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Tan-Ru - Changeling album mp3

Tan-Ru - Changeling album mp3
Title:
Changeling
Performer:
Tan-Ru
Style:
Dub, Techno, Minimal
Released:
Country:
FLAC album size:
1935 mb
Other formats:
MPC MP1 VOX RA MP2 MIDI APE
Genre:
Rating:
4.4 ✪

album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. Tan-Ru - Sit On. Extract Chords. TAN-RU - Keep Reachin'. Tan-Ru - Changeling (L+H Dub). Tan-Ru - Body Move (2001).

Carl Craig, Tan Ru. Changeling.

Changeling by Tan-Ru, released 25 March 1996 whole set completely unique.

Tan-Ru has been played on NTS in shows including Rhythm Connection, featured first on 18 October 2018. Songs played include Changeling. Tan-Ru Real Name: Ian David Loveday Aliases: Eon, Ian B, Ian Loveday, Papal Magnet, R. Rash, Rio Rhythm Band.

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Tracklist

Changeling
Changeling (L+H Dub)
Assembly

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TR/1 Tan-Ru Changeling ‎(12") Trelik TR/1 UK 1995
TR/1 Tan-Ru Changeling ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Trelik TR/1 UK 1995


Reviews:
  • Yozshujinn
@1015Folsom in San Frandisco, Jeno introduced me to this at 2am some point in '95. Classic peak-builder to jack your body to, the style & tempo somewhere between raver/b-boy energy and acid house.
  • Whitecaster
'changeling' is amazing, I need this EP in my life
  • Mezilabar
Hi mate, got it and for sale ;-) The "assembly" track is quite a killer too ...
  • Blackbeard
The first time I heard this record was in spring '95 on the weekly Friday evening radio show 'Teknoville' on the belgian national alternative radio station 'Studio Brussels'. The host was really ranting about this release and he insisted that everybody should buy a copy. This was quite uncommon because normally the presenters kept a neutral attitude towards the played records. Instantly I put a tape in the deck to record this beauty. This release sounded so incredible fresh and uncommon that it made people go buck wild. It's hard to describe the sound but it's like dubby techno-meets-the-wild-of-tribal-Africa. The most particular characteristic is the raunchy tsjirping percussion or hi-hat that resembles to the sounds that crickets sometimes produce on a hot summernight. Wicked and very vivid. Not one dud can be found in the Trelik catalogue but this particular release remains my favourite. It got me into exploring the whole Trelik legacy and Ian Loveday's other fine productions.
  • Risinal
This record is probably one of the reasons I began to listen to techno. Very melodic, fresh, bit of acid sounds... I think the hi hat rythm in this one are very original, I haven 't heard it to much...