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Stunned (97 Mix)
Cat: MPM 26. Rel: 07 Oct 15
Techno
  1. Stunned (97 mix) (7:42)
  2. Decay (5:07)
Review: Quite a landmark M Plant release here as Mark Broom gets the honour of being the first artist other than Robert Hood to release on the label in some 16 years! The UK techno veteran dips into his own archives for the lead track, turning in a new live take on "Stunned" which was originally released on his Pure Plastic label back in 1997. Whilst retaining the essence of the original, this new self-styled 97 mix feels a lot cleaner sounding and wholly appropriate for release on M Plant. On the flip, "Decay" sees some of the devil in Broom come to fore on a pounding production that will test the foundations of any self-respecting night club.
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Phobia
Phobia (12")
Cat: MPM 17. Rel: 13 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Phobia
  2. Higher! (Ben Sims remix)
  3. Glory B
Review: M-Plant boss Robert Hood rounds out another prolific year with one final Floorplan 12" featuring two tracks that seems to represent the project's nascent beginnings and where it's at now. "Phobia" could almost be an off cut from Paradise, the album Hood released as Floorplan earlier this year, featuring many of the sonic hallmarks that made it so memorable. Meanwhile "Glory B" jackhammers along with a sampled preacher for company in a fashion similar to early Floorplan gem "Funky Souls" though admittedly the production values are a lot more refined. Sandwiched in-between is a typically booming Ben Sims remix of Paradise album cut "Higher!" which is set to feature on the producer's forthcoming mix CD for Fabric,
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Paradise
Paradise (2xLP)
Cat: MPM 16LP. Rel: 26 Jun 13
Techno
  1. Let's Ride
  2. Change
  3. Never Grow Old
  4. Eclipse
  5. Higher!
  6. Confess
  7. Chord Principle
  8. Above The Clouds
Review: Paradise sees minimal Detroit techno icon Robert Hood exploring the Floorplan concept in more expansive style. The Floorplan project was founded in the mid '90s, as Hood looked to merge his minimalist approach with elements of house, disco, funk and gospel. Explored intermittently over a six year period, Hood put it to one side and it was a reissue of the Floorplan debut by Rush Hour that inspired him to revisit the project in 2011, scoring a bonafide gem in "We Magnify His Name". Explored in album format here, Paradise is a mixture of all new material and tracks culled from these recent M Plant 12" releases, lending the album a sense of continuity. It's all the more impressive when you consider the fact Hood's been releasing one highly conceptual album a year since 2009.
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Paradise
Paradise (CD)
Cat: MPM 16CD. Rel: 27 Jun 13
Techno
  1. Let's Ride
  2. Baby, Baby
  3. Change
  4. Altered Ego
  5. Never Grow Old
  6. Eclipse
  7. Higher!
  8. Confess
  9. Chord Principle
  10. Above The Clouds
Review: Given his phenomenal track record and no-nonsense approach, the arrival of a new Robert Hood album - albeit under his alternative Floorplan alias - should send a tingle of excitement down the spine of any self-respecting techno connoisseur. Paradise, his first album as Floorplan, largely eschews the intergalactic flavours of 2012's Motor: Nighttime World 3 (we say largely, as the hypnotic "Change" is undeniably Detroitian in outlook), in favour of tracks that take his rolling, stripped-back aesthetic in a variety of different directions. So, we get the funk-sampling "Baby, Baby", the soulful shuffle of "Never Grow Old" (deep house techno, anyone?), and the rush-inducing, piano-laden blast of "Confess". Impeccable... as usual.
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Never Grow Old (Re Plant)
Cat: MPM 20. Rel: 18 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Never Grow Old (re-plant) (7:22)
  2. Phobia (re-plant) (5:35)
Review: The latest transmission of M Plant's 20th Anniversary celebrations sees label boss Robert Hood come through with some self styled 'replants' of recent Floorplan material. "Never Grow Old" of course originates from Hood's triumphant 2013 Floorplan LP Paradise, arriving midway through and impressive enough to feature in Ben Klock's Fabric mix. Here the gospel vibes remain but they are complemented by a searing Motor City key line that is really quite hypnotic over it's seven minute duration. Complementing this is a replant of "Phobia", one of Hood's last releases of 2013 which evens out the hoover rave overtones of the original in favour of some trippy synth loops that prove just as effective.
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Living It Up
Cat: MPM 10. Rel: 23 Aug 13
Techno
  1. Living It Up
  2. Wall To Wall
Review: ** FLOORPLAN REPRESS ** Not content with releasing one of this year's best techno albums under his own name, Detroit producer Robert Hood turns his focus to his Floorplan alter ego. While it may not enjoy the same profile as Hood side-projects like The Vision and Monobox, it does provide an alternative to his repetitive metallic techno. Indeed, the title track is a jacking house workout centred on a disco loop and the chugging train sounds sampled so memorably on Telex's 'Moscow Disko'. 'Wall to Wall' is more in keeping with Hood's trademark techno, but here too, the harsh snares and ominous, prowling bassline are offset by a filtered disco groove.

