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Scorn - Ellipsis álbum

  • Artista: Scorn
  • Título: Ellipsis
  • Género: Electrónica / Rock
  • País: Europe
  • Fuente de los registros: CD, Album
  • Liberado: 1995
  • Estilo: Downtempo, Illbient, Abstract, IDM, Ambient, Drum n Bass, Experimental
  • Etiqueta: Scorn Recordings
  • Catálogo#: SCORN CD1
  • MP3 álbum: 2162 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 2541 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.9/5
  • Votos: 597
Scorn - Ellipsis álbum

Lista de canciones

1The End (P.C.M - "Nightmare" Mix)
Remix – P.C.M.
2Falling (Autechre - "FR 13" Mix)
Remix – Autechre
3Dreamspace (Coil - "Shadow Vs Executioner" Mix)
Remix – Coil
4Night Tide (Scanner - "Flaneur Electronique" Mix)
Remix – Scanner
5Night Ash Black (Bill Laswell - "Slow Black Underground River" Mix)
Remix – Bill Laswell
6Automata (Germ Mix)
Remix – Germ
7Silver Rain Fell (Meat Beat Manifesto Mix)
Remix – Meat Beat Manifesto
8Exodus (Scorn Mix)
Remix – Scorn
9Light Trap (Scorn Mix)
Remix – Scorn


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SCORN CD 1Scorn Ellipsis ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Scorn RecordingsSCORN CD 1US1995
SCORN CD1Scorn Ellipsis ‎(CD, Album)Scorn RecordingsSCORN CD1Europe1995
TFCK-88767Scorn Ellipsis ‎(CD, Album)Toy's FactoryTFCK-88767Japan1995
Mosh113cdxScorn Ellipsis ‎(CD, Ltd)Earache, EaracheMosh113cdxUKUnknown
MASS 0460Scorn Ellipsis ‎(Cass, Album)Metal Mind RecordsMASS 0460Poland1997


  • ArtworkRuth Collins


Gratitude to:
All the artists, Ruth Collins for art, Jim Plotkin and John 'Evil E' Everall

The copyright in this sound recording and artwork is owned by Earache Records

Made in the EC

Códigos de barras

  • Barcode (Printed): 5 018615 111122
  • Matrix / Runout: B6581 SCORNCD 1
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2302


  • Marketed By – Earache
  • Distributed By – Intercord Record Service – IRS 996.111
  • Glass Mastered At – Nimbus – B6581
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Earache
  • Copyright (c) – Earache



Ellipsis is a remix album by Scorn, originally released in 1995 on Earache Records. It was remastered along with Evanescence and released as a two disc set in 2009. It's mainly a remix album for Evanescence, though it contains a remix of Nights Ash Black from Colossus. The remixes were made by Meat Beat Manifesto, Coil, Bill Laswell, Scanner, Autechre, . and Germ, as well as Scorn themselves. Silver Rain Fell Meat Beat Manifesto Mix 8:35. Exodus Scorn Mix 5:39. The companion album to 1994's Evanescence, this is a collection of remixes of tracks from that LP by various artists including Bill Laswell, by Scorn, released 09 May 1995 1. Silver Rain Fell Meat Beat Manifesto Mix 2. Exodus Scorn Mix 3. Dreamspace Coil - Shadow vs. Executioner Mix 4. Night Ash Black Bill Laswell - Slow Black Underground River Mix 5. Night Tide Scanner - Flaneur Electronique Mix 6. Falling Autechre - FR 13 Mix 7. The End PCM - Nightmare Mix 8. Automata Germ Mix 9. Light Trap Scorn Mix. UNLIMITED FREAKOUT IS LOVE. a favourite of mine form the nineties, Ellipsis represents Scorns definitive break with their metalpunk roots and their embrace of full blown electronica - Autechre, Coil, Meat Beat Manifesto all deliver superb remixes. Derision, mockery & ridicule might equate with scorn, but last year's full length recording 'evanescence' was hailed as an indispensable non-temporary accomplishment: an album in keeping with this decade's macabre fascinations & exploring the darker terrain of the post-ambient map. Mick Harris & Nick Bullen have now collated a richly expressive assembly of revisions & reinterpretations. Industrial Dub. Songs in album Scorn - Ellipsis 1995. Scorn - Silver Rain Fell Meat Beat Manifesto Mix. Scorn - Exodus Scorn Mix. Scorn - Dreamspace Shadow vs Executioner Mix by Coil. Scorn - Night Ash Black Slow Black Underground River Mix by Bill Laswell. Scorn - Night Tide Flaneur Electronique Mix by Scanner. Scorn - Falling FR 13 Mix by Autechre. Scorn - The End Nightmare Mix by . Scorn - Automata Germ Mix. Technically speaking he makes electronic albums, but the sound of Scorn is distinctly darker, sparser, and sometimes a bit on the boring side. Ambient keyboard drones and drum loops lumber along like chill-out music for vampires. It's ambient music for rock fans, and sometimes a tough sell. Harris gets wise and enlists the skill and popularity of acts like Meat Beat Manifesto, Autechre, Coil, and a few others to breathe life into Ellipsis, a remix project that broadened his exposure considerably. Ellipsis, 2007. Silver Rain Fell Meat Beat Manifesto Mix, 08:35. Exodus Scorn Mix, 05:39. The End - Nightmare Mix, 07:40. Ellipsis is a music album by Scorn released in 1995. Ellipsis is ranked 88,251st in the overall chart, 15,274th in the 1990s, and 1,567th in the year 1995. Scorn - Ellipsis CASSETTE TAPE - COIL BILL LASWELL MICK HARRIS Autechre - SEALED Condition: Brand New. Time left: 9d 5h 15m 56s Ships to: Worldwide. Industrial Metal. Silver Rain Fell Meat Beat Manifesto Mix Remix Meat Beat Manifesto. Exodus Scorn MixRemix Scorn. Dreamspace Coil - Shadow Vs Executioner Mix Remix Coil

