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Replica

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Replica is an electronic song cycle based around audio procured from TV ad compilations. These sample-based meditations are as lyrical as they are ecological, featuring re-purposed "ghost vocals" which serve as narration for Lopatin's signature amorphous, ambient passages. Lopatin's Juno-60 is still prominent, but Returnal's placid, synthetic surroundings are accelerated through darker, more unpredictable terrains via Lopatin's use of samplers, analog filtering, tape-op, piano, plate reverb and sub-bass. The result is a heightened sense of music as part and parcel of an overall sonic terrain.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 8, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Caroline
  • ASIN: B005OBUJDS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,219 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Nate on December 14, 2011
Format: MP3 Music
Listening to this album (particularly on headphones) is like being transformed into an android with feelings, transported 1,000 years into the future, and dropped alone onto a distant planet that constantly rains. If that sounds interesting to you, then you will cherish this album. The soundscapes that Daniel Lopatin crafts for "Replica" are unlike any I've ever heard. I would say "alien," but they don't sound organic. Nor do they sound computerized. It's an otherworldly masterpiece and my favorite album of 2011.
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For a while i thought i'd outgrown rock music. Go easy on me i was in my late teens and was yet to realise i'd barely scratched the surface with the vast and diverse genre at this point. Plus, my obsession with a little known band from Oxford, England who just happened to turn it's back on the familiar three chord back beat formula with their now seminal album Kid A, was at an all time high. During this relatively short period in my life, i waxed lyrical about the greatness of electronic music, particularly the bands dubbed Intelligent by the critics (IDM). Boards Of Canada were my favourites amongst this sub genre. I found Their approach to music making incredibly unique and totally beguiling, at the time i wasn't aware of the methods behind how the music was actually being made (in all honesty i'm still not quite sure) and i think that was part of it's appeal, i just felt completely immersed in it's warped acousmatic ambience.

Years have gone by and although i've always remained a fan of electronic music in all it's permutations. I have to admit to crawling right back to rock with my tail between my legs quite some time ago, championing it as comfortably my favourite genre of music. It's albums like Oneohtrix point Never's outstanding 2011 opus Replica that get me genuinely thinking maybe i was right all those years ago. Even though this album was pretty hyped by a few "alternative magazines" when it came out, I'm not sure how many people went out and actually bought this or even streamed it. If you didn't you should have. This felt and still feels like a landmark record, from the moment i press play and "Andro's" ominous synths blare out of my speakers to the disturbingly eroticized vocoder sounds that close out "Explain".
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I've listened through this album about 10 times now. It sounds like Sigur Ros got haunted by a digital ghost that can't seem to speak. The music is incredibly intriguing, strangely nostalgic, and is able to convey feelings without ever really saying a word, much like good classical pieces. (In fact, I believe the only real word ever 'spoken' on the album is a loop that simply sings "Remember, remember, remember ...".) This record is best observed in full ... the individual tracks are just movements in a larger piece.

Seriously, spend the money. This album will take you on a journey, and return you right back where you began. In this way, you'll want to listen to it over and over again, to repeatedly take that journey, to see and hear the things you missed before.
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Format: Vinyl
I must admit that I knew nothing of OPN beyond Lopatin's work with John Ford, so when I grabbed a copy of 'Replica', which everyone raved about upon its release, I was downright confused by what I was listening to. I wasn't prepared for the ambient loops and little nuances that mutated beneath, so I dismissed the album a lot more quickly than I should have. Flash forward a couple of years, and now I know what OPN is all about. Suddenly, 'Replica' is on repeat, and I revel in what these songs have to offer. It's swift and melancholic, but beautifully so. 'Power of Persuasion' has shades of Vangelis, and the title track is held together by shrill droning noises and piano keys that could have been lifted from an older record lost in obscurity. These are all deceptively simple songs that penetrate your psyche the closer you listen to them. I know now that there are legitimate feelings running through what I would have classified as repetitive slop a couple of years ago. I don't know how many people felt the way I felt when I first heard 'Replica', but if you find yourself put off by what's on the surface, just hold onto this record; it will grow on you.
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With every album I listen to from Oneohtrix Point Never my immense amount of respect for him continues to grow. As I'll say for all his work, it might not be for everyone, however if you can enjoy abstract musical compositions then this is a must have.
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By To you on June 12, 2014
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I really dig this record for it's simplicity and diversity. There are some excellent pieces of music and beautiful arrangements. It seems as if the artist just decided to do his own thing in the studio and had no desire to conform to any ideas or concepts and simply created from the heart. We would have much better music if this was the norm.
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Replica [LP]
This album is a really great album that deserves to get a little bit of more recognition. The vinyl record, case, and papers came in new and pristine condition without even a scratch! Vinyl record is thin, and sounds like it has really good quality when it is played on vinyl. I would definitely give this one a listen on vinyl!
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