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PETE NAMLOOK

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The developing art and the personality of PETE NAMLOOK (real name Peter Kuhlmann) is a one well-recognized, seriously matched, but also figurative, darkened in the work's moral and with surprising moments of great effect, respectively good talent. From an artist between "quality and quantity" to the most fame-full synthetizor after KRAFTWERK and TANGERINE DREAM (biographer's call), it's simple (or much too simple) to call him a top musician of the ambient/environmental class and of the electronic intense work. Ambient takes the image up to BRIAN ENO, though NAMLOOKs less disposed to simplicity and leitmotivic creativity; electronic in the power of an e-ntelectual sense, modern as spirit.

While circling in some general aspects, the style of his music can get detailed to incredible extents: ambient, environmental, environMental, electronic, chill-out, trance, techno, jazzy and jazzy-oriented, ethno-electronic, beatoriented, futuristic, retro Kraut, psychedelic, Elektro-Kraut, dance, jungle, film character, soundtracks style music, atom-electronic, sound creativity, tribal, granular and analog synthesis, subharmonic, sonic frenziness, epic, spheric, acid, monumental, slow mind, dreamscapes, soundscapes, mental wash, rhythms, nature techniques, impressionistic sound, hardcore trance and beats, groove, trip-hops, dubs, electro-chords, "jambient", intelli-music, electronic-fusion, electronic-mix, "home-grown" sounds...