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Derision, mockery & ridicule might equate with scorn, but last year's full length recording 'evanescence' was hailed as an indispensable non-temporary accomplishment: an album in keeping with this decade's macabre fascinations & exploring the darker terrain of the post-ambient map. Mick Harris & Nick Bullen have now collated a richly expressive assembly of revisions & reinterpretations. The incredible itinerary of 'ellipsis' includes Meat Beat Manifesto, Coil, Bill Laswell, Autechre, Scanner, PCM, Germ & Scorn themselves, whose revocation of 'exodus' is loaded with latent menace. Whatever qualms people might possess in relation to dark ambience, the practitioners of this black art are weaving complex spells of audio ingenuity. In two parts, looping film scores, Coil, the black suns of Industrial records build immense aurascapes into 'shadow vs. executioner'. Laswell's horrifying nocturnal immersion into 'night ash black' has to be heard to be believed. Autechre's whirlpooling automation catches 'falling' within interlocking textures of hyperkinetic narratives. A sequence of gradient tones interlaced with shuttling percussion & trademark conversational fragments are combined in Scanner's 'flaneur electronique' mix of 'night tide'. An initial passivity dilutes into complex percussion with germ's intricate introspective approach to 'automata', endlessly reforming to provoke one of the boldest tracks on the album. If ever there was a sound that marks the present moment, the triumphs of this album bear witness that this is it.

(written and published 1995)
This is an album of alternative mixes of the classic "Evanescence" album exploring new avenues, damping down, spicing up & re-inventing tracks. A Hall Of Mirrors reflection on one of the best albums of the past decade.
MEAT BEAT have a certain reverence to the album's blistering opener - the heavyweight drum barrage is still there as insistant as ever, but they mostly replace PLOTKIN's guitar with synthetics and ample amounts of sampler. What remains of the guitar is lightweight and benign, but they add tons of great stuff to it, taking very little away. The sheer magnitude of the original is untouchable, but here they manage to explore new areas of equal brilliance. SCORN choose to remix their own track for the second piece here. It's very much the same piece - perhaps lighter, with the jungle rhythm more obvious and various internal samples moved around and repositioned. COIL try their hand at the next piece, opening like BIOSPHERE's "Novelty Wave". It's curious how the samples - untreated in the most - almost have the same slightly chilling drama of COIL's own music. While it lacks the insistent 'oomph' of the original, the sheer variety they put into it makes it an individual triumph - hell, COIL never let us down, do they? MICK HARRIS's PAINKILLER partner BILL LASWELL continues his atonement for inflicting WHITNEY HOUSTON on us with a deep, dark remix which transforms the original into something almost completely new. He uses a lot of licence here, but the end result is probably the most transformed piece here (bar AUTECHRE's) - with BULLEN's voice to the forefront - and effective it is too! SCANNER throws some of his voyeurism into the remix before creating a darker, creepier version of "Night Tide", stripped down and effective. The actual rhythm is more wallpaper than dance beat (but hey! it's wonderful!). AUTECHRE's apparent polyrhythmic approach appears next, almost totally transmuting the original into a totally different song - more the remixer's sound than SCORN's. P.C.M. take us into Junglist territory with the drums totally left behind with only the mood samples left behind. Enough variety to push it away from the shores of genre cliché. GERM seem to squeeze a whole new atmosphere out of the original sounds with a clever and intelligent reinterpretation, winning the award for most radical change without resorting to your own 'house' sound. Mutant, fragmented and mutilated, threatening to form into a rhythm but never giving in to the overwhelming urge. And finally SCORN get to have a second crack at remixing their own track. And as you might imagine, their approach is far closer to the original, although here it has a less hurried and quite warm ambience to it.

About half of the tracks here pay tribute to a great original album - they seem to have a feel for the sounds and make a good coda to "Evanescence"'s brilliance. The other half - well, they play their own music and tuck a few SCORN samples inside for good measure. Judged on it's own merits, this music is fine, with an eclectic approach throughout covering a whole bunch of genres. But if you have the money to just buy one of the two, go for the original - it's a classic - this is just very good!

Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.

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