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  • Audio CD (13 May 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: !K7
  • ASIN: B00006561E
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 339,742 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Ain’t Changin‘
  2. Ghost Stories
  3. Can’t Take It
  4. Kapiti Dream
  5. Up And Up
  6. Processional
  7. Get There Tonight
  8. Permutations
  9. M.I.A.
  10. Absence Of One
  11. Cardiology

Product description

Digipak - .Label: K7.Published: 2002

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Format: Audio CD
This has been the choice album of the week for me, mainly due to stepping up the Nathan Barley league of listening to mp3s on my phone rather than lugging a knackered CD player around with me and said phone only holding 1 album at a time.
I'd forgotten about Recloose until I stumbled across an article in DJ doing the old PR thing for his new Hiatus On The Horizon project. I'd loved a track of his from ages ago that popped up on the awfully titled Musik Magazine mix by Layo & Bushwacka!, 'Ibiza Cheese Free Mix'. The article stated that Mr Recloose had moved on from his dark roots in Detroit to something a bit more lighthearted and funkier.
Now, either I'm completely desensitised to music thanks to extended Warp Records sessions or whatever is coming into my ears has been electrically misinterpreted by my brain. What I'm hearing doesn't really come across as dark Detroit! What we do have is an album that is happy to skip about between the boundaries of house and breaks, lively, funky yet raw and energetic. Said track off the Cheese Free Mix turned out to be Get There Tonight, gentle bongos and uplifting key stabs set against nice fresh breakbeats and a large funky electronic bassline. This and the spinetingling keys of Up And Up have easily become my favourites off the album.
I could play this album for so many moods, sunny days chilling or deep grinding house moments, it hits the buttons on all the right levels. I'll have to check the newie out at some point, but this one gets the thumbs up from me.
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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars 4 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Solid 3rd generation Detroit techno 5 Sept. 2002
By Stavros Zanos - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I love this album; I won't try to describe it though. Although Recloose is one of the luminaries of the 3rd generation of Detroit techno artists, this release defies categorization. If you like cross-over dance music like 4 Hero, Vikter Duplaix, Carl Craig, IG Culture etc you will like 'Cardiology'. In any case, how progressive should a techno release be to overcome academic criticism?
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars props 27 Dec. 2002
By Ed - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Recloose (aka Matt Chicoine) has always been a musical prodigy. Actually, I have known Recloose since 8th grade. I witnessed the inevitable spawning of his new talent. I knew how serious he was when he pawned his Super Action 80 for a console. Sadly, I have not seen him live since college.
However, once I listened to his albums I heard two profoundly gratifying things- (1) his link, almost spritual, to jazz, funk, and hip hip is still ever-present; (2) like my idol, John Coltrane, Recloose posesses a driving, almost haunting, predisposition to push the envelope of musical expression. Intertwined in his tightly-woven musical tapestry lies what appears to be a simple yet noble cause- progression. Indeed, he has not changed.
In my opinion he is still searching for his sound. I agree with the last review that the tracks are a bit thin at times. A more complete sound is hopefully on the horizon. I understand he is categorized a "techno" DJ, but I would like to hear more of an acoustic sound, or atleast something mimmickng it. Perhaps I am simply out of the loop (it wouldn't be the first time). One thing is obvious-- although the puzzle of his sound is still incomplete, the underlying image is becoming clear. This is only even more encouraging because there is nothing more disturbing than a musician who stops searching. If he finds it, he will take giant steps. I'll be anxiously watching (listening?).
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fresh sounding dancable group! 7 Mar. 2003
By Carl Johnson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Recloose is Carl Craig's prodigy band. They are hot. I will break down some of the highlight tunes for you.
Ain't Changin' - This should be getting a lot more radio play. It has an infectious beat without the nasty high-hat trance drumming heard too often on dance records. Recloose is a percussive, tight band with tight vocals. The songs will get cha' moving.

Kapiti Dream- A trip hop masterpiece. Recloose is a more beat oriented band, which I like as well. This piece offers us movement with reflection. Inventive synthesizers and effects, it does take your mind 'out there somewhere'. The groove is slower than some of the other cuts, but intensly fun and a good space traveling. I love this in the car on a late night drive!
Cardiology- Another tight jam & vocal piece that should be getting attention, but is not. It is the final cut on the album and the beat is drawn off a osciliscope heart beat sound. It has many trip hop elements and is tight and performed well.
I personally enjoy this album because it does NOT fall prey to the trance beat. It is fresh and I hope the band stays fresh! They do a great show too in the Detroit area... Awesome spin!
4 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars solid, but not as adventerous as it could be. 3 1/2 stars 5 Jun. 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
so here we have recloose's debut full-length. the first thing you should be aware of is a few of the tracks are previously released. i couldn't tell you if they are different versions here. "ain't changin" is the big hit and the most odd sounding track of the bunch. skittery, almost offbeat percussion and some odd sounding 70s pimp music vocals. if you hear that track and expect the rest of the lp to sound like it, you will be extremely dissapointed. most of the album vaguely sticks to a traditional detroit template...sci-fi type synths and a smooth, slick production aesthetic. the one thing seperating him from the rest of the detroit crowd is his willingness to include break beats and some hip-hop style samples. "can't take it" even has some scratches and rapping in it. also, the feel of this music is slightly thinner and more digitized most of the time, not nearly as lush as his mentor carl craig. this doesn't feel like a compilation of random 12" tracks despite the inclusion of some previously released material. the feel is very uniform throughout, mostly due to the sound palette he used and the way the tracks are sequenced. the latter half of the album is much more downtempo, with some jazzy elements here and there, placing the record firmly in the "home listening" category. overall, nice work, though i hope recloose will experiment more in the future and leave behind some of the predictability.
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