Dots and Loops

Data de lançamento
22 Set 1997
Número de faixas
13 faixas
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    Faixa     Duração Ouvintes
1 Brakhage 5:30 81.456
2 Miss Modular 4:27 48.607
3 The Flower Called Nowhere 4:53 34.981
4 Diagonals 5:15 41.166
5 Prisoner of Mars 4:03 38.428
6 Rainbow Conversation 4:46 678
7 Refractions in the Plastic Pulse 4:44 26.698
8 Parsec 5:34 36.176
9 Ticker-tape of the Unconscious 4:46 31.819
10 Contronatura 9:04 28.588
11 Off-On 5:25 8.982
Rainbo Conversation 4:46 37.244
Flower Called Nowhere 4:55 11.121

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  • subtlemocking

    probably the best Stereolab album [4] the production on this is PERFECT. [2]

    25 Dez 2014 Responder
  • PlatypusQuest

    probably the best Stereolab album [3] the production on this is PERFECT.

    13 Mai 2014 Responder
  • RussellChap

    Like all stereolab albums this is good with some highlights...there isn't a definite stereolab album. They never made a masterpiece which in away is a credit to them and their consistency.

    8 Mai 2014 Responder
  • menyauthe

    probably the best Stereolab album [2] I believe this at least 60% of the time.

    29 Set 2012 Responder
  • MamaLuigi

    They're both great, Chris. Two separate and extreme sides of Stereolab, both completely wonderful. Sorry you don't like the green album.

    28 Jul 2012 Responder
  • Erythromycine

    wtf this album is so gay. transient random noise is way better.

    10 Jul 2012 Responder
  • optimistic_tour

    probably the best Stereolab album

    3 Jul 2012 Responder
  • Celso

    I've been playing the shhhhiiiittt out of this album since 1997...

    1 Abr 2012 Responder
  • amorviolento

    great great GREAT album

    16 Mar 2012 Responder
  • silverlage

    Can't find anything in any of there albums that calls to me more than another. All there music seems smooth, eclectic and experimentally safe....t7b

    6 Mar 2012 Responder
  • _KevMusic_

    I suspect I'll still be playing the shhhhiiiittt out of this album when I'm close to my deathbed.

    14 Set 2011 Responder
  • jdotperiod

    I played the shhhhiiiittt out of this album in the summer of '03. An eternal favorite of mine.

    11 Set 2011 Responder
  • iamholgerczukay

    YES, THANK YOU. When I started working there, I assumed people might be interested in hearing new and different things. I wasn't playing any harsh noise records, just music that might step across the border every now and then. Nope, that might offend the grandmas who might stop in. Just say NO to new and different ideas.

    22 Abr 2011 Responder
  • chesterfields

    that sounds like the worst record store ever.

    19 Abr 2011 Responder
  • iamholgerczukay

    This album is like a neutered dog. Its good but it lacks balls. [2] Kind of what I like about it. It's a very solid album without being too edgy. I work at a record store that since I started working there developed strict "no weird music" rules, I can get away with playing this one. There is nothing wrong with being accessible and good.

    11 Abr 2011 Responder
  • johnnydepth76

    totally digging this album ~

    5 Abr 2011 Responder
  • DylanTyler88

    my favorite album from stereolab

    23 Fev 2011 Responder
  • Chilou

    yeah my fave too

    4 Jan 2011 Responder
  • Captain_Clams

    Can it really be 13 years ago?

    10 Nov 2010 Responder
  • HighWay17

    Maybe this is my favorite album from Stereolab. It's bring myself to the strange mechanical futuristic-surrealistic-psychedelic world of music from the past, but at the same time from the future... Agreed with Fury112 - 5/5 :) "Brakhage", "Ticker-Tape of the Unconscious", "Refractions in the Plastic Pulse" and "Contronatura" is amazing

    22 Out 2010 Responder
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