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3Where Does Time Go
4Pelham Island Road
5Stress Waves
7Describing Bodies
8Nil Admirari


  • DesignStephen O'Malley
  • Engineer [Additional Engineering], Technician [Tape-op]Al Carlson
  • Mastered ByJames Plotkin
  • Music By, Performer [Akai Ax-60, Roland Juno-60, Roland Msq-700, Korg Electribe Es-1], VoiceDaniel Lopatin
  • Photography ByYelena Avanesova


Recorded and mixed at Ridge Valley Digital, Massachusetts
July - August 09


  • Recorded At – Ridge Valley Digital
  • Mixed At – Ridge Valley Digital
  • Mastered At – Dubplates & Mastering


Oneohtrix Point Never. KudosRecords от лица. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Oneohtrix is the fifth studio album by American electronic musician Daniel Lopatin under the stage name Oneohtrix Point Never, released on November 8, 2011 via Mexican Summer and Software. It features co-production by Joel Ford and Al Carlson, and was Lopatin's first work to be recorded in a studio. Stylistically, the album marks a shift away from Lopatin's previous synth-based works under the alias, instead showcasing a sample-based approach utilizing audio from 1980s and 1990s television advertisements. Songs in album Oneohtrix Point Never - Returnal 2010. Oneohtrix Point Never - Nil Admirari. Oneohtrix Point Never - Describing Bodies. Oneohtrix Point Never - Stress Waves. Oneohtrix Point Never - Returnal. Oneohtrix Point Never - Pelham Island Road. Oneohtrix Point Never - Where Does Time Go. Oneohtrix Point Never - Ouroboros. Oneohtrix Point Never - Preyouandi. Total votes: 5. Other albums by Oneohtrix Point Never. Oneohtrix Point Never's music is in love with technology but finds it nevertheless a source of sadness, anxiety, and gleaming fatigue, as well as redemption. Last year, his album Rifts collected two and a half hours of previously released material- the albums Betrayed in the Octagon, Zones Without People, and Russian Mind, plus selections from various CD-R and cassette releases- that added up to a remarkably singular vision. The album begins with a chaos that's uncharacteristic for Oneohtrix Point Never- a wailing voice, feedback squeal, synthesizer drones, and overdriven drum blasts combust like a rocket on its launch pad. Listen free to Oneohtrix Point Never Returnal Nil Admirari, Describing Bodies and more. 8 tracks 41:55. I wanted to make a world-music record. But make it hyperreal, refracted through not really being in touch with the world. So Im painting these pictures, not of the actual world, but of us watching that world. Oneohtrix has also described Returnal as a Rousseau record : Hes a French painter during this exoticism period. Theyre very interesting, theyre not one-to-one depictions of nature, explicitly because he didnt really like or appreciate nature. Daniel Lopatin born July 25, 1982, best known by the recording alias Oneohtrix Point Never, is a Brooklyn-based American musician working in electronic and experimental music. He began releasing synth-based recordings in the mid-2000s, receiving initial acclaim for the 2009 compilation Rifts. Lopatin subsequently explored varied approaches, including sample-based composition and MIDI production, on releases such as Replica 2011 and R Plus Seven 2013. He signed to British label Warp in 2013. Back in a 2013 reddit AMA that shortly followed Oneohtrix Point Nevers major label debut R 7, Lopatin elucidates the philosophical backbone of his music: 'Generic' is an idea about presets that is mostly cultural. 61 tracks61. Follow Oneohtrix Point Never and others on SoundCloud. Release date: 13 September 2010

Download Oneohtrix Point Never - Returnal
Oneohtrix Point Never
MP3 size:
1269 mb
FLAC size:
2533 mb
WMA size:
2006 mb
Editions Mego
Ambient, Noise, Experimental
Catalog №:
eMEGO 104V
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