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Ratio - The Babel Syndrome album mp3

Performer: Ratio
Title: The Babel Syndrome
Country: US
Released: 1995
Style: Techno, Minimal
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 422
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Complete your Ratio collection. A very well done, although a tad boring and formulaic mid nineties techno release more in the minimal vein. Conflexx is an adequate DJ tool, but doesn't really manifest anything that would make it stand out from the crowd. A pretty typical 4x4 arrangement and a loop on top for five minutes.

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Tracklist

Conflexx
Neon Plasma
Channel 37
Prewax

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SCD 004 Ratio The Babel Syndrome ‎(12") 7th City SCD 004 US 1995
SCD 004 Ratio The Babel Syndrom ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) 7th City SCD 004 US 1995
SCD 004 Ratio The Babel Syndrome ‎(12", RP) 7th City SCD 004 US 1995


Reviews (2)
Kulasius
A very well done, although a tad boring and formulaic mid nineties techno release more in the minimal vein. Conflexx is an adequate DJ tool, but doesn't really manifest anything that would make it stand out from the crowd. A pretty typical 4x4 arrangement and a loop on top for five minutes. Creative... Not that I mind stuff like that (it's my type of sound after all), it just isn't done in a way that you'll remember what you've listened to once the track's up. Neon Plasma is s three minute ticker which relies on key note changes in the track's hook. Every other hit of the drum and the hook goes one note up and one more up up up, until the reverse process happens and then it goes back down, note by note. Interesting, if anything, although nothing I could imagine being of use in any kind of a set. Channel 37 is better. Much slower, the tempo is closer to house than techno, groovy bass and a light hearted loop. The track can actually still be used today for those sunny open air after parties. A slow, positive tune with good vibes. Nothing extraordinary or overly challenging though. Prewax is the most minimal track on this 12". While the percussion is light, the bass line is pretty heavy, but what makes it kind of stand out are all the metallic and tin can sounds which are slowly and gradually getting introduced. Unfortunately, it all gets boring after about three minutes. It would have been much more interesting if they increased the intensity with the adding of various elements, and then drove the track to a frenetic finish. This is just so trivial and becomes uninspired after a short while, as though the artists thought it was their duty to finish the track in any way possible. Overall, Channel 37 is quite probably the only track you should focus on. If you like repetitive, minimal techno from the mid nineties, I can come up with hundreds of other releases twice as good, energetic and exciting as this one. It's not bad, but it comfortably resides in that category of mediocre releases from the era which haven't really aged with grace.

Cobyno
It sounds as though you need to1. learn to mix2. learn to party

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