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The Shamen - En-Tact flac album
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The Shamen - En-Tact flac album

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Album:
En-Tact
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Style:
Techno, Synth-pop
MP3 archive size:
1778 mb
FLAC archive size:
1822 mb
Other formats:
WAV AAC APE DXD ASF AUD MIDI
Rating:
4.6
Votes:
564

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Human NRG
Mixed By – Colin Shamen*, Mark Angelo*
3:23
2 Progen (Land Of Oz)
Mixed By – Paul OakenfoldRap – Mr C*
4:07
3 Possible Worlds
Mixed By – Colin Shamen*, Ian Tregoning
3:45
4 Omega Amigo
Mixed By – Steve Osbourne*
4:45
5 Hyperreal
Mixed By – Colin Shamen*, Ian TregoningVocals – Plavka
4:32
6 Lightspan
Mixed By – Irresistible Force*, Will Sin
5:48
7 Make It Mine V2.5
Acoustic Bass – Adrian HolderMixed By – Evil Ed Richards*Rap – Rhyme & Reason
3:57
8 Oxygen Restriction
Mixed By – Evil Ed Richards*
3:48
9 Evil Is Even
Bass – Jah WobbleDidgeridoo – Darren MillhouseMixed By – Mark Angelo*, Will Sin
13:16
10 Human NRG (Massey)
Mixed By – Graham Massey
4:37
11 Make It Mine V1.3 (Pirate Radio)
Mixed By – Colin Shamen*, Ian Tregoning
4:54
12 Oxygen Reprise V2.0
Mixed By – Evil Ed Richards*
5:19
13 Hear Me O My People (Orbital - Delays Expected)
Mixed By – Ian Tregoning, OrbitalVocals – Boesak
7:24

Credits

  • Cgi Artist [Slide] – Jonathan Scott
  • Design – Me Company
  • Edited By – Mads Bjerke, Shamen*
  • Engineer – Brian Pugsley, Ian Tregoning, Mark Angelo*, Steve Osbourne*
  • Photography By [Shamen Picture] – Mark Cairns
  • Producer – Shamen*
  • Technician [Technix & Source Scan] – MrMr Mann*, Mixmaster Morris, Stika
  • Written-By – Angus* (tracks: 1 to 5, 7, 8, 10 to 13), Fitzhugh* (tracks: 7), Blackmore* (tracks: 7), West* (tracks: 2), Shamen*, Sin* (tracks: 6, 9)

Notes

Studios - The Workhouse, Mark Angelo, Orinoco, The Strongroom.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 016958 008727
  • Matrix / Runout: TPLP CD 22 MPO 04 @

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
D 30713, D30713 The Shamen En-Tact ‎(CD, Album) Liberation Records, One Little Indian D 30713, D30713 Australia 1992
TPLP22 The Shamen En-Tact ‎(LP, Album) One Little Indian TPLP22 UK 1990
none The Shamen En-Tact ‎(LP, Promo, W/Lbl) Not On Label none UK 1990
RTD 130.1195.2, RTD 130.1195.2 40 The Shamen En-Tact ‎(CD, Album) Rough Trade, Rough Trade RTD 130.1195.2, RTD 130.1195.2 40 Germany 1990
EK 48722, 48722 The Shamen En-Tact ‎(CD, Album) Epic, Epic EK 48722, 48722 Canada 1991


Amazing album from the early Shamen some brilliant diverse electronica, minus MR C the prancing prize twat who later joined the band and wrecked it putting cheesy raps on every tune. The original 1990 release with the original unmixed Human NRG is the best with black cover and silver writing, not the remixed later 91 pop version. They should release the original 1990 black cover LP on 180G. Brilliant album and way ahead of the curve. Classic great sleeve artwork too. Reply See 2 replies Notify me 1 Helpful. The fact that "En-Tact" was rereleased with the addition of Mr. C's yammering indicates it further. En-Tact" is a brilliant release, but only if you can find the original presented above. Reply Notify me 2 Helpful.

The Shamen (/ˈʃeɪmɛn/, SHAY-men) were a Scottish electronic dance music band, formed in 1986 in Aberdeen. The founding members are Colin Angus (born 24 August 1961), Derek McKenzie (born 27 February 1964) and Keith McKenzie (born 30 August 1961). Peter Stephenson (born 1 March 1962) joined shortly after to take over on keyboards from Angus. Several other people were later in the band. Angus then teamed up with Will Sinnott, and together they found credibility as pioneers of rock/dance crossover.

By: The Shamen (1990, Electronic). More albums from The Shamen: Different Drum by The Shamen. Strange Day Dreams by The Shamen. Phorward by The Shamen. Hempton Manor by The Shamen. In Gorbachev We Trust by The Shamen. View all albums . En-Tact. By: The Shamen (1990, Electronic).

