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Tracklist

1Drive (The Age Of Automation)5:55
2Learning4:09
3The Wheel5:04
4Motor City7:05
5Assembly4:14
6A Time To Rebuild5:59
7Slow Motion Katrina
6:03
8Black Technician10:56
9The Exodos5:54
10Better Life7:16
11Hate Transmissions10:16
12Torque One6:17

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MMCD038Robert Hood Motor: Nighttime World 3 ‎(CD, Album)Music Man RecordsMMCD038Belgium2012
MMCD038, OTLCD1842Robert Hood Motor: Nighttime World 3 ‎(CD, Album)Music Man Records, Octave LabMMCD038, OTLCD1842Japan2012
MMCD038DRobert Hood Motor: Nighttime World 3 ‎(12xFile, FLAC, Album)Music Man RecordsMMCD038DBelgium2012
MMCD038Robert Hood Motor: Nighttime World 3 ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Music Man RecordsMMCD038Belgium2012
MMLP038Robert Hood Motor: Nighttime World 3 ‎(3x12", Album + CD, Album)Music Man RecordsMMLP038Belgium2012

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Robert Hood - Motor: Nighttime World 3 FLAC
Performer:
Robert Hood
Title:
Motor: Nighttime World 3
Genre:
FLAC size:
1431 mb
MP3 size:
1727 mb
WMA size:
1448 mb
Country:
Belgium
Released:
06 Jul 2012
Label:
Music Man Records
Style:
Techno, Acid Jazz, Downtempo, Minimal, Acid
Rating:
4.1
Catalog №:
MMCD038D
Duktilar
Robert Hood finally releases the much anticipated and long-awaited third episode in the already namesake 'Nighttime World' series. Drawing on inspirations from Julien Temples highly recommendable documentary 'Requiem For Detroit?', Hood once again investigates the very template he created back in 1994, with the release of 'Minimal Nation' on Axis.On 'Nighttime World 3', Robert Hood meticulously examines and reproduces his personal reflections over Detroit's shambolic past, but at the same time, he reaches out to offer a better way for the city he grew up in. What so distinctively sets Hood apart from all the people doing so-called minimalism within electronic music is not only his fine tuned ear, his individual sound or the elements he inserts into the music. It's the unique, conceptual take on Detroit Techno, which he patented almost 20 years ago.As a firm believer of music to be the focal point of the experience in favor of concepts coming in second, I usually avoid paying too much attention to the aforementioned element. However, Robert Hood belongs to the select few artists who with ease can imbue his thoughts and emotion into a wholesome and thus master the art of creating an album with total fluidity.Fluid and flowing is what the first track 'The Exodos' brings to the table. A subtle, thoughtful and gently rubbing affair with a delicate mood thanks to the engulfment of lavishing strings and perfectly timed plunging effects.'Motor City' is an obvious testament to Detroit, which features the classic signatures of Hood's yet relaxed but powerful aesthetics. Sparkling bass lines, piano stabs and with the ever present feel of suspense only to finally release it towards the last 3 minutes of the track.'The Wheel' is mandatory 'Nighttime World' material. Turning slowly (yes, like a wheel) and gradually revealing jazzy elements of emotional piano chords, vocal bits and rattling hi-hat fractures. The atmosphere seems like it has almost been captured at closing time in one of Detroit's car factories as the workers wind down for the day only to start the identical process over again the following day.'Black Technician' seems so deliciously effortless in its structure and dramaturgy. A pool of bass synth modulation dominates the track in its entirety as the same synth floods the soundscape in a higher octave. Yet again there's this utterly provocative suspense for the first half of the track, which is thankfully released to the fullest as Hood unleashes the auspicious glockenspiel in a triumphant march towards completion.On the aptly titled 'Drive' the pulsating arpeggio structure of the bass and relentlessly shattering hi-hats truly justifies the very meaning of the word. An electrified high way ride into the unknown and ultimately perfected as Hood implements his glorious string arrangements.'Slow Motion Katrina' rolls in slowly and with adept contemplation reproduces the swirling hurricane in a beautiful commemoration of those who fell victim of Katrina in 2005.The album is concluded with mechanical precision through 'A Time To Rebuild', which is also what Detroit needs to overcome its past in order move forward. It's indeed time for a new beginning but in a new direction as everything that initially shaped the city has changed.So, is the third episode of 'Nighttime World' superior or subpar compared to the previous two volumes? It's something quite different as the music is born from a different perspective, which accounts for Hood and Detroit both. Hood's heritage remains although he resided to Alabama quite some time ago, which he has definitely benefitted from in the respect of being able to focus more on his music without distraction. To me it seems like he's now more suitable of conducting and interpreting his vision to the fullest. A vision that would've come out quite differently had he still been a citizen of his native Detroit.
Fantastic review Klaus!Nice one.
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