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Altered Ego EP
Cat: MPM 15. Rel: 16 Aug 13
Techno
  1. Altered Ego
  2. Confess
Review: ** FLOORPLAN REPRESS ** It's fair to say that this was one of the best Robert Hood moments in a while! Just two tracks but boy do they hit hard - "Altered Ego" is more brakey than the usual Hood bombs but he's kept the inimitable chords, all wailing and weaving their way through the beat. The real heat is on the flip however, where the nostalgic, rave-infused piano keys of "Confess" make for a certified classic! Is it Hood who influenced Shed on this sort of beat or the other way around? Who cares, it's bloody amazing!
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Victorious
Victorious (3xLP + CD)
Cat: MPM 28LP. Rel: 15 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Spin (6:00)
  2. Good Thang (6:11)
  3. The Heavens & The Earth (7:09)
  4. He Can Save You (10:21)
  5. Mmm Hmm Hmm (6:09)
  6. Ha Ya (5:32)
  7. Push On (7:39)
  8. They Can Tell (5:35)
  9. Sun In The Sky (6:23)
  10. Spin
  11. Music
  12. The Heavens & The Earth
  13. Good Thang
  14. He Can Save You
  15. Mmm Hmm Hmm
  16. Ha Ya
  17. Tell You No Lie
  18. Push On
  19. They Can Tell
  20. Sun In The Sky
Review: Robert Hood's Floorplan alias has been a real hit over the years. Not content with captivating audiences for two decades with his minimal-futurist hypnotism on M-Plant, Floorplan explored his love of sampling, bringing back the vibe of early noughties DJ tools that looped up funk and disco classics for infectious dancefloor dynamics. The Victorious LP is the project's second full length since 2013's Paradise and is co-produced by his daughter Lyric. It features the absolutely massive "Tell You No Lie" which works those loops from the 1977 disco classic "Lovin' You Is Really My Game" by Brainstorm to full effect.
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Music
Music (12")
Cat: MPM 27. Rel: 04 May 16
Techno
  1. Music (6:32)
  2. Tell You No Lie (8:31)
Review: A taster for Robert Hood's second Floorplan album, this EP puts a spotlight on the radical nature of his musical transformation. On "Music", the visceral rhythms of techno minimalism are gone; in their place is a rolling, tracky groove that boasts a repetitive vocal loop and which has shades of classic Relief /Derrick Carter. "Tell You No Lie" is even more impressive. It sees Hood use a gospel vocal over a stomping, funk guitar-sampling disco house workout. There is an audibly religious dimension to "Tell You No Lie," but Hood's knack for writing a great tune means that it sounds celebratory rather than self-indulgent or preachy.
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Victorious
Cat: MPM 28CD. Rel: 23 Jun 16
Techno
  1. Spin (2:00)
  2. Music (2:00)
  3. The Heavens & The Earth (2:00)
  4. Good Thang (2:00)
  5. He Can Save You (2:00)
  6. Mmm Hmm Hmm (2:00)
  7. Ha Ya (2:00)
  8. Tell You No Lie (2:00)
  9. Push On (2:00)
  10. They Can Tell (2:00)
  11. Sun In The Sky (2:00)
Review: Robert Hood's Floorplan alias has been a real hit over the years. Not content with captivating audiences for two decades with his minimal-futurist hypnotism on M-Plant, Floorplan explored his love of sampling, bringing back the vibe of early noughties DJ tools that looped up funk and disco classics for infectious dancefloor dynamics. The Victorious LP is the project's second full length since 2013's Paradise and is co-produced by his daughter Lyric. It features the absolutely massive "Tell You No Lie" which works those loops from the 1977 disco classic "Lovin' You Is Really My Game" by Brainstorm to full effect.
