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Kode9 + The Spaceape - Memories Of The Future mp3 album

Kode9 + The Spaceape - Memories Of The Future mp3 album Performer: Kode9
Album: Memories Of The Future
Country: UK
Released: 2006
Style: Dubstep, Spoken Word, Minimal
Size MP3: 1820 mb.
Size FLAC: 1345 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 352
Other Formats: VQF MP4 AUD DXD DMF MIDI VOX



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In stock now for same day shipping. After the widely acclaimed Burial debut album, Hyperdub throw out another tangential long player, a mutant satellite to the grime/dubstep scenes, this time from label boss Kode9 and resident vocalist Spaceape. Memories Of The Future' features 14 dread filled flash-backs and flash-forwards from a world trembling in an ecology of fear

So spits the Spaceape in ‘Glass’, introducing the sense of time-warping dread that permeates the paranoias of ‘Memories of the Future’. I line up my own intro with the Spaceape’s to stress a parallel reminder – when you think about the ‘dubstep phenomenon’, you’ve got to remember to hark back to its incubating moments: a time when the millennium bug was about destroy us all, when drum’n’bass was still crossing into the tech/house groovespace otherwise worshipping on the one, when  . The second is that this is a collection of several brilliant singles interspersed with a few less impressive tracks, not an album (even though the mood is consistently, relentlessly bleak).

Tracklist

Glass 4:30
Victims 3:51
Backward 4:43
Nine 1:54
Curious 4:58
Portal 4:25
Addiction 3:40
Sine 5:21
Correction 3:15
Kingstown 4:40
Nine Samurai 3:40
Bodies 2:26
Lime 1:55
Quantum 3:18

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HYPCD001 Kode9 + The Spaceape* Kode9 + The Spaceape* - Memories Of The Future ‎(CD, Album) Hyperdub HYPCD001 UK 2006
HYPCD001 Kode9 + The Spaceape* Kode9 + The Spaceape* - Memories Of The Future ‎(14xFile, MP3, 320) Hyperdub HYPCD001 UK 2006
HYPCD001, BRHYP001 Kode9 + The Spaceape* Kode9 + The Spaceape* - Memories Of The Future ‎(CD, Album) Hyperdub, Beat Records HYPCD001, BRHYP001 Japan 2006
HYPCD001 Kode9 + The Spaceape* Kode9 + The Spaceape* - Memories Of The Future ‎(CD, Album) Hyperdub HYPCD001 UK 2006
HYPCD001 Kode9 + The Spaceape* Kode9 + The Spaceape* - Memories Of The Future ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Hyperdub HYPCD001 UK 2006
HYPLP001 Kode9 + The Spaceape* Kode9 + The Spaceape* - Memories Of The Future ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Yel) Hyperdub HYPLP001 UK & Europe 2014
HYPLP001 Kode9 + The Spaceape* Kode9 + The Spaceape* - Memories Of The Future ‎(2xLP, Album) Hyperdub HYPLP001 UK 2015


Fantastic pressing, lots of low end and clear highs, classic now
Dub step? Nog Way! A must have for the mo wax loverA must have for the dub chiller A must have for the dreamer ...Anno 2017 what a sound!5 stars!
This is one of my favorite albums of all time so I'm really glad I have this vinyl. It looks great and even has lyrics which I love. If you just want to listen to the album though grab the mp3s or CD. The pressing is pretty quiet in comparison to other dance music vinyl, just because they had to fit an entire album onto two records. Treat as a collectors item only.
Turn your gain up to 10.
Truly truly incredible album
Vinyl pressed for Record Store Day 2014. For full details go to http://www.recordstoreday.co.uk/
So this was actually never released on vinyl? I just rediscovered it 8 years after its initial release, so timeless album if you ask me!
Oh my god, it has been 8 years, that's long... Way long.. Where has the time gone.. Still, the album sounds super fresh.
It will get its Vinyl Release for the Record Store Day this year, at least in Germany.Didn´t find it on the international list, but here´s the one for Germany ;)http://www.recordstoredaygermany.de/exklusive-releases/exklusive-releases-2014/
Looking foward to the vinyl LP release tho about 8 of the tracks can be found on vinyl through various singles (mostly on 10").
It will finaly be released on transparant yellow vinyl on record store day 2014
This album is not musically exceptional, but what keeps on bringing me back to it is that no one else really makes anything like this. Emotionless monologues are laid over dubstep beats to create a unique blend that I can't say I've ever heard before Kode9 & The Spaceape created this and then repeated the act on their subsequent album "Black Sun". It's more a reflection of The Spaceape's talent than Kode9's because the former's vocals are what define this album, more so than Kode9's contribution.
The first time I really 'got' this record, was while riding on the train from Amsterdam central to my home a little south of the city, while tripping on some suprisingly strong spacecake. Since that one time, the impression the record makes when playing it keeps growing and growing. There is some crap tracks on the record I guess (I don't like 'Nine', 'Sine' and 'Bodies') but these are compensated for by the bulk of the material. The Kode9 instrumentation is very minimal and really benefits from powerfull reproduction (a mellow track like '9 Samurai' becomes a real gut-wrenching experience when played at a bass-heavy rave). It's the lyrics by The Spaceape that make this something special though. He's got a really low and dark voice and speaks very direct to the listener, without sounding offensive or over-confident. The themes he adresses are between the surreal and the philosofical, taking a sci-fi take on raving on 'Victims' and confronting an overtly paradigmatic system in 'Quantum', always with the listener as some kind of character in the story. He adresses fundamental intellectual questions about our existence without being boring or corny, but very modern and eclectic. Kode9 did a perfect job laying down the grooves for it. Wether you're using your sunday afternoon for a psychedelic shroom-trip or for studying your philosophy exams, this record will provide inspiration.
Spacecake? Never heard of that, haha. Thanks for the review.