NAMLOOK's determined music label is FAX (or FAX +49-69/450464), one he started up in 1992, oversees till then and to which all his music material goes related. In already 15 years, with modern transitions at every step, Namlook reached or is about to reach 150 albums, his style being more of a project-release contender, in diverse and different colors however from one album of such a main project to another. The collaborations and musicianships he constantly proposed are more than notable: Klaus SCHULZE, Bill LASWELL, Tetsu INOUE, Dave MOUFANG, Wolfram DER SPYRA, ATOM HEART, Dr. ATMO, Karl BERGER, GAUDI, Robert GORL, Richie HAWTIN, HIGHER INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, Geir JENSSEN (BIOSPHERE), Burhan OCAL, Peter PROCHIR, Jonah SHARP, Charles UZZELL-EDWARDS etc. have worked in albums or large projects with Pete NAMLOOK (or have taken NAMLOOK as a role composer and producer). The FAX releases are usually limited editions one, having varied ...
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Import
Ambient World 2008
Audio CD$29.29
WiredWired
Limited Edition · Import
Fax +49-69/450464 2001
Audio CD$49.80
$94.00 (used)
Pete Namlook - From WithinPete Namlook - From Within
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Ambient World
Audio CD$23.99 (used)
4voice4voice
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Ambient World 2008
Audio CD$20.92
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Namlook: Subconscious Worlds XXINamlook: Subconscious Worlds XXI
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Ambient World 2008
Audio CD$24.85
$24.83 (used)
SultanSultan
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Ambient World 2004
Audio CD$18.45
$43.56 (used)
Air 2Air 2
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Ambient World 2002
Audio CD$23.59
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Hearts of Space (with Pascal F.E.O.S.)
1992
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Dreamfish (with Mixmaster Morris)
1993
3.98 | 3 ratings
Air
1993
3.00 | 1 ratings
Silence (with Dr. Atmo)
1993
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Silence II (with Dr. Atmo)
1993
1.00 | 1 ratings
4Voice
1993
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2350 Broadway (with Tetsu Inoue)
1993
3.91 | 2 ratings
Shades Of Orion (with Tetsu Inoue)
1993
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Alien Community (with Jonah Sharp)
1993
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The Putney (with Ludwig Rehberg)
1993
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Limelight (with DJ Brainwave)
1993
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Sequential (with DJ Criss)
1993
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Hemisphere (with Steve Stoll)
1993
3.50 | 2 ratings
From Within (with Richie Hawtin)
1994
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Alien Community 2 (with Jonah Sharp)
1994
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Wechselspannung (with Jonah Sharp)
1994
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Escape (with Dr. Atmo)
1994
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A New Consciousness (with Charles Uzzell-Edwards)
1994
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Create (with Charles Uzzell-Edwards)
1994
4.90 | 2 ratings
Air II - Travelling Without Moving
1994
2.00 | 1 ratings
Seasons Greetings: Winter
1994
5.00 | 1 ratings
Psychonavigation (with Bill Laswell)
1994
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Seasons Greetings: Spring
1994
4.00 | 1 ratings
2350 Broadway 2 (with Tetsu Inoue)
1994
3.00 | 1 ratings
Music For Ballet
1994
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Seasons Greetings: Autumn
1994
3.00 | 1 ratings
Outland (with Bill Laswell)
1994
3.00 | 1 ratings
Syn
1994
3.03 | 3 ratings
Shades Of Orion 2 (with Tetsu Inoue)
1995
4.00 | 1 ratings
62 Eulengasse (with Tetsu Inoue)
1995
3.00 | 1 ratings
Koolfang: Jambient (with Dave Moufang)
1995
2.00 | 1 ratings
Seasons Greetings: Summer
1995
4.00 | 2 ratings
Psychonavigation 2 (with Bill Laswell)
1995
2.00 | 1 ratings
Koolfang II: Gig in the Sky (with Dave Moufang)
1995
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Jet Chamber (with Atom Heart)
1995
4.00 | 1 ratings
From Within 2 (with Richie Hawtin)
1995
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Wechselspannung 2 (with Jonah Sharp)
1995
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The Putney II (with Ludwig Rehberg)
1995
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Kooler (with Robert Sattler)
1995
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A New Consciousness 2 (with Charles Uzzell-Edwards)
1995
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Dreamfish 2 (with Mixmaster Morris)
1995
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Jet Chamber II (with Atom Heart)
1996
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Amp (with Dandy Jack)
1996
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Sultan (with Burhan Öçal)
1996
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Elektro (with Robert Görl)
1996
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Ozoona (with Rob Gordon)
1996
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Create 2 (with Charles Uzzell-Edwards)
1996
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Atom
1996
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2350 Broadway 3 (with Tetsu Inoue)
1996
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Outland 2 (with Bill Laswell)
1996
3.00 | 2 ratings
Shades Of Orion 3 (with Tetsu Inoue)
1996
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Air 3
1996
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Electronic Music Center
1996
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Exploring The Psychedelic Landscape (with Move D)
1996
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Time² (with Tetsu Inoue)
1996
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Psychonavigation 3 (with Bill Laswell)
1997
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Jet Chamber III (with Atom Heart)
1997
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From Within 3 (with Richie Hawtin)
1997
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Amp II: Red Stripes On a White Wall (with Dandy Jack)
1997
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S.H.A.D.O. (with Higher Intelligence Agency)
1997
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Elektro II (with Robert Görl)
1997
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Pete Namlook / Hubertus Held (with Hubertus Held)
1997
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Silence III
1998
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Jet Chamber IV (with Atom Heart)
1998