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Let The Church
Cat: MPM 29. Rel: 21 Jun 17
Techno
  1. Let The Church (6:07)
  2. Made Up In My Mind (6:51)
  3. He Can Save You (Robert Hood remix) (8:07)
  4. Never Grow Old (Lyric Hood mix) (5:30)
Review: Robert Hood's gospel house and disco referencing Floorplan project returns on his revered M-Plant imprint with these four fierce, funky and downright powerful dancefloor bombs. Starting off on the A side with the tough, rhythmic and rolling DJ tool "Let The Church" which is interspersed with the mandatory diva vocal for added hands in the air effect: this one really brings it! Next up the is the uplifting and life affirming church celebration (techno style) on "Made Up In My Mind" which utilises one woman's powerful preaching at a sermon to magnificent effect. On the flip is more typical M-Plant faire, with the hypnotic and cyclical adrenaline of "He Can Save You" which is more suited to dark and sweaty warehouse space His daughter and newly appointed DJ partner Lyric Hood's mix of "Never Grow Old" from 2013's tremendous Paradise LP is a fantastic reshape of the now classic tune.
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Sanctified EP
Cat: MPM 13. Rel: 06 Feb 18
Techno
  1. We Magnify His Name (9:18)
  2. Baby, Baby (6:31)
  3. Basic Principle (4:54)
Review: ** Repress For The Hood Fans ** This much anticipated EP on his own M Plant label sees Detroit legend Robert Hood continue to develop to his Floorplan alias after the recent Living It Up single. The A-Side explores euphoric 90s house tropes in "We Magnify His Name", a peak time piano driven anthem which is as religious an experience to listen to as its name suggests, complete with uplifting gospel vocals. On the flip, Hood explores his darker techno tendencies over two tracks. "Baby Baby" relies more on a cut up vocal sample and a slightly wobbling Motor City leaning bassline and a Model 500 style funk swing to it, provided in no small part by a particularly great guitar lick, while tension and release is offered in spades by a well placed horn sample. "Basic Priciple" meanwhile is a druggier affair propelled by its murky sub bass and techno stabs, the only melody coming from a particularly sinister two note organ line.
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So Glad
So Glad (12")
Cat: MPM 32. Rel: 22 May 19
Techno
  1. So Glad (7:14)
  2. I Feel Him Moving (6:15)
Review: While Robert Hood's Floorplan records have always been exciting and on-point, they have somehow got even better since his daughter Lyric joined him in the studio in 2015. The pair's latest gospel-sampling release is particularly potent, with both cuts sounding like peak-time anthems in waiting. We're particularly excited by A-side 'So Glad", a killer mixture of thumping techno grooves, dreamy deep house pads, looped piano snippets and brilliantly cut-up gospel vocals. That's not to say that the B-side is much weaker, though; in fact, with rasping preacher vocals, bustling Chicago house beats, mind-mangling organs and insatiable drum fills, it's arguably even bigger.
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out of stock $9.84
Mega
Mega (12")
Cat: MP 326. Rel: 21 May 02
Techno
  1. Mega
  2. Supernatural
out of stock $7.44
Minimal Nation
Cat: MP 315. Rel: 16 Nov 99
 
