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Karenn - Untitled album

Karenn - Untitled album Performer: Karenn
Title: Untitled
Style: Techno
Date of release: 2012
Size MP3: 1153 mb
Size FLAC: 1539 mb
Rating: 4.8

Label /. Works The Long Nights. Pariah to release first new music in six years with debut album, Here From Where We Are. The LP will come out on Houndstooth this July. Blawan announces first album, Wet Will Always Dry. It's coming out on his own Ternesc label in June.

Listen to music from Karenn like Rek, Salz & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Karenn. Colluding as Karenn, Blawan and Pariah give their Works the Long Nights label a brilliant start with SHEWORKS001, three robust tracks of bass-heavy, swung and kicking techno variations. A-side is owned by the garage-tech swinger "Chaste Down", landing somewhere between Burial and Marcel Dettmann.

Karenn’s last project was an untitled 12″ released on the duo’s Works The Long Nights imprint in 2014. Last year, Blawan released his debut album, Wet Will Always Dry – one of our favourite albums of 2018 – as well as a collaborative EP with The Analogue Cops, HFFKEM (Hedge Fund Festivals Kill Electronic Music). Pariah also released his debut LP Here From Where We Are last year, an ambient departure from his previous records released via Houndstooth.

The untitled eighth studio album by American nu metal band Korn was released on July 31, 2007, through Virgin Records and is the first and only album as a three piece band without longtime drummer David Silveria.

After a 10-year wait, Rammstein return both more bombastic and mysterious than ever on their untitled seventh albu. To mark the release of their first album in a decade, they are doing no interviews, they have explained nothing about what to expect, or said what any of it means. There’s not even a title. But then, when the video for Deutschland – the starting cannon for the band’s seventh chapter – arrived with two days’ vague warning, it racked up 20 million views in four days.

B3 Untitled Four by Karen Stackpole. Karen Stackpole is one of the master manipulators of metal and this 12 conveys the stunning sonic potential of resonating metal. B3 Untitled Four (03:56).

The untitled eighth studio album by American nu metal band Korn, often known as Untitled or Korn II, was released on July 31, 2007, through Virgin Records and is the first album without longtime drummer David Silveria. 1 Background information.


A Sailing Solvents 6:33
B1 Nicotine Window Netting 6:29
B2 A Room Full Of Fuck All 6:04
C Clean It Up 5:48
D1 Lifesbleach 5:44
D2 Widedyed 6:28

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Air Mastering
  • Pressed By – Optimal Media GmbH – BC89389


  • Mastered By – Matt Colton


Housed in textured and heavyweight reverse-card jacket with double-wide spine.

Side A & C: 45 RPM
Side B & D: 33 ⅓ RPM

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record.
A: 130 | B1: 126 | B2: 126
C: 135 | D1: 134-136 | D2: 135

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side A): SHEWORKS 004 A¹ BC89389-01 A¹ [email protected]
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side B): SHEWORKS 004 B¹ BC89389-01 B¹
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side C): SHEWORKS 004 C¹ BC89389-02 C¹ [email protected]
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side D): SHEWORKS 004 D¹ BC89389-02 D¹

User reviews
raw, uncompromising. worth buying just for 'clean it up' alone, anything else is a bonus
This is one of my 'get the fuq out my house' 7am jams
My man! You lot are few and far between though haha
Really bad technique bruh, I l wouldn't leave your house if you play this.
Somewhere between Drexciya and Hieroglyphic Being, this release forces you to re-focus your attention to the smaller details and endure the sharper ones. Appreciation goes into the textures, the patterns of the squiggles and the effect of the snotty synth blurts. Love it.
Can't really make up my mind about this one either, it sounds so 'bad' at times, but then the sum of all the parts, the pure live energy poured into this makes it really interesting. The infamous Boiler Room set got Karenn a lot of attention, and I must say I listen to this record with a big grin on my face! Like others have mentioned before, this sounds so lo-fi and rough compared to the overproduced stuff that is everywhere. This is the sex pistols or joy division of techno: pure and unpolished, brutal artist expression and energy. For that alone this gets a 5/5 for me. Also, Clean it up is a hell of a banger!
Massive Fan of Blawan and Sheworks, but this is just... bad
Possibly one of the most obnoxious techno releases that I can ever remember. Everything in my body wants me to hate it, but I just can't for some reason. They say there's a thin line between love and hate...this release has me wondering. Is this a techno disaster, or the birth and launch of a new phase in techno stylings (analog distortion + retardedly huge kick drum pissing matches)? I have to give it a 5 out of 5 because anything this unlikeable yet intoxicating could only signify the dawn of a new era. In my opinion this is hardcore 90's rave techno of the highest order, firmly resurrected. Your kids will f*cking love it.
too much jibberjabber...
umm, there's nothing "new era" about this at all. had it been released in 1990... maybe. but a few slightly distorted loops has been done a million times before. listen to the early Drumcode releases (especially Beast Tamer), almost everything produced by The Advent in the last 15 years, lots of the Ant-Zen catalog and many other labels, etc., and you'll realize everything on this release is entirely unoriginal. you can't resurrect what's been the boring norm for two decades.
I'm not sure about "analog distortion" :)