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Silent Music (with Dandy Jack)
1998
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Sultan Osman ( with Burhan Öçal)
1998
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Planetarium (with New Composers)
1998
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Miles Apart (with Peter Prochir)
1998
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Polytime (with Karl Berger)
1998
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Namlook XIII - Licensed To Chill
1998
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Outland 3 (with Bill Laswell)
1998
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Virtual Vices (with Wolfram Spyra)
1998
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4Voice II
1998
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III: The Retro Rocket (with Move D)
1998
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Namlook XV - Free Your Mind
1999
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Silence IV
1999
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Air 4 - Elle a du shell
1999
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Namlook XIV - Solarized
1999
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Psychonavigation 4 (with Bill Laswell)
1999
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S.H.A.D.O. 2 (with Higher Intelligence Agency)
1999
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Planetarium 2 (with New Composers)
1999
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Jet Chamber V (with Atom Heart)
2000
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Adlernebel (with DJ Dag)
2000
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Possible Gardens (with Peter Prochir)
2000
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Outland 4 (with Bill Laswell)
2000
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IV: The Audiolounge (with Move D)
2000
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Virtual Vices II (with Wolfram Spyra)
2000
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4Voice III
2000
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Namlook XVI - New Organic Life
2001
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Silence V
2001
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V: Wired (with Move D)
2001
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Namlook XVII - New Organic Life II
2001
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Virtual Vices III (with Wolfram DER Spyra)
2001
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Psychonavigation 5 (with Bill Laswell)
2002
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Syn II
2002
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VII: Home Shopping (with Move D)
2002
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Virtual Vices IV (with Wolfram Spyra)
2002
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Namlook XVIII - New Organic Life III
2002
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Namlook XIX - Music For Urban Meditation
2004
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Sultan Orhan (with Burhan Öçal)
2004
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Pp. Nmlk (with Jochem Paap)
2004
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Russian Spring (with New Composers)
2005
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Koolfang III: Be Aware (with Dave Moufang)
2005
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VIII: The Art Of Love (with Move D)
2005
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IX: Wagons-lits (with Move D)
2005
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X: Let the Circle Not Be Broken (with Move D)
2006
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Virtual Vices V (with Wolfram Spyra)
2006
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XI: Sons of Kraut (with Move D)
2006
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XII: Space & Time (with Move D)
2006
3.95 | 3 ratings
Air V - Jeux Dangereux
2006
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Re:sonate (with Gaudi)
2006
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XIII: Raumland Exploration (with Move D)
2007
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XIV: Raumland Montage (with Move D)
2007
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XV: Raumland Sphäre (with Move D)
2007
4.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook XXI - Subconscious Worlds
2007
3.91 | 2 ratings
2350 Broadway 4 (with Tetsu Inoue)
2007
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Outland 5 (with Bill Laswell)
2007
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Namlook XX - Music For Urban Meditation II
2007
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Virtual Vices VI (with Wolfram Spyra)
2008
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XVI: Travelling the Silk Route (with Move D)
2008
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XVII: There! (with Move D)
2008
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XVIII: Sexoid (with Move D)
2008
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XIX: Dawning of a New Decade (with Move D)
2009
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XX: Taygete (with Move D)
2009
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Namlook / Le Mar (with Gabriel Le Mar)
2009
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Namlook XXII - Music for Urban Meditation III
2009
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Namlook XXIII - Pearl
2009
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Namlook XXIV - Pearl II
2010
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Namlook XXIV - Pearl III
2010
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Namlook XXV - Permutations
2010
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Labyrinth (with Lorenzo Montanà)
2010
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XXI: Stranger I (with Move D)
2010
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XXII: Stranger II (with Move D)
2010
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XXIII: Stranger III (with Move D)
2010
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Labyrinth 2 (with Lorenzo Montanà)
2011
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Elektronik (with Material Object)
2011
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Labyrinth 3 (with Lorenzo Montanà)
2011
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Labyrinth 4 (with Lorenzo Montanà)
2011
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Namlook XXVI - Pearl IV
2011
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Elektronik II (with Material Object)
2012
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Namlook XXVI - Music For Urban Meditation IV
2012