Techno
out of stock $14.88
Protein Valve EP
Protein Valve EP (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: MPM 23. Rel: 08 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Protein Valve 1
  2. Analog Track (Ghost)
  3. Protein Valve 2
  4. AM Track
Review: M Plant's 20 Year anniversary celebrations are set to end on a high with a triple CD compilation featuring a wealth of new, remastered and unreleased material alongside some classics from the Robert Hood canon. Before then, the latest in an ongoing series of celebratory 12" releases sees Hood look to the classic Protein Valve, which was the first 12" issued on M Plant back in 1994. The title track has already been subject to some edits as part of this M Plant 20 series, but it's nice to see three tracks from that original 12" reissued here as a reminder how Hood's pioneering minimal approach first took shape. Look out for new Hood production "Analog Track (Ghost)" wedged in amongst the protein too!
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out of stock $7.19
Moveable Parts Chapter 1 EP
Moveable Parts Chapter 1 EP (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: MPM 24. Rel: 29 Oct 14
Techno
  1. Untitled 1
  2. Untitled 4
  3. Untitled Sketch
Review: If one variation of confused blips and synths gurgles underpinned by a rock solid 909 beat by Robert Hood isn't enough than indulge yourself in two. For this first chapter of the Moveable Parts EP series, Hood's work here will please those after some more Monobox action as both "Untitled 1" and "Untitled 4" are discombobulated versions of each other. If you're after a mutant version of the latter for the packed dancefloor however, Hood's got you covered with "Untitled Sketch". Does Hood ever disappoint? Never!
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M Print: 20 Years Of M Plant Music
Cat: MPM 25CD. Rel: 10 Dec 14
Techno
  1. The Grey Area
  2. Untitled 1
  3. The Rhythm Of Vision
  4. Protein Valve 1
  5. Stereotype
  6. Realm
  7. The Pace
  8. Untitled Scetch
  9. Unix
  10. Minus
  11. The Greatest Dancer
  12. Dancer (remix)
  13. Power To The Prophet
  14. We Magnify His Name
  15. Superman
  16. Alpha
  17. Eleven
  18. Baby, Baby
  19. The Family
  20. Range
  21. Never Grow Old
  22. Exturnus Oblique (re-plant)
  23. Am Track
  24. Arrows (edit)
  25. Untitled 4
  26. Monkey
  27. The Family (re-plant)
  28. Minus (edit)
  29. Analog Track (Ghost)
  30. Who Taught You Math (alternate mix)
  31. Protein Valve 1 (re-plant)
  32. Full Armor
  33. Minimal Minded
Review: Thirty three seminal Robert Hood productions all in the one download: The M-Plant Mother lode has landed. Even if you're well up to date on the Detroit legend's storied career there's no stopping the joy at what material has been included here - including - the best minimal techno production of all time: Monobox's "Realm". For something funkier there's the "The Pace", "The Greatest Dancer", the all praising "We Magnify His Name" and "Monkey". But wait: there's more! "Alpha" and "The Family" from his Omega Man LP makes the cut as do the epic James Brown and Aretha Franklin samples from newer school Floorplan material "Baby Baby" and "Never Grow Old". There's also the legendary stuff like "Who Taught You Math" and "Minus" to "Protein Valve" and much, much more. Dig in.
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Eleven
Eleven (12")
Cat: MPM 18. Rel: 04 Dec 13
Techno
  1. Eleven
  2. Alarm
Review: The last time Robert Hood referenced the number 11 was the beatless track "The Age Of Eleven", appearing towards the end of his Wire To Wire album released ten years ago on the all encompassing Peacefrog Records. That, however, is where the similarities to this EP, Eleven, on Hood's own M-Plant, end. Starting with the B-side, the chimes of "Alarm" sound similar to Luke Slater's "Bell Blocker", and a lot of what else can be heard that legendary album The Messenger. But again it's the A-side, which homes the title track, that provides another production where the city of Detroit literally resonates within the music, painting visual imagery of factories and assembly lines done in a way that instantly make you think: Robert Hood.
