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Kabuki - Signal To Noise album mp3

Kabuki - Signal To Noise album mp3

Performer: Kabuki
Title: Signal To Noise
Country: Germany
Released: 2004
Style: Downtempo, Drum n Bass
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 618
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referencing Signal To Noise, CD, Album, CORE 022-2. This is one of those albums I always come across when browsing through a second hand store, which could be kind of rare being an album with crossover potential from the very good producers Kabuki and Mainframe. So, after the dark Makai albums (both very good if you ask me) and the jazzy Megashira ones (not quite as satisfactory), here there is a collection of songs which are their sunniest and most positive production ever

Signal to Noise (2004).

Signal-to-noise ratio. Signal-to-noise ratio (abbreviated SNR or S/N) is a measure used in science and engineering that compares the level of a desired signal to the level of background noise. It is defined as the ratio of signal power to the noise power, often expressed in decibels. A ratio higher than 1:1 (greater than 0 dB) indicates more signal than noise.

Signal to Noise may refer to: Signal-to-noise ratio, a measure used in science and engineering to quantify how much a signal has been corrupted by noise. Signal-to-noise ratio (imaging), this measure specifically in the field of imaging. Signal to Noise (comics), a 1992 graphic novel written by Neil Gaiman and illustrated by Dave McKean. Signal to Noise (novel), a 1998 cyberpunk novel by Eric S. Nylund. Signal to Noise (Moreno-Garcia novel), a 2015 fantasy novel by Silvia Moreno-Garcia.

Kabuki Signal To Noise. Published Jul 01, 2004. Can drum & bass be delicate? While the frantic music verges on metal at one end of its spectrum, Kabuki shows how the other end of the spectrum can be nearly dainty — when prepared properly, that is. Keeping the odd wedge of descending fat bass, and employing other, more consistent bass lines that straddle d&b and house, he’s used the genre’s skitterish and speedy rhythms as a bed for neo-soul and house melody lines and voices.

Released: March 22, 2004.

Tracklist

Kabuki Hidden Track 3:29
Kabuki vs. Pentagon Transworld 6:06
Kabuki Sexdrive 5:45
Kabuki Speed Of Sound 6:10
Kabuki Impant 5:02
Kabuki Lizard (Different Version) 5:17
Kabuki Ghosthack 5:23
Kabuki After The Fire (Alternate Version) 4:32
DJ Matt The Way I Swing (Kabuki Remix) 6:06
Kabuki Logic Bomb 5:28
One:Soul Spend The Night (Kabuki Remix) 5:53
Kabuki Pacemaker 4:59
Kabuki Shibuya Nightlife 4:52

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CORE 022-2 Kabuki Signal To Noise ‎(CD, Album) Combination Records CORE 022-2 Germany 2004
CORE 022-1 Kabuki Signal To Noise ‎(2x12") Combination Records CORE 022-1 Germany 2004
VIA-0019 Kabuki Signal To Noise ‎(CD, Album) Village Again VIA-0019 Japan 2004


Reviews (4)
Berkohi
im not sure if this is known already but while i was ripping some tracks from the combination records cd version of signal to noise i stumbled onto a hidden track,its untitled and the song duration is 3:29. im not sure if its some kind of intro but theres acutally 13 tracks on the cd version instead of 12 above listed

skyjettttt
Wow! I didn't even know someone had replied to my comment all this time; I didn't get any notifications whatsoever, but thank you very much for taking the time to let me know, and giving a name to what would have continued to be known as an untitled track.

Thetath
Good catch! That's "Kappa Epsilon", which was also included as a bonus beat on the vinyl release

Jox
This is one of those albums I always come across when browsing through a second hand store, which could be kind of rare being an album with crossover potential from the very good producers Kabuki and Mainframe. So, after the dark Makai albums (both very good if you ask me) and the jazzy Megashira ones (not quite as satisfactory), here there is a collection of songs which are their sunniest and most positive production ever. Starting with the beautiful Transworld (yes, another samba turned into drum n bass, but mixing organic instruments in the most natural way possible), and continuing with a remix of Vikter Duplaix' "Manhood", the album peaks with a Cleveland Watkiss collaboration - as usual, Cleveland Watkiss has the ability to work on the best songs of the album he contributes to, or maybe he turns them on the best songs... -. From then on, a mix of styles, mostly gentle broken beat/breakbeat that sound like Somatik productions. A beautiful hip hop production in "Implant" and, again, a gorgeous Cleveland Watkiss contribution in "After the Fire", stand above the slightly formulary rest of the songs. And that's the problem of the album: this is one of those that is uniformly well produced, which hasn't a flaw, but which isn't powerful enough to last until the last drum n bass songs. Then I think to myself that this is just a tracking problem: you cannot slow an album so much at the half of it and then throw the topical dnb productions at the end. That way, this sounds more like a patchy collection of singles than an album of some memorable songs and productions that work better outside of it. Despite all of this, very recommended.

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