PETE NAMLOOK Live Albums (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

4.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook - Live At XS
1993
4.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook II
1993
3.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook III - Aliens In My Suitcase
1994
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Namlook IV - Live In San Francisco
1994
2.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook V - Live At Wembley, London
1994
2.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook VI - Live At Cubix, Switzerland
1994
3.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook VII - Live at Interference Festival / Love Parade-Berlin
1994
2.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook VIII + IX - Live At Melweg, Amsterdam & Fuse, Brussels
1994
3.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook X - Live at "Global Warming" - Ft. Lauderdale/Florida
1995
3.00 | 1 ratings
Namlook XI
1996
2.00 | 1 ratings
A Day In The Live! (with Move D)
1997
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Namlook XII
1997
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VI: Live At Heildelberg 2001 (with Move D)
2001

PETE NAMLOOK Videos (DVD, Blu-ray, VHS etc)

PETE NAMLOOK Boxset & Compilations (CD, LP, MC, SACD, DVD-A, Digital Media Download)

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The Namlook Collection I
2003
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The Four Seasons Collection
2006
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The Air Collection
2007

PETE NAMLOOK Official Singles, EPs, Fan Club & Promo (CD, EP/LP, MC, Digital Media Download)

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Atom [EP]
1996
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S.H.A.D.O. [EP] (with Higher Intelligence Agency)
1997
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Pete Namlook / Hubertus Held [EP] (with Hubertus Held)
1997
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The Space Driver [EP] (Pete Namlook vs. Marc Romboy)
1999
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Subharmonic Atoms [EP]
2008

PETE NAMLOOK Reviews


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 Psychonavigation 2 (with Bill Laswell) by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 1995
4.00 | 2 ratings

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Psychonavigation 2 (with Bill Laswell)
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt

4 stars Bill Laswell meets Pete Namlook again in one of the 2 ongoing projects they are involved in.

This, the 2nd in this series (1995) , belongs to the musical project which goes by the name of ¨Psychonavigations¨. The other series musical project goes by the name of "Outland". They differ accorrdingly to two simple focuses. "Psychonavigations" are founded on variety of songs not necessarily connected or conceptual, as opposed to the "Outland" series, which consist of long-timed musical structures tied usually, song-writing wise, to a musical idea or concept.

Ok! Enough class for today to where it matters! In my humble opinion, Pete Namlook is always at his best, when involved in multiple musicians albums (and he has a lot, with all kinds of prog/electronic "notables"). In collaborations he relieves himself of the "burden" of carrying single-handedly his musical ambitions and ideas, in favor of a more relaxed and unburdened performer/composer role.

On the other hand Bill Laswell is a fu...ng musical genius! ...Wherever you find him, he never loses the chance to prove his best. I have not yet encountered a bad or mediocre Bill Laswell record, and he has many. (His solo works or HE, in fact, are missing here in PA! )

Now imagine this low-keyed and bombastic collaboration of music/noise/sounds, going through a metamorphical and electronic-psychedelic trip, through different environments, atmospheres and musical languages in each one of these 5 "songs".

And to set the ship on course, the addition of 3 more electronic musicians. Pure electronic music bliss!

****4 PA stars. (easy!)

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 Namlook XXI - Subconscious Worlds by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 2007
4.00 | 1 ratings

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Namlook XXI - Subconscious Worlds
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt

— First review of this album —
4 stars A very complicated ground "electronic-prog" is. Too many monuments casting their shadows over the whole terrain. Synths "sounds" on the long run; are replicable; no matter your programming and modulation of waves skills; they all have an "universal tone". That is why they are known as "instruments". SO...to stand outside those impossing "shadows" you got to have your way with musical composition and creativity. Pete Namlook does it in this work; but the "sly" way. He adopts this "shadows" to his own purpose AND plays on top of them with; lets say more contemporary electronic touches. (Dancefloor-Tactics). Being that almost all Electronic/Prog gods are so entangled with these tactics; he outstands because he has a better understanding of these directions. He is by far better related to this orientation; so; he in return shows this gods some new tricks. AND the best of this work is its "Timing" . On "Subconscious Worlds" he does not remain or gets caught by an specific direction. He stays there long enough to make it creative and then moves on to a different electronic idiom. So this is the precious value of this project; it lasts enough "time-wise" and retain the whole work as a single concept. Adding to that; the greatly composed riffs that grab you to its "Subconscious Worlds" world. ****4-"Highly recommendable work; in a very tough terrain" Stars

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 2350 Broadway 4 (with Tetsu Inoue) by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 2007
3.91 | 2 ratings

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2350 Broadway 4 (with Tetsu Inoue)
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by PhilPDX

4 stars If you are familiar with previous collaborations between Tetsu Inoue and the late Pete Namlook, this is more of the same, perhaps even a bit better. Pete may be gone, but his music lives on for us to enjoy. While previous albums in the series included extremely long- form minimal ambient works, often taking up a full disc or even two, this 4th and final addition to the 2350 Broadway canon is much more concise, delivering its musical goods in 6 bite- sized chunks ranging from 7-12 minutes in length. While I sometimes enjoy chilling for an hour-plus ambient journey from Namlook and Inoue, this fills the bill perfectly for those with shorter attention spans, or for times when you need a quick fix of subtle ambience imbued with the touches these two are known for. Highly recommended and a fitting finish to yet another excellent series from the FAX label.