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Mark Broom Edits
Cat: MPM 19. Rel: 09 Apr 14
Techno
  1. Untitled 1 (Mark Broom edit)
  2. One Touch (Mark Broom edit)
Review: When Broom met Hood! To celebrate M Plant's 20th anniversary, Robert Hood is planning a whole host of events and releases including a sequence of 12"s that see classics and rarities remixed and edited. Who better to inaugurate the series than Hood's UK contemporary Mark Broom? Here Broom digs deep into the M Plant archives, choosing to work with "Untitled 1" from Hood's Moveable Parts series and "One Touch" from the Minimal Nation album. Canvas Hood fans and the majority will probably nominate the first edition of the Moveable Parts series as one of their favourites, so it's little surprise that Broom elected to add his own signature dirty funk to the opening track for this 12". His edit of Minimal Nation opener "One Touch" proves to be just as effective, playing toyfully with the bassline whilst dicing the beats with undoubtedly dark results.
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out of stock $9.04
Omega
Omega (3xLP+CD)
Cat: MPM 8LP. Rel: 09 Jun 10
Techno
  1. Alpha (The Beginning)
  2. Towns That Disappeared Completely
  3. Are You God?
  4. The Plague (Cleansing Maneuvers)
  5. The Workers Of Iniquity
  6. Saved By The Fire
  7. Think Fast
  8. War In The Streets
  9. Omega (End Times)
  10. Alpha (The Beginning)
  11. The Plague (Cleansing Maneuvers)
  12. Towns That Disappeared Completely
  13. Alpha
  14. Think Fast
  15. The Workers Of Iniquity
  16. Are You God?
  17. The Family Watches
  18. War In The Streets
  19. Saved By The Fire
  20. The Wheels Of Escape
  21. Omega (End Times)
out of stock $20.20
Omega
Omega (CD)
Cat: MPM 8CD. Rel: 11 Jun 10
Techno
  1. Alpha (The Beginning)
  2. The Plague (Cleansing Maneuvers)
  3. Towns That Disappeared Completely
  4. Alpha
  5. Think Fast
  6. The Workers Of Iniquity
  7. Are You God?
  8. The Family Watches
  9. War In The Streets
  10. Saved by The Fire
  11. The Wheels Of Escape
  12. Omega (End Times)
Review: It's a sad but true fact that original pioneers of any art form often age badly, softening up as they engage less and less inquisitively with the world around them or, worse, get stuck treading the same water they did 15 years ago to much lesser effect. Anyone wishing to level that criticism at Robert Hood should check out Omega. A concept album which aims to soundtrack the 1971 film The Omega Man which haunted Hood as a child, Omega is an edgy, anxious record which ably mirrors a dread filled world. From shadowy, glitchy depictions of being chased through a dark, derelict city ("The Workers of Iniquity") to paranoid, frenzied and disorientating cuts like "Saved by the Fire" via the spaceship take-offs, broken beats and trademark snappy snares of "The Wheels of Escape" or the eerie, suspended tension of recent single "Omega (End Times)" you can't help but get emotionally entangled in this album as it plays out. Of course, Omega must be digested whole for maximum effect. But equally, heads down techno hustles like the nervy "Think Fast" beg to be played loud; in a pitch-black, sweaty club; somewhere free from distraction. Wherever you hear these dark, prophetic sounds, though, they never fail to monopolize your mind. Available in a whopping 3xLP + CD package.
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out of stock $14.88
Kick Dirt EP
Cat: MP 324. Rel: 14 Feb 02
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $8.50
The Black & White Lab
Cat: MP 327. Rel: 03 Apr 02
Techno
  1. Combine
  2. Trigger Happy
out of stock $7.44
Addict
Addict (12")
Cat: MP 325. Rel: 03 Apr 02
Techno
  1. Initial
  2. Addiction
  3. Alright
  4. Low Life
out of stock $7.44
The Metronome
Cat: MP 328. Rel: 18 Jun 02
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $7.44
Nighttime World Volume 2
Cat: MP 319. Rel: 05 Jan 01
 