En-Tact - Студийный альбом от The Shamen. В альбом вошло 39 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 03:03:38. The Shamen - Oxygen Restriction (Indie Top 20 Volume XI) 1991. The Shamen-Heal The Separation (PM Dawn Alt Lead Mix). The Shamen - Serpent. Aruk Live @ Equinox Festival (Aruk-The Way Of The Shamen). The Shamen Hear Me. Next.

En-Tact is an album by The Shamen, released in 1990. It was the first Shamen album to feature Mr C, and the last to feature Will Sinnott (who died on 23 May 1991). It fused the band's past psychedelic rock sounds with the rave act it became, developing a style that represented multicultural dance music. The album was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. The version of En-tact released in the .

Originating in the British rave scene, the vocal-dance sensationalism of The Shamen was evident while being feverishly pumped from the DJ booths of early techno pioneers. Finding critical acclaim among the substantive corps of dance culture, they released En-Tact, their first major-label offering. Crossing electronic currents, the tracks come off hard with trance beats, soul stylings, rap-attack incantations, vocal duels, and snarling tones. Relying on the wired sounds of drum machines and sequencers, the rhythmic pulses push sound systems to their limit.

This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 110/179 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at BPM, ends at 120BPM (+120), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Shamen.

  • Amazing album from the early Shamen some brilliant diverse electronica, minus MR C the prancing prize twat who later joined the band and wrecked it putting cheesy raps on every tune. The original 1990 release with the original unmixed Human NRG is the best with black cover and silver writing, not the remixed later 91 pop version. They should release the original 1990 black cover LP on 180G Brilliant album and way ahead of the curve. Classic great sleeve artwork too

  • In plus, the 180 copy is a pure shit. I mean the cover is just a gloss cover with the original sleeve but nothing exceptional. I have bought it as a huge Shamen supporter but i was really unhappy with my purchase and i just think OLI wants to make some more money on the name of The Shamen. For the price, they should have made the effort to make something different.

  • Very true on the 90' release and I agree 101% on the douche rapper C guy. I've owned my brit copy now for almost 27 years and never get tired of it. Just picked up the original double UK lp after a long wait, but got a super clean, quiet copy for US $6.75. Worth every penny.No need for the 180g if you can find a good copy.

  • The real shame here is that there are at least 3 different version of this release and neither of the two originals are truly seminal/definitive. Avoid any of the commercial rereleases and the later 2008 vinyl rme, actually the 1991 CD, "naughty naughty very Naughty".>as noted by Restless (10/4/2014) the album stands against the great albums of 1990, partly through the combined efforts of its cast list; some established names and some who were to become household names (or nearly).get the original 2*LP, the first CD or if you are brave track down a cassette for a proper 90's rave revival! sorted

  • Yes indeed, great seminal album which contributed to convert a lot of indie people (including your servitor) to the joys of ecstatic dancefloor marathon, together with LFO, KLF, 808State, Orbital, The Orb, Primal Scream, FSOL, the "Keeping The Faith" comp and many others. Although its content has allegedly aged today, it still benefits the inherent nostalgia factor ("Hyperreal", "Omega Amigo", "Possible Worlds", "Oxygen Restriction"...). And then there is the absolute gem, that wasn't a standout tune at the time and was never released as a full-side 12inch, i'm talking about "Hear Me O My People (Orbital - Delays Expected)", an early trancey stomper with subtly echoing dubby 4/4 beats over dramatic pads, and a spoken voice speech sampled from a south-african anti-apartheid preacher ; which combines the Shamen's indierave vibe with an early Orbital at their trippy peak and imo reaches perfection in an underground crossover position due to its relatively low BPM status, making it suitable in indie, balearic, cosmic but also deep house and early trance approaches. A tune that sends you straight in the particular timeline of a very smiling and utopist 1990, and still absolutely droppable to this day as an ideal set opener or closer.

  • Lots of great observations by others on this Lp, and rightly so because The Shamen have such a long and varied history. Entact is my favorite album by them, I know their early albums and not the bubblegum-raver pop that came later, as in latter years they seem to have gravitated to a much more pop/commercial /stadium rave/ neo club dance music scene and the passionate/innovative style of their early works diminished. Entact is a effortlessly cohesive blend of electro,techno,industrial, and synthpop, very exciting at the time (1990), but still amazing even now. Even their fashion outfits are super cool in their 'Move any mountain' video, check it out.

  • I honestly feel the soul of The Shamen was lost with Will Sin's drowning. The fact that "En-Tact" was rereleased with the addition of Mr. C's yammering indicates it further. "En-Tact" is a brilliant release, but only if you can find the original presented above.

  • a truly great LP/CD, even if you had never heard a peep from then again after this record it would still be fantastic. A totally varied and interesting listen all the way through, another classic from the good old early 90's!