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 Shades Of Orion 2 (with Tetsu Inoue) by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 1995
3.03 | 3 ratings

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Shades Of Orion 2 (with Tetsu Inoue)
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by Conor Fynes
Prog Reviewer

3 stars 'Shades of Orion II' - Pete Namlook & Tetsu Inoue (6/10)

Pete Namlook is an influential figure in electronica, although taking into consideration that its a style of music I have not yet dove into, it's understandable why I may not have heard his work before this. In collaboration with Japanese ambient composer Tetsu Inoue, he created the 'Shades of Orion' series, a trilogy that would see his music retreat from its house- oriented leanings into the depths of cosmic space. 'Shades of Orion II' is not so much a development from the first in the series as it is a continuation of it; pursuing the same avenue of total ambiance. Granted, at over an hour, Namlook and Inoue's space collaboration overstays its welcome, but there is a subtle sense of composition to this work that sets it aside from being merely quiet noise.

'Shades of Orion II' is a continuous, 71 minute exploration of sound which seeks to mimic what it must be like being alone in space, light years away from sunlight or the latest Top 40 pop single. As one might expect from the 'space music' label, 'Shades of Orion' is an incredibly sparse sounding recording, void of melody and hooks of any kind. Even structure feels alien to this music; when subtle changes occur once every few minutes, it's difficult to discern some sense of composition or writing in what this duo have done. There are recurring ideas in the textures, but the way this music is meant to be appreciated is by laying down and simply letting yourself drift off into it. A listening experience on autopilot, if you will.

The sounds here revolve around spacey 'beeps' and the sort of chatter that cosmic entities might have with one another. Although the sounds may be completely benign, they lend a vast atmosphere that makes it an easy album to get lost in. Although very little may be said about composition on 'Shades of Orion II', it makes for a subdued thrill when a new sound actually does show up in the mix, although these changes are painfully few and far between. At seventy one minutes long, this is not an album to sit down and focus in on without pause. Under best conditions, it's an album best listened to someplace dark, with a comfortable bed, and impending sleep preferable. For its style and what it aims to accomplish, 'Shades of Orion II' is an incredibly atmospheric chill-out, although anyone looking for an even slightly eventful musical experience might find themselves bored to death.

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 Limelight (with DJ Brainwave) by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 1993
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Limelight (with DJ Brainwave)
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by Bonnek
Special Collaborator Prog Metal Team

— First review of this album —
3 stars Limelight is one of Namlook's early albums, a collaboration with a DJ and that clearly shows in the upfront techno/club beats on most of the material. So this music will annoy the hell out of most prog electronic fans, but if you'd agree with me that 'dance' was one of the most creative and thriving scenes of the 90s then this album might attract you.

Namlook has a tendency to loose himself in hour-long ambient minimalism, but not here. DJ Brainwave's beats and bass lines demand a more focused approach and it pays off. It's great to hear Namlook spinning his lush and dreamy ambient textures on top of Brainwave's techno. The effect is very trancey, varying between chill-out and more energizing house. It somehow resembles Underworld, but this is still a pure underground dance record, without the vocals and songwriting approach that allowed Underworld to cross over to the mainstream.

Probably not a groundbreaking album in its scene but sure one that show a successful interaction between two disciplines in electronic music, those of the house-beat mixing DJ and the improvising kosmonaut. Great album. If you dig the house-thing of course.