Techno
  1. Black Hollywood
  2. The Key To Midnight
  3. Stepping Out
  4. Desire
  5. After Hours
  6. Teflon
  7. Formula Galore
  8. Weight Of The World
  9. Still
  10. Untitled
  11. Darkroom
  12. Silent Hill
  13. Peace (Closing Theme)
  14. Blackness
out of stock $20.20
Technatural EP
Cat: MP 317. Rel: 21 Apr 00
Techno
  1. Outlast
  2. Tactel
  3. Pattern St
  4. Teflon Fiber
out of stock $7.44
Nighttime World Volume 2
Cat: MP 318CD. Rel: 02 Jul 00
 
Techno
  1. Black Hollywood
  2. The Key To Midnight
  3. Stepping Out
  4. Desire
  5. After Hours
  6. Teflon
  7. Formula Galore
  8. Weight Of The World
  9. Still
  10. Untitled
  11. Silent Hill
  12. Darkroom
  13. Peace (Closing Theme)
  14. Blackness
out of stock $15.94
Protein Valve (Re-Plants)
Cat: MPM 21. Rel: 10 Jul 14
Techno
  1. Protein Valve (re-plant)
  2. Protein Valve (edit 1)
  3. Protein Valve (edit 2)
Review: The Floorplan project show-cased Robert Hood's love of gospel-tinged house, but as this, his latest release demonstrates, he remains a techno artist through and through. The Protein Valve record originally appeared on M Plant 20 years ago and like Hood's Internal Empire and Minimal Nation releases, became a blueprint for minimal techno. On the "Re-Plant" and "Edit 1" versions, nagging, insistent percussion and an eerie organ sound create a sense of drama. However, the old approach proves to be the most effective and the second edit remains closer to the original sound, with jittery hats, unsettling organ riffs and the wind whooshing past in the background.
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Underestimated
Cat: MP 313. Rel: 20 Sep 98
Techno
  1. Black Man's Word
  2. Sleep Is The Cousin Of Death
  3. Hard To Kill
out of stock $7.44
Obey
out of stock $7.44
Alpha
Alpha (12")
Cat: MPM 6. Rel: 10 Mar 10
Techno
  1. Alpha
  2. Omega (End Times)
Review: Detroit techno favourite Robert Hood is set to release an intriguing concept album this summer. As a precursor to the release, his own M Plant imprint are releasing two of its tracks as a taster of the full length.

