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  • Performer: Gas
  • Title: Pop
  • Size MP3 ver: 1149 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1462 mb
  • Size WMA ver: 1730 mb
  • Country: Germany
  • Date of release: 2000
  • Style: Modern Classical, Techno, Ambient
  • Other formats: XM AUD MPC AC3 MP2 MP1 AHX
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
Gas - Pop

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D1 Untitled

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – EFA – 08083-1


  • Written-By, Producer, Concept By – Wolfgang Voigt


Music concept: Wolfgang Voigt for Blei

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 18750 80831 8

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MPCD 83 Gas Pop ‎(CD, Album) Mille Plateaux MPCD 83 Germany 2000
147784 Gas Pop ‎(7xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM) Kompakt 147784 Europe 2017

Comments (10)

Primitive and repetitious patterns without anything one would consider trendy. Not really music, but a wall of sound, impressions of ancient nature, choice of modern shaman. One either hates or loves this kind of stuff, it depends of the objective. If you just seek for music to listen, you will be disappointed and confused. It's just the same same thing looping over and over again. But if you seek sonic experience, get easily in "the state" by patterns and have ear for subtle details, then you may find this record transcendent experience.
As I'm sure many are anticipating at the moment, A Gas box set is on the way via Kompakt, all albums each properly reissued as triple LP's. Incredible news!
black coffe
Sometimes I discover an amazing album then I look it up on discogs and feel sad for like a week
What other albums are you referring to? - - -
we all here @cogs know the feeling bro.[some add.words needed to post that]
I know the feeling
I don't know how many times I've listened to this album... As I write this, I'm listening to it yet again, and not for the first time with tears running down my cheeks. I truly wish I understood why it moves me as it does but there's something so subtle, so soothing, so primal about this music that hits me in a way I can't begin to describe.Like other minimalist masterpieces this can be enjoyed in two completely polar ways. One can either revel and focus on the nuances and subtleties that build the warm, lush layers that this music is built upon, or one can just let go of any conceptions of what music is and should be and simply let this aural art sweep you away...Shutting your eyes is highly recommended.
dear wolfgang,i have to admit that back in 2000 my head was so far up my ass on what i thought was "good electronic music" as i continued to collect labels whilst ignoring others. i wish i could say to you "well i was starting a record label and really was living in my obsessive-compulsive world where nothing penetrated", but that excuse carries no weight because i discovered new music all the time, and most especially since i was already spinning tunes from your kompakt label. see, back then i was listening to pbo, machine drum and the m3rck and wobblyhead crew came to town and played at the empty bottle, prefuse all over the rapid transit comp, def jux was starting to bloom, i was mo'wax crazy and rawkus was dying while chicago (and to that extent, midwestern) hip-hop was what i was getting into.where do i begin, wolfgang? i mean, i was all into the orb, and fsol so listening to you would be the next extension, right? well, no. i didn't like your label at the time. i must admit how disappointed i was in the albums by kid 606 and the crappy "clicks and cuts" comp, so yeah, i missed out on "pop".that's why i'm writing this today, because of discogs, i'm able to have this album on vinyl (about 14 years late), and rejoice in the beauty of an album that is so forward thinking, yet so fucking simple and complex at the same time.so, remember wolfgang when you used the gas moniker to come up w/ the album "pop"? that was cool.easy,the rev.
Great review .. simple yet complex sums this up for me - the textures and layers keep your ears fixed for the entire duration.
*snicker snicker* Yes I was completely thrown off by the title. I rejected it at first... then I listened to the whole thing in the dark in my headphones.... It's a must have on Vinyl. Now if only I could afford it! :)

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