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 Hearts of Space (with Pascal F.E.O.S.) by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 1992
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Hearts of Space (with Pascal F.E.O.S.)
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by Bonnek
Special Collaborator Prog Metal Team

— First review of this album —
2 stars Namlook's discography is huge and intimidating, and because it covers a lot of different styles, your discovery of this artist might be a bit of a bumpy ride. Luckily it comes with a key to crack the code! Many of the releases on Namlook's Fax label come with album art consisting of 2 spheres, each with its own color. The biggest sphere indicates the main style, the smaller sphere the secondary style. Unfortunately, the meaning of each color can differ depending on the specific project/series.

So, before I get entirely tangled up in this maze I'll just let my ears do the talking, and what I hear on this album is a mix of trance, ambient and house. There are a couple of tracks without beats, and those betray Namlook's fascination for Tangerine Dream's 70s work. For example '70's Beauty' and 'Sensuality' are short moody pieces that would fit seamlessly on TD's 'Force Majeure'.

But 70's fans will be in for a shock with the second track, its 'numbing' 4/4 house beat will provoke immediate revulsion. And it will only get worse once the simple minimalistic melody joins after one minute. You got it, this is the kind of stuff you could hear in clubs in the 90's.

The cause of the dual nature of this album is of course that this is one of the cooperations that Namlook did with DJs in 1993. Frankly, I find it hard to spot Namlook's contribution in the techno material, which is my major gripe with this release. The quality of the techno tracks is also very uneven. 'Drawn to The Thrill' and 'Supervision' stand out but the remainder is fairly unremarkable.

Prog fans and lovers of Prog Electronic are well-advised to stat miles away from this album. It's a trance/techno/house album, that should be warning enough. It isn't a bad release though, just a bit average generally. Namlook has better techno projects.

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 Shades Of Orion 3 (with Tetsu Inoue) by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 1996
3.00 | 2 ratings

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Shades Of Orion 3 (with Tetsu Inoue)
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by colorofmoney91
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Shades of Orion 3 is, of course, the third installment of the Shades of Orion collection, which is a collaboration between Pete Namlook and Tetsu Inoue, and like the last two installments this is an ambient album. Fortunately, the ambience on this album is far better than on the last two. Shades of Orion 3 progresses more thoroughly and has more interesting elements thrown on top of the ambience to make paying attention to the soundscape much easier and exciting, whereas the previous two just droned until it ended.

"Betelgeuzian Ritual" is the oddball track on this album, and sounds like a more straight forward version of anything by Autechre. Spacey, but with a fast and near-abstract beat. It's a good track, but I personally don't feel it is a good introductory track to an album that is so calm. It's deceptive, but luckily, it's short.

"Stranded On Rigel 3" is almost 40 minutes long, and is one long airy drone. To keep this track of interest to the listener, though, there is another Autechre type beat section that fills the second/fourth of the track at about 9 minutes in to 17 minutes. It's directed more towards the background, as the airy textures and spacey sound elements take the front, making it sound less like dance music and more like speedy space travel. The rest of this track is the steady, loud, and airy cosmic drone that the last album in this series consisted of entirely, of course accentuated by the intergalactic sounds of stars and life-forms communicating, with the occasional buzzscape appearing.

"Inouecent And Sirius" is a track of resonances coupled with disembodied and echoed voiced. Again, very airy and is mostly a constant drone, but there is more empty space left for the imagination to fill. The buzz of a black hole's gravitational pull appears frequently, and helps to pull the listener into this dark spot before sending them adrift randomly into a spacey void, ending the album on a note of mystery.

Shades of Orion 3 isn't as good as the first installment, but is much better than the second. Though the largely-ambient soundscapes on this album do happen to be more captivating than those on the previous installments, they still tend to drift a bit into pointlessness. The second track on this album, most of all, is too long for its own good. If you've listened to the previous installments and want more of what is basically the same, then this is the next logical step.

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 Shades Of Orion 2 (with Tetsu Inoue) by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 1995
3.03 | 3 ratings

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Shades Of Orion 2 (with Tetsu Inoue)
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by colorofmoney91
Prog Reviewer

3 stars Shades of Orion 2 is the second installment of the collaboration between Pete Namlook and Tetsu Inoue under the project name Shades of Orion. Like the previous album in this series with Tetsu Inoue, this album is also ambient at large. Actually, Shades of Orion 2 is just one constant drone that goes on for over 70 minutes, packed full of resonances, spacey atmospheric sounds, cosmic waves sounds, sounds of communicating satellites, and the occasional bass-like boom of a distant star imploding in on itself to create a black hole.

