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Schneider TM - Zoomer album flac Performer: Schneider TM
Title: Zoomer
Style: Experimental
Released: 2002
Country: Canada
MP3 album: 1577 mb
FLAC album: 1978 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: MP2 DTS DMF FLAC ASF MP4 AAC
Genre: Electronic

Zoomer is an album by the German electronic music artist Schneider T. .Reality Check" (Dirk Dresselhaus) – 4:23. Frogtoise" (Dresselhaus) – 6:59. Abyss" (Dresselhaus) – 6:28. DJ Guy?" (Dresselhaus) – 6:47. Turn On" (Dresselhaus, Max Turner) – 5:49. Hunger" (Dresselhaus) – 5:07. 999" (Dresselhaus) – 5:16. Cuba TM" (Dresselhaus) – 4:55. Cathi Aglibut – Viola. Vredeber Albrecht – Electric Piano. Matthias Arfmann – Mixing. Dirk Dresselhaus – Producer, Mixing, Illustrations. Bo Kondren – Mastering.

Schneider TM. Zoomer ‎(CD, Album, Promo). City Slang, Virgin, Labels. This was the most popular album from Schneider TM that went with me in loads of lonely nights, me being the only one of my friends that liked this music, that found it deeply emotional. Guitars, electro nods, vocoders, intricate rhythm programming, even baroque in its overlapping of everything, something too weird for the indie folks nowadays and too poppy for the idm crowd than then it was allowed to live and express itself.

however, the man behind the curtain takes it a step further by successfully creating sentimental electronica. on zoomer's first track, "reality check," schneider manipulates his acoustic guitar. to sound like it is weeping.

The instrumentals are gorgeous as well, marking Schneider TM as one of the best young producers going in electronic music. 1 Reality Check Schneider TM 4:23. 2 Frogtoise Schneider TM 6:59. 3 Abyss Schneider TM 6:28. 4 DJ Guy? Schneider TM 6:47. 5 Turn On Schneider TM 5:49. 6 Hunger Schneider TM 5:7. 7 999 Schneider TM 5:16. 8 Cuba TM Schneider TM 4:55.

Zoomer (Bonus Version) by Schneider TM, released 01 September 2002 1. Reality Check 2. Frogtoise 3. Abyss 4. DJ Guy ? 5. Turn On 6. Hunger 7. 999 8. Cuba TM 9. Reality Check (The Calculators - Remix) 10. Reality Check (Remix By Mogwai & David Jack) 1. This was the official release-info: It's time to blast preconceptions of electronica as cold, minimal, distant knob twiddling to oblivion once and for all, and Dirk Dresselhaus, aka Schneider TM, is just the man to do it. His second full length album, Zoomer, harnesses a sublimely modern depth of musical vision to the hard won wisdom of life experience.

Schneider TM:Zoomer (2002). Album by Schneider TM. Reality Check.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Reality Check 4:23
2 Frogtoise 6:59
3 Abyss 6:28
4 DJ Guy ? 6:47
5 Turn On
Words By, Vocals [Main Vocals] – Max P. B. Turner*
5:49
6 Hunger 5:07
7 999
Bass [Bassline] – Christopher Uhe
5:16
8 Cuba TM
Electric Piano – Vredeber AlbrechtSlide Guitar – Paul NiehausViola – Cati Aglibut*
4:55

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – City Slang
  • Copyright (c) – City Slang
  • Licensed To – Labels Germany
  • Published By – La Chunga Music Publishing
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Mixed At – Turtle Bay Country Club
  • Mixed At – Studioline
  • Mastered At – Calyx Mastering
  • Pressed By – EMI Uden
  • Glass Mastered At – EMI Uden

Credits

  • Design [Cover Design] – D.D.Allin*, Elger Emig
  • Illustration [Booklet Illustrations] – D.Dresselhaus*
  • Mastered By – Bo Kondren
  • Mixed By – D. Dresselhaus* (tracks: 3, 6, 7), Mathias Arfmann* (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 5, 8)
  • Music By, Producer – Dirk Dresselhaus
  • Photography By [Photos] – Tina Winkhaus
  • Words By – Dirk Dresselhaus (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 8)

Notes

Catalog numbers:
– 20192-2 on spine, back cover and CD face
– 812295 2 on spine, CD face and booklet
– 7243 812295 2 1 on the back cover, in the barcode box

Published by La Chunga Music Publishing except track 5 Copyright Control

Tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, 8 mixed at Turtle Bay Country Club, Neuenfelde 2002.
Tracks 3, 6, 7 mixed at Studioline, Berlin 2002.
Mastered at Calyx, Berlin.

Track 2 contains a sample of a Dr. Drek session feat. KPT.Michi.Gan.

Printed in EU.
The copyright in this recording is owned by City Slang (p) 2002 City Slang. (c) 2002 City Slang. Under exclusive license to Labels Germany.

Issued in a Super Jewel Box with clear tray and 12-page booklet including lyrics.
Sticker on front: "Schneider TM phile under: p(h)unk / [City Slang logo] www.schneidertm.com / [Labels logo]"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 724381229521
  • Barcode (Text): 7 24381 22952 1
  • Label Code: LC 06853
  • Rights Society: bel/biem
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): EMI UDEN 201922 @ 1 1-1-4-NL
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L046
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): ifpi 15DZ
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): EMI UDEN 201922 @ 1 1-1-3-NL
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L046
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): ifpi 154A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9185-2 Schneider TM Zoomer ‎(CD, Album) City Slang, Virgin 9185-2 Canada 2002
20192-2, none Schneider TM Zoomer ‎(CD, Album, Promo) City Slang, Virgin, Labels 20192-2, none Europe 2002
MUSDJ116-2 Schneider TM Zoomer ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Mute Corporation MUSDJ116-2 US 2002
20192-1, 20192-2, 812295 1 Schneider TM Zoomer ‎(LP, Album) City Slang, City Slang, Virgin 20192-1, 20192-2, 812295 1 Europe 2002
9185-2, MUTE 9185-2 Schneider TM Zoomer ‎(CD, Album) Mute, Mute Corporation 9185-2, MUTE 9185-2 US 2002


Comments: (1)
Silverbrew
Who would know that, many years after that microhouse, minimal, glitchy pop and folktronica, music reviewers, the ones that set up the canon, would refer to that period as overambitious and pedantic. To me it's depressing, because not only it was the time that I massively discovered music, but these sounds coming from everywhere sounded like the future: glitches, noise, experimentation, and melody. Sensitive people going one step more forward to keep away from the comfort zone.This was the most popular album from Schneider TM that went with me in loads of lonely nights, me being the only one of my friends that liked this music, that found it deeply emotional. Guitars, electro nods, vocoders, intricate rhythm programming, even baroque in its overlapping of everything, something too weird for the indie folks nowadays and too poppy for the idm crowd than then it was allowed to live and express itself. From the 7/8 kind of samba ballad "Reality Check", the Mouse on Mars tune "Hunger", the shoegazy "999"... it's a child of its time, but it still makes me feel like there is a huge world out there.