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System 7 - Up album mp3

System 7 - Up album mp3

Performer: System 7
Title: Up
Country: Japan
Released: 2011
Style: Trance, Techno, Tech House
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 486
Other formats: AHX MP4 TTA DTS MP1 AA ADX

System 7 is the first studio album by the dance/ambient band System 7. A somewhat different version was released in the United States as 777 by 777. (777 was also the title of System 7's second UK album. With several vocal tracks, this album has rather a different feel from later System 7 albums.

Artist: System 7. Album: Up. Released: 2011. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: November 13, 2015 - System 7 – X-Port (2015). August 4, 2014 - System 7 – Out (2014). June 17, 2011 - System 7 – Classics (2011).

Cafe Seven album - Track details & Soundcloud Samples. System 7 - PositiveNoise - VIDEO. System 7 and Rovo - Phoenix Rising. Rovo and System 7 - Hinotori EP - Bandcamp Page. System 7 - Passion EP - Bandcamp Page. System 7 UP - info, MP3, track detail page. Encantado album - Soundcloud Samples. Mirror System - Soundcloud Samples. System 7 - PositiveNoise - club single - June 13th 2011 - MP3 page. System 7 Classics - digital release Jan 10th 2011 - info & MP3 page. Mirror System - Reflector DJ mix CD - info & MP3 page

Complete your System 7 collection. I generally prefer System 7's earlier work but the final three tracks on this album are noteworthy -

System 7 are a UK-based electronic dance music band. Due to the existence of another band called System Seven they were initially billed as 777 in North America. The first System 7 album was released on Virgin's 10 Records dance music label, followed by the vinyl-only Derrick May collaboration Altitude (featuring Ultra Naté). In 1992 System 7 moved to Youth's Butterfly label, releasing 4 albums, until 1999 when they founded their own label A-Wave for all future releases, also re-releasing their Butterfly catalogue. Phoenix Rising (2013) with Rovo.

System 7. Biography by John Bush. System 7. Power of Seven. 777. The Fire Album. System Express. System . : Fire &. ee Full Discography.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 System 7 & A Guy Called Gerald PositiveNoise 8:40
2 System 7 & Funky Gong Minoru* Funky Gong 7:08
3 System 7 Berimbau
Violin [Electric] – Yuji Katsui
4 System 7 The Mind Boggles 7:40
5 System 7 At Last 6:28
6 System 7 E-Fusion 8:42
7 Josh Wink Dolphin Smack (System 7 Remix)
Remix – System 7
8 System 7 & A Guy Called Gerald I Seem To Be A Verb 7:15
9 System 7 Plasmatic Park 5:44


  • Mixed By – System 7
  • Written-By – Gerald Simpson (tracks: 1, 8), Josh Wink (tracks: 7), Minoru Tsunoda (tracks: 2), Miquette Giraudy (tracks: 1 to 6, 8, 9), Steve Hillage (tracks: 1 to 6, 8, 9)


Released in digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5060016708180
  • Matrix / Runout: SOUND PERFORMANCE 020 8691 2121 MDT AAWCD014
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI AAHP1

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WKYCD031 System 7 Up ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Wakyo Records WKYCD031 Japan 2011
AAWCD014 System 7 Up ‎(CDr, Promo) A-Wave AAWCD014 UK 2011

Reviews (2)
Cripes, what a disappointment. :( Up sees Steve and Miquette now moving to ape minimal techno and trance so they can "stay relevant", they have once again forgotten practically everything that made their music unique, powerful, emotional and creative in the early to mid 90s.This is, throughout, minimal trance banging with absolutely no memorable melodies or guitar riffs at all. Instead, there's crazy sound effects, noise builds, drops and all the now overdone minimal club tricks. Only the opening track "PositiveNoise" has some vaguely moving guitar phrases, and it isn't until the excruciating "Plasmatic Park" that we get to hear any proper guitar soloing. Everything else is mindless noise-rush minimal trance / techno bollocks that has become a cliche already. Oh, there IS guitar here, but usually only the now-overused delayed picking.There's a particular nadir on Up, "Funky Gong" samples Gong with a descending guitar riff, and a ridiculous vocal part. It doesn't fit at all, set to minimal blippery that outstays its welcome within seconds.I'm sure tons of people are enjoying this album and will claim I'm listening to this wrong. But there was a time when Steve and Miquette used System 7 as a way to combine modern dance rhythms with guitar pyrotechnics and synth bliss. There's very little of the latter two here, only endless, minimalistic, undercomposed club thump thump. Shame really, Phoenix wasn't bad.

Abandoned Electrical
Another great release by S7. As usual they continue to update their sound and here on Up we have a strong modern techno influence, not too hard, not too minimal, but something in between. Very accessible and mixable with deep bass, chuggy hihats and the trademark S7 pads and sequences that take the music to a much more atmospheric level than most techno out there. Only problem I can find is the disc is mastered too loud. I don't how Steve & Miquette keep doing it but I'm not complaining - Up is a must have for any techno or trance fan.

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