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Resilience Single, Import

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Japanese pressing in a digipak of 2005 album with 1 exclusive bonus track 'Nibble'. Tigerbeat/Romz Record.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Done With The Scene
  2. Spanish Song
  3. Phoenix Riddim
  4. Xmas Funk
  5. Sugarcoated
  6. I Miss You
  7. Banana Peel
  8. King Of Harm
  9. Cascadia
  10. Hold It Together
  11. Short Road Down
  12. Audition
  13. Nibble


Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 1, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Import
  • Label: P-Vine
  • ASIN: B0009V1EO6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,703,127 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Kid 606 has made a career out of being something of a noisenik, creating albums of rapid fire fractured beats and intense rhythms, that battered the listener into submission. And such was his way with being such an accomplished producer, that later albums, although having that volatile and aggressive mix of hardcore techno and experimental sounds, had the occasional 'softer' more inward looking tracks that recalled some of the more subdued moments in acts such as: 'The Orb', 'Orbital' & 'Leftfield'. There was obviously more to Kid 606 than just successive punishing beats, as his "P.S. I Love You" album was indeed a complete turnaround from what he was known for, and instead was a contemplative and slightly detached Ambient Techno, and IDM album that (although dividing his fans), was proof that Kid 606 could produce a stripped down and elegantly textured album, as well as similar artists like "Aphex Twin" & "Squarepusher", who mix up their albums with energetic no-hold beats & soft melodic ambient tracks.

"Resilience" marks another change in the Kid 606 catalogue, and sits somewhere closer to the more downtempo leanings of his more electronica tracks occasionally dotted around his various albums. It's not quite the ambient affair that "P.S. I Love You" was, but rather a collection of tracks that were created in between albums or commissioned tracks. The mood here, is one of warm electronica, mixed with mellow synthesisers, that probably have more in common with 'Post-rock, IDM & Downtempo'. So tracks like "Done with the Scene" take soft synth sounds and mixes them with soft almost pop structures.
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So, if you're into some mellow electronic sounds (not necessarily Kid 606's other material) you'll probably enjoy this. Good, almost nostalgic sounding tunes, sort of reinventing a lot of the rave music of the 90s and making it a little more interesting. Not a totally engaging album, and not totally essential, but a good one for the quiet times or going to sleep. Well crafted stuff.
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It's hard to keep track of artists like kid606 aka Miguel Depedro. Before the reviews of his newest album are in, he's busy polishing up a few more "splits" and twelve-inch imports, and he's three-fourths of the way through two more full-lengths. Impressively, the bulk of his prolific output over the last year comes from some of his earliest work, culled from the nether regions of his five year-old hard drive. Of course, anyone can release their half-worked demos and label them "B-sides, for the fans"; that's where Depedro's other major talent comes in. He's able to cohesively build and pimp a radically different sound on each of his releases -- and remain completely solid for every one of them.

True to form, Depedro veers completely away from 2004's hyperactive, bombastic Kill Sound Before Sound Kills You and Who Still Kill Sound?. Resilience is much calmer and less abrasive as far as sound and sample choices, and just plain "warmer" in a global sense (the orchestration, the mix, the mood and the melodies). Perhaps Depedro's open dedication to his mom on the sleeve is a clue to this serene outpouring, something free from the word "pussy" that she can appreciate while sharing a cup of tea with her son at Sunday brunch (after he chucks his crack pipe in the trash) -- but regardless, it's the most listenable collection in the kid606 catalog.

In addition to subverting fan expectations, Depedro still listens only to his own voice, so of course the disc is universally irrelevant.
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Unlike some Kid 606, this is definitely more for "chill-out time" than for "super happy mega dance explosion time". Resilience is pleasantly hypnotic, even pretty at times, but nowhere near as exciting or high-energy as I hoped it would be. If you want something contemplative and subdued, check this out.
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