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Ambient Head - Atom Heart & Tetsu Inoue - Datacide II (CD, Album)

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  1. Datacide is the project of Uwe Schmidt and Tetsu dumbgawednigiflotymitoprogasnews.xyzinfode began recording together in , after Tetsu Inoue met Uwe Schmidt while vacationing near Frankfurt. They recorded a pair of dance tracks for inch release on Fax +/, followed by a full-length which mixed more uptempo trance-oriented techno with beatless ambient and experimental soundscapes.
  2. Nov 12,  · Datacide - Head Dance. From "II", Fax +/ -- PS 08/31 (). Written by Atom Heart (Uwe Schmidt) and Tetsu Inoue.
  3. Atom™ (also known as Atom Heart and often confused with Señor Coconut, real name Uwe Schmidt) is a German composer, musician and record producer of electronic music. He is often regarded as the father of electrolatino, electrogospel and aciton (acid-reggaeton) music.
  4. Formerly available only in a tiny edition of on Atom Heart's Rather Interesting label, this meeting of A.H. and Tetsu Inoue is one of the pinnacle releases in the whole German ambient scene from the early/mid s. Those who know it even speak of it in tones more reverent than those normally reserved for the better-known FAX releases.5/5(3).
  5. May 10,  · dumbgawednigiflotymitoprogasnews.xyzinfo DATacide ‎-- Datacide II Genre: Electronic Style: Acid, Ambient Year: Tracklist Ambient Head Meditation Bank Head.
  6. Uwe H. Schmidt (born 27 August in Frankfurt am Main, Germany), also known as Atom™, Atom Heart, or Señor Coconut, is a German composer, musician and producer of electronic music. He is often regarded as the father of electrolatino, electrogospel, and action music. In the nineties, Schmidt moved to Chile and developed part of his career there, adopting the alias Señor Coconut.
  7. Atom Heart & Tetsu Inoue - Datacide II ‎ (CD, Album, RE) Ambient World: AW Germany: Sell This Version: AW Tetsu Inoue & Jonah Sharp: Tetsu Inoue & Jonah Sharp - Electro Harmonix ‎ (CD.
  8. AllMusic Review by Sean Cooper The second release in his series of collaborations with Tetsu Inoue (the first appeared on Frankfurt's POD label, which released most of Schmidt's early inch work). Mostly ambient, with beats bubbling up here and there through dense fields of texture and drone.8/

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