The forthcoming Omega is a concept album based on the 1971 classic science fiction film, The Omega Man starring Charlton Heston. The film itself derived from Richard Matheson's 1954 novel I Am Legend which incidentally has also seen a Hollywood film adaptation spring from it. Hood's Omega however, is not meant to be an exact soundtrack that runs alongside the 1971 film. Instead, it is Hood's musical take on the film. He watched the film growing up and now draws inspiration from the lessons that it teaches.

"Alpha" and "Omega (End Times)" hint at what we can expect from this summer's release. "Alpha" is a thick wad of driving techno. It is relentless to the last, with an epic feel created by sustained synthesisers and some stabbing basslines. Cranking breaks and quick percussion patterns add momentum and power to this breathless piece of classic Robert Hood techno. Next up is "Omega (End Times)" which assumes a darker, more ominous quality. Still one for the clubs, this track contains more of a moody and sinister atmosphere. The crunching basslines are still there and when the beat comes in it is as steady and as powerful as the A side. Its tempo shifts are more subtle too, making this an all together much more brooding affair.

From knowing the pretence of the forthcoming full length and by only hearing these two tracks, the wait for Omega will seem unbearable now. A tight release meant to wet our appetites has gone and done exactly what it was meant to.
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out of stock $8.50
Minimal Nation
Minimal Nation (2xCD (CD 1 unmixed, CD 2 mixed))
Cat: MPM 01CD. Rel: 11 Jun 09
Techno
  1. One Touch
  2. Museum
  3. SH 101
  4. Rhythm Of Vision
  5. Unix
  6. Ride
  7. Station Rider E
  8. Self Powered
  9. Sleep Cycle
  10. Rhythm Of Vision (original)
  11. Intro
  12. Ride
  13. One Touch
  14. Rhythm Of Vision
  15. Sleep Cycles
  16. Unix
  17. Station Rider E
  18. The Page (original)
  19. Museum
  20. Acrylic
  21. Grey Matter
  22. Unix
  23. Sleep Cycles (outro)
out of stock $18.07
Stereotype EP
Cat: MPM 5. Rel: 02 Dec 09
Techno
  1. Stereotype 1
  2. Stereotype 2
  3. Stereotype 3
out of stock $8.50
The Greatest Dancer
Cat: MP 322. Rel: 11 May 01
House
  1. The Greatest Dancer ("Live At Motor" version & studio version)
out of stock $8.50
Invincible
Invincible (12")
Cat: MP 321. Rel: 31 May 01
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $7.44
Minimal Nation
Minimal Nation (3xLP + CD)
Cat: MPM 1LP. Rel: 23 Mar 19
Techno
  1. One Touch
  2. Museum
  3. SH 101
  4. Rhythm Of Vision
  5. Unix
  6. Ride
  7. Station Rider E
  8. Self Powered
  9. Sleep Cycle
  10. Rhythm Of Vision (original)
  11. One Touch
  12. Museum
  13. SH 101
  14. Rhythm Of Vision
  15. Unix
  16. Ride
  17. Station Rider E
  18. Self Powered
  19. Sleep Cycle
  20. Rhythm Of Vision (original)
out of stock $28.70
M Plant 6
M Plant 6 (12")
Cat: MP 306. Rel: 10 Jun 96
 
Unclassified
  1. Track 1
out of stock $0.00
Pace
Pace (12")
Cat: MP 306. Rel: 24 Jun 96
 
Techno
  1. Track 1
out of stock $0.00
Omega: Alive
Omega: Alive (mixed CD)
Cat: MPM 12CD. Rel: 23 Jun 11
Techno
  1. Bells At Dusk
  2. Run
  3. Alpha Alive
  4. Omega Alive
  5. Minimal, Minimal
  6. Who Taught You Math? Alive
  7. Unix Alive
  8. Side Effect Alive
  9. Minus Alive
  10. Alpha (James Ruskin remix)
  11. The Family
  12. Atomic
out of stock $10.63
The Protein Valve
Cat: MP 301. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Techno
  1. Protein Valve (re-plant)
  2. Protein Valve (edit 1)
  3. Protein Valve (edit 2)
out of stock $7.44
All Day Long
All Day Long (12" )
Cat: MP 309. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Techno
  1. Track 1
  2. Track 2
  3. Track 3
  4. Track 4
out of stock $8.50
Puppet Master
Puppet Master (2xLP limited to 2000 copies)
Cat: code not notified. Rel: 23 Jun 97
 
Techno
out of stock $12.75
Moveable Parts Chapter Two
Cat: . Rel: 10 Feb 97
 
Techno
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Stereotype EP
Cat: MP 312. Rel: 26 Jul 98
 
Techno
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Psychic/Pole Position
Cat: MP 316. Rel: 24 Aug 99
 
Techno
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Moveable Parts Chapter 2
Cat: MPLANT 007. Rel: 17 Feb 97
 
Techno
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