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Rights Society: SGAE. Other (Depósito Legal): . 1649-1990. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Founded in 1978, Mecánica Popular was the brainchild of Luis Delgado (also a member of Finis Africae) and Eugenio Muñoz, conceived and nurtured during after-hours sessions in Madrid’s RCA studios exclusively using tape loops only – no samples involved. Got it. + add. album. If you like ¿Qué Sucede Con El Tiempo?, you may also like: Six Loops For Gregorian Sweepstakes by Cooper Bowman. Cooper Bowman’s hypnotic tape loops expand and disintegrate in real time, taking on new shapes & textures with each go-round.
Qué Sucede Con El Tiempo? Dead Cert. Notable not only for including Beppe Loda’s Typhoon favourite, La Edad Del Bronce – which sounds uncannily like a cut from Craig Leon’s Nommos – this album also features the beguiling concrète funk of ‘Galilea: Centro De Datos’, which, by any measure bears a striking, prototypical resemblance to Photek’s Ni – Ten – Ichi – Ryu and has become something of an oft-asked about. staple in DeadCert’s polysemous, polymetric DJ sets.
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Get the Tempo of the tracks from ¿Qué Sucede Con El Tiempo? (1984) by Mecánica Popular. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist ¿Qué sucede con el tiempo? 1. Impresionistas I. 0'20. 2. La edad de bronce.
By: Mecanica Popular (1984, Electronic). More albums from Mecanica Popular: Baku: 1922 by Mecanica Popular. View all albums . ¿Qué Sucede Con El Tiempo? By: Mecanica Popular (1984, Electronic).
1) Mecanica Popular was founded in 1980, by Luis Delgado and Eugenio Munoz. They were both sound technicians and worked together at RCA Studios in Madrid back in the days. The album ''Baku: 1922'' which was originally released in 1987 was a great follow up to their debut release Que Sucede Con El Tiempo? from 1984. It contains revised versions of the previous released tracks La Edad Del Bronze and Daguerrotipo.
|A2||La Edad Del Bronce|
|B1||Galilea: Centro De Datos|
|B4||Máquinas Y Procedimientos|
- Licensed To – Dead-Cert Home Entertainment
- Licensed From – Eugenio Muñoz
- Licensed From – Luis Delgado
- Licensed Through – Finders Keepers Records
- Distributed By – Boomkat
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dead-Cert Home Entertainment
- Copyright (c) – Finders Keepers Records
- Lacquer Cut At – Dubplates & Mastering
- Lacquer Cut By – mg*
- Written-By – Mecanica Popular
NotesEdition of 500 mastered and cut at D&M**
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): [email protected]&m VCR-009-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): [email protected]&m VCR-009-B
|DRO-060||Mecanica Popular||¿Qué Sucede Con El Tiempo? (LP, Pun)||DRO||DRO-060||Spain||1984|
|EGD 021||Mecanica Popular||¿Que Sucede Con El Tiempo? (LP, Album, RE)||Discos Esplendor Geometrico, Auxilio De Cientos||EGD 021||Spain||1990|