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1. Innershell Shielding
2. Planck Factor
3. Entangled Photons
4. Heisenberg Compensation
5. Ionic Crystals
6. Entrophic Decay
7. Probability Densities
8. Orbital Wavelengths
9. Information Quanta
10. Epa Effect
11. Quantum State Recombination
12. Wave Function
13. Isotopic Balance
14. Uncertainty Principle
15. Variables

Product Details

  • Vinyl (August 23, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Rephlex
  • ASIN: B000A6CL8I
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,621,457 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Well, if the original Arpanet was a predecessor to the Internet, what should we make of QUANTUM TRANSPOSITION, Arpanet's release on Rephlex? Certainly, early on, there's a cool sterility here, as the brevity of the tracks veer towards sonic experimentalism, rather than following a traditional song structure. But "Ionic Crystals" and "Probability Densities" seem more like proper songs and help to break through the ice. "Orbital Wavelengths," "Quantum Space Recombination," and "Uncertainty Principle" keep steady with the only 4-to-the-floor beats on the album, even if the former decays into nothingness towards the end ("Information Quanta" comes close, but also has some rhythmus interruptus, while the staticky breaks of "EPA Effect" continually come and go). These songs seem to represent miniature pulses from the Arpanet itself. The disrupted beat on "Entrophic Decay" and the resonating chimes on "Isotopic Balance" feel fragmentary, as if they were cut off before their time. So if the Arpanet served as the prototype for the large, vast Internet, maybe that's how we should look at the tracks of this album: prototypes for larger, vaster songs.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Eugene Sotela on August 28, 2005
Format: Audio CD
When I listened to this CD last night, my worst fears were almost confirmed. I thought that Arpanet may have taken the Dopplereffekt route by supplying us with experimental industrial sounding ambient material. Track #6 brings us back to familiar territory. This is where things pick up. Track 11 starts to recall the Wireless Internet album. Not much progress from this point on, but nevertheless a must have for collector's of Detroit electro. If you miss Drexciya (rip James Stinton) then pick this up as reminder of what once was.....and what can still be! 313 electro techno on mind.
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