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  • Audio CD (29 April 2016)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Shitkatapult
  • ASIN: B000O5AYN4
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Re- issued on CD and vinyl. Vinyl has been unavailable for many years. Apparat, aka Berlin's Sascha Ring, has had one hell of a year. His collaboration with Ellen Allien, the critically acclaimed album Orchesta of Bubbles, forged electrifying new connections between techno, electro and pop music. They developed the material into an electrifying live show that wowed clubs and festival audiences the world over. Apparat kept honing his solo show at the same time, delivering a powerful electro/techno laptop attack that would leave crowds twitching in its wake. And somewhere, in between all those activities, he managed to record Walls, his first solo studio album since 2003's Duplex. Despite its title, Walls isn't about dividing lines. Instead, it describes a circle that pulls many elements together into a protected, enclosed space where they jostle and roam free: strings and mallet instruments; rock guitar and gravelly sawtooth synths; stuttering digital percussion and muscular studio drumming.

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Perfect music. This is a superb mixture of glitch electronica, electro-pop and indie songs. Fans of The Postal Service, The Notwist and Styrofoam should snap this up fast. The beauty of Fractales Parts 1 and 2 alone will bring tears to your eyes. If you don't like this, what are you doing listening to electronica anyway?
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I'm surprised the cd is so relatively 'old' (2007) since I thought it was very recent (2011). This music has moments that are ripe for the BBC to use on their programmes (as per Elbow etc) so, obviously, whoever chooses their music doesn't have a young finger-on-the-pulse daughter like wot I have to help them find such excellent gems.
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Despite his reputation as arch studio boffin, producer Sascha Ring - aka Apparat - makes unapologetically beautiful music. Unlike some of his IDM peers, Ring is not interested so much in abrasion or near-mathematical deconstruction, but with music that swells and soars with classical grandeur. Among current producers, he bears a resemblance in tone to Ulrich Schnauss (although the production is more technically impressive), or a less cluttered Chris Clark. Moreover, some of Walls` latter tracks build on Bladerunner-style futurism into the sonic blur of shoegaze, recalling Slowdive or, most of all, M83's brilliant `Dead Cities, Red Seas and Lost Ghosts`. Like these latter acts, Apparat embues the vivid, fractal soundscapes with a pop sensibility, using vocals on roughly half the tracks - largely successfully.

`Not A Number' opens `Walls` with the unashamably trippy flourescent swirl of the album cover, embellished with some vaguely orientatal strings. `Hailing From the Edge' is more contrived, one of the vocal tracks that seeks a Timbaland electro sleaziness - with the apparent intention of sounding like an edgier Junior Boys - but coming off like a Justin Timberlake album out-take. `Useless Information' picks up where the opener left off, with traditional orchestrations underpinning the cloudburts of acid effects and nebulous synths.

`Limelight' is more sonically adventurous, with fractured shards of vocal peppering between cavernous beats and other thunderous percussive effects, redolent of Kelpe's `Sea Inside Body`. `Hold On' is a closer to the R&B pretensions of `Hailin' from the Edge' but less conventionally so, built over a mutant booty shaker that is too warped to dance to.
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I loved this album so much that I listenned to it on repeat for a few days. It takes me to a quite paradise, slightly sad at times, but always sould-full and peaceful.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars 16 July 2015
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Nice blend of music here
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5.0 out of 5 stars This is really something!!! 17 Dec. 2007
By flare31 - Published on Amazon.com
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I write the reviews very occasionally but this is the time I have to share my experience. I have never heard the music, never heard about the artists involved in this project but I picked it solely on the basis of an article in a music magazine. So I was surprised about the music. Threough the weekend it almost never left the CD tray (even though I own about 500CDs) and I took it with me in the car, too.

This music is really something special and if you like inteligent dance music with a ambient touch, do not hesitate to invest your money in it!
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5.0 out of 5 stars weeeeeeeeeeeeehehehehehehehe!!!!! 20 Sept. 2014
By T. Dean - Published on Amazon.com
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Bought it for the Fractales (I) and (II), love the whole darn CD. This is my favorite yoga music.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent CD 30 Aug. 2007
By agenth - Published on Amazon.com
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I feel that this CD breathes a lot more than other music in the genre. The music has a depth that a lot of other CDs lack, yet is air-y enough to be fun end-of-summer music. Reminds me a little of the feeling of Underworld's 'A 100 Days Off' CD.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Apparat - Walls 27 April 2011
By scoundrel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Are those violins I hear at the start of Apparat's _Walls_? Indeed, the album as a whole is a step forward from _Duplex_, more complex and more emotionally charged. The violins that introduced "Not a Number" recur on "Useless Information," accompanied with some new friends. The dark and funky "Hailin from the Edge" and the icy grooves of "Holdon" both benefit from Raz Ohara's terse vocals. But the beautifully glittering "Fractales, Pt. I" and the haunting "Arcadia" stand out the most, particularly with Ohara's dreamy vocals in service of the moody melodies. An excellent release.
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