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Delarosa - Sleep Method Suite

Tracklist

1Sleep Method Suite
2 Non-Side
3MTA Conspiracy
4 Rhythm Side
5Twilight At Chang Starrs
6Idris Intro
7Romer's Space
8Gnosis Rhyme And Bullshit
9Detune To J
10Filth

Credits

  • Engineer [Audio Touch-ups]Steve Askew
  • Mastered ByTommy Dorsey
  • Recorded ByScott Herren

Notes

Recorded on a Tascam four track casette recorder, monitored through a Peavey keyboard amp, midiless at Sabannah Labs throughout late ninety six to spring ninety seven. Audio touch-ups at Microgroove.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): CW003A / TD @ Masterfonics 1702.1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): CW003B / TD @ Masterfonics 1702.2

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Asorasound Musics
  • Mastered At – Masterfonics

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LP - Clockwise 003. Overview . Sleep Method Suite. You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the steps on this page. For other feedback please visit our GetSatisfaction page. Please note that we cannot respond to address or phone information requests for any person identified in our database, nor can we forward fan mail. SIDE A RHYTHM 0:00 Idris Intro 3:20 Filth 6:26 Gnosis Rhyme and Bullshit 9:40 Detune to J 13:01 MTA Conspiracy 15:56 Twilight at Chang Starrs 21:37 Romer's Space SIDE B NON 24:50 Sleep Method Method Suite. 8 tracks 32:08. PLAYLIST :: 01. Delarosa - Idris intro 3:14 02. Delarosa - Filth 3:20 03. Delarosa - Gnosis Rhyme & Bullshit 3:15 04. Delarosa - Detune to J 3:19 05. Delarosa - MTA Conspiracy 2:43 06. Delarosa - Twilight at Chang Starrs 6:07 07. Delarosa - Romer's Space 3:14 08. Delarosa - Sleep Method Suite 25:13. DOWNLOAD TURBOBIT. You can buy Album Sleep Method Suite 1997 - Delarosa. Listen online top songs Delarosa. Download the latest song of Sleep Method Suite: Gnosis Rhyme & Bullshit. Delarosa - Sleep Method Suite. Release type: Album. Release source: CD. Year: 1997. sleep method suite 1997. Sorry, something went album to Cart. Idris Intro

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Delarosa - Sleep Method Suite

Performer: Delarosa

Title: Sleep Method Suite

Country: US

Release date: 1997

Label: Clockwise Records

Style: Abstract, Downtempo, Dub, Ambient

Catalog: CW 003

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 2587 mb

Size FLAC: 1432 mb

Rating: 4.3 / 5

Votes: 111

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album

Related to Delarosa - Sleep Method Suite

Dagdalas
Hard to tell exactly where the tracks begin and end, but that is one thing I love about this record. It's like you have to listen to it in its entirety to really experience it. 5/5 Hidden LoFi Hip Hop Gem!
Dagdalas
Hard to tell exactly where the tracks begin and end, but that is one thing I love about this record. It's like you have to listen to it in its entirety to really experience it. 5/5 Hidden LoFi Hip Hop Gem!
Murn
To be honest my first access to this was through some mp3's I scoured for. The version of the B side I owned for about 5 years was cut to 7 minutes, only a fraction of the actual song. Now that I bought the wax (it's pretty worn). I am hearing the full version for the first time right now as I am writing this review. I can honestly say that I feel as if I have been missing out on something very special. While the A side consists of stellar lo-fi ambient experiments, and contains some deep percussion work, beautiful soundscapes, and some field recording cuts of midnight trains rolling on the tracks The B side is an absolute marvel. As the caption on the disc implies (non-rhythm) this is pure 3 a.m. ambient bliss, that takes you to a lonely city. Awe inspiring, and beautiful. I remember I met Scott in a Prefuse show back in like 2010, I asked if would ever make a new Delarosa & Asora record. He said no, but that he would create something like it. It broke my heart a little bit, but I have been waiting for that record since. This is 5* material.
Murn
To be honest my first access to this was through some mp3's I scoured for. The version of the B side I owned for about 5 years was cut to 7 minutes, only a fraction of the actual song. Now that I bought the wax (it's pretty worn). I am hearing the full version for the first time right now as I am writing this review. I can honestly say that I feel as if I have been missing out on something very special. While the A side consists of stellar lo-fi ambient experiments, and contains some deep percussion work, beautiful soundscapes, and some field recording cuts of midnight trains rolling on the tracks The B side is an absolute marvel. As the caption on the disc implies (non-rhythm) this is pure 3 a.m. ambient bliss, that takes you to a lonely city. Awe inspiring, and beautiful. I remember I met Scott in a Prefuse show back in like 2010, I asked if would ever make a new Delarosa & Asora record. He said no, but that he would create something like it. It broke my heart a little bit, but I have been waiting for that record since. This is 5* material.
Kabandis
While it is possible to draw a dotted line between Mo'Wax instrumental hip-hop influenced tracks and this record, I think the release of Sleep Method Suite signaled a new direction. It was the perfect balance of ambient and instrumental hip hop - to make you nod your head and feed your mind. It was Scott Herren's first full length and is always nice to come home to.

Scott has moved on with his sound, but tracks like "Filth" and "Gnosis Rhyme & Bullshit" will stand the test of time.

Kabandis
While it is possible to draw a dotted line between Mo'Wax instrumental hip-hop influenced tracks and this record, I think the release of Sleep Method Suite signaled a new direction. It was the perfect balance of ambient and instrumental hip hop - to make you nod your head and feed your mind. It was Scott Herren's first full length and is always nice to come home to.

Scott has moved on with his sound, but tracks like "Filth" and "Gnosis Rhyme & Bullshit" will stand the test of time.

Still In Mind
This is by FAR the best Scott Harren release to date. It's a perfect mix of Savath's downtempo and Prefuse's abstractness. It's very spacey and mellow. A lot of nice drum breaks too, something for everyone.
Still In Mind
This is by FAR the best Scott Harren release to date. It's a perfect mix of Savath's downtempo and Prefuse's abstractness. It's very spacey and mellow. A lot of nice drum breaks too, something for everyone.