Unlike the last installment, this album has no elements of trance, which I was actually hoping for this time 'round - being quite long and purely ambient, this album overstayed its welcome. Shades of Orion 2 is definitely a pleasant album to enhance anyone's cosmic dreamscape, but is uneventful and not progressive enough to be replayed more than only on occasion. Beautiful, deep, airy, only slightly boring.

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 Shades Of Orion (with Tetsu Inoue) by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 1993
3.91 | 2 ratings

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Shades Of Orion (with Tetsu Inoue)
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by colorofmoney91
Prog Reviewer

4 stars Shades of Orion, the first in the series, is a trance and ambient influenced collaboration album between Pete Namlook and Tetsu Inoue. This album is basically split up into two halfs: tracks "Biotrip" and "Did You Ever Retire a Human..." are trance, and tracks "Shades of Orion" and "Liquid Shade" are ambient.

Most of the ambient-type albums I listen to become boring very easily, only after the first few minutes of a track, but the ambience on Shade Of Orion is very engaging. The title-track and "Liquid Shade" are both similar to each other: airy, dark, full of beautiful resonances, cosmic sounds circling the listener, synthesized noises of possible life hidden in the shades of a far- off planet. They're very slow moving and focus entirely on floating, spacey atmosphere, which is a good contrast against the other two tracks.

"Biotrip" is calm and only slightly less ambient than "Shades of Orion", featuring a synthesized melody in the bass register that echoes over and over until it is accompanied by a looped beat. The constant groove made by the bassy beat is completely full of spacey sounds and resonances from the ambient tracks, except set at a mid-paced tempo. "Did You Ever Retire a Human..." is similar, but sped up slightly more and seems like much more of a "night club" type of track, featuring another constant bassy groove and insisting beat. The same spacey synths and cosmic sounds as before fly in and out of the soundscape.

Shades of Orion wasn't a revolutionary listen by any means, and I'm not a huge fan of mixing dance with ambient (it kind of defeats the purpose of each genre), but it was overall enjoyable. If there were ever dance-ambient crossover album, this is it. Very good for waking up in the morning, not so much for going to sleep.

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 Re:sonate (with Gaudi) by NAMLOOK, PETE album cover Studio Album, 2006
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Re:sonate (with Gaudi)
Pete Namlook Progressive Electronic

Review by colorofmoney91
Prog Reviewer

— First review of this album —
4 stars Re:Sonate is a collaboration between the super-prolific Pete Namlook and Gaudi, a man whose name I've never heard before. Judging from the album cover, I had to assume that this album was going to be a mixture of Namlook's ambient cosmic style with Jamaican dub, a genre I've never cared for - it seemed like it would be a good listen. Fortunately, I was right. This album is a banger.

"The 7th Spirit" moves along at a very steady, slow tempo drenched in Namlook's dreamy cosmic ambience with slight accentuations that fade in and out, all backed by an easy and bassy Jamaican dub groove with ethnic percussion. Not much progression, but it is very relaxing and it sounds really "cool".

"NAFK" begins with witchdoctor speech, but sounds German. Besides ethnic percussion and the spoken word segments, this track is purely an affair of airy drones that wave slowly throughout.

"The Sun Won't Set" is another solid Jamaican dub groove with a nice bass line and great ethnic percussion, but this track is more upbeat than the first - about mid-tempo. Also, like the first track, Namlook's cosmic atmosphere sound effects and experimental drones fill the groove nicely, and some light piano playing gives this track a little bit of variety against the first.

I honestly wasn't expecting much from this, giving that I've never heard of Gaudi and that Namlook's discography is massive, but this really was a great listen. I've never been into dub at all, but perhaps this will serve as a good crossover for me. I'd highly recommend this very unique, atmospheric album.

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