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|1.||"B1 (Anfang Und Ende)" (6:05)|
|2.||"Die Oder" (5:10)|
|1.||"Menschen Und Mauern" (5:17)|
|2.||"Sterbende Alleen" (7:33)|
|1.||"Nacht, Fluss, Grille, Auto, Frosch, Eule, Mucke" (5:01)|
|2.||"Der Wolf Kehrt Zuruck" (4:10)|
|1.||"Seelower Hohen" (4:11)|
|2.||"Trauernde Weiden" (4:20)|
|3.||"Das Bruch" (4:58)|
Rene Pawlowitz is back on Ostgut Ton with his first album for the Berlin powerhouse since 2010's "The Traveller". It's an interesting time to hear Shed diving into his own particular distillation of techno and soundsystem ethics - sounds that have coalesced and splintered into so many factions in the past 10 years. Of course there's no doubting the man's ability to bring us the freshness - just listen to the steady dub throb and madcap break science of "Menschen Und Mauern" and marvel in the compositional heft. This is stunning, nimble, smart and downright fun club music and home listening fare sitting comfortably side by side, rarely mutually exclusive and shot through with the kind of studio precision we've come to expect.
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