & a fair way beyond 'interesting'.
Ceck
As with so many highlights from Cadenza, those expecting a peak club album were disillusioned. Listening again 8 years on, & its true merit is unveiled- its an immersive electronic slab of silicon butter, & will live on where some (more direct) offerings become tired. Pure brilliance, & a fair way beyond 'interesting'.
Goltigor
Dj tool, no more, no less. Hopefully there will be more to come from this series, which is basically, an updated and rekitted drums and efx record providing the dj who's up for playing around and taking chances towards building and creating a groove from the ground up or extending one into new places. Long favoured for the secret weapon kind of impact they possess for the dj in search of the next plateau or as a way of extending, flourishing and maximizing a groove. Sualitude and Keridos are the drum tracks, one for building and one for extending. Tribal, ever shifting and long, perfect for dj laziness if used without motivation and excellent for opening up new spaces. Given a good dj set up with at least 3 sources minimum these records can serve up some serious damage when woven and placed properly. Not much in the bright up lifting way except for Saulitude, if laced right. But more as challenges and melancholic isolated drifts into that late night smokey territory for the dedicated. The ambient tracks also seem to be more just extended drifts of a thought befitting their tool premise or aiming for a kind of Coil Consequences of Raising Hell redux.
Goltigor
Dj tool, no more, no less. Hopefully there will be more to come from this series, which is basically, an updated and rekitted drums and efx record providing the dj who's up for playing around and taking chances towards building and creating a groove from the ground up or extending one into new places. Long favoured for the secret weapon kind of impact they possess for the dj in search of the next plateau or as a way of extending, flourishing and maximizing a groove. Sualitude and Keridos are the drum tracks, one for building and one for extending. Tribal, ever shifting and long, perfect for dj laziness if used without motivation and excellent for opening up new spaces. Given a good dj set up with at least 3 sources minimum these records can serve up some serious damage when woven and placed properly. Not much in the bright up lifting way except for Saulitude, if laced right. But more as challenges and melancholic isolated drifts into that late night smokey territory for the dedicated. The ambient tracks also seem to be more just extended drifts of a thought befitting their tool premise or aiming for a kind of Coil Consequences of Raising Hell redux.
Dikus
There is an obvious reason why there are ambient works as well as beat tracks here; they are meant to be played together. Luciano often plays in his dj sets ambient works superbly mixed up with banging minimal repetitive beats...
Dikus
There is an obvious reason why there are ambient works as well as beat tracks here; they are meant to be played together. Luciano often plays in his dj sets ambient works superbly mixed up with banging minimal repetitive beats...
Todal
intriguing comment, thanks for the insight - rory
Todal
intriguing comment, thanks for the insight - rory
Rocksmith
Even if this release failed to be totally acomplished, it really is of great interest. First of all because it's not so often that a quite famous techno producer decide to have a little break in some beatless adventures, and secondly because in doing so he avoids some cliché that most of his comrades falls in. But, it's not a total new Luciano side that is offered to us here, the first 12" let us with two great rythmic tracks, each one extremely focused on restricted elements but in a powerful and imaginative manner that makes both of them two trully greats from Mr Nicolet's oeuvre, and two good exemples of hypnotism through small but effective variations. The problem is with the second 12". Below the interesting idea of providing some different tools for the djs, Luciano is finally stuck beetwen his initial idea and the willingness of emerging in some Musique Concrète territory. What we finally have has not the quality of both proposals, and remain a bit frustrating, not that each of the six tracks of this 12" are not of interest, but they seems a bit incomplete, too short or two long, too vague or too focused. Nonetheless, they all have a certain beauty inside and deserve a carefull listening.
Rocksmith
Even if this release failed to be totally acomplished, it really is of great interest. First of all because it's not so often that a quite famous techno producer decide to have a little break in some beatless adventures, and secondly because in doing so he avoids some cliché that most of his comrades falls in. But, it's not a total new Luciano side that is offered to us here, the first 12" let us with two great rythmic tracks, each one extremely focused on restricted elements but in a powerful and imaginative manner that makes both of them two trully greats from Mr Nicolet's oeuvre, and two good exemples of hypnotism through small but effective variations. The problem is with the second 12". Below the interesting idea of providing some different tools for the djs, Luciano is finally stuck beetwen his initial idea and the willingness of emerging in some Musique Concrète territory. What we finally have has not the quality of both proposals, and remain a bit frustrating, not that each of the six tracks of this 12" are not of interest, but they seems a bit incomplete, too short or two long, too vague or too focused. Nonetheless, they all have a certain beauty inside and deserve a carefull listening.
Aver
I dont understand this album... It's something that Luciano had not showed us before. It's an "ambient" album, not Luciano's freaky/dancing techno. Aphgan Birds reminds us Isao Tomita, Le Chant is a deep ambient track that reminds us Susumu Yokota, in Saultitude we do get some beats but it's not a dance track, on Tonerres we get freaky vocals. Weird for me, I was hopping for some more Luciano's techno....but I'll guess I'll have to learn from this too.
Aver
I dont understand this album... It's something that Luciano had not showed us before. It's an "ambient" album, not Luciano's freaky/dancing techno. Aphgan Birds reminds us Isao Tomita, Le Chant is a deep ambient track that reminds us Susumu Yokota, in Saultitude we do get some beats but it's not a dance track, on Tonerres we get freaky vocals. Weird for me, I was hopping for some more Luciano's techno....but I'll guess I'll have to learn from this too.