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Gas - Box mp3 download
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Gas - Box mp3 download

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Album:
Box
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Released:
Style:
Modern Classical, Techno, Ambient
MP3 archive size:
1975 mb
FLAC archive size:
1896 mb
WMA archive size:
1244 mb
Other formats:
FLAC APE MOD AC3 WMA VOX DXD
Rating:
4.4
Votes:
433
Gas - Box mp3 download

Tracklist

LP1: Zauberberg
LP1-A Zauberberg 1 11:42
LP1-B Zauberberg 2 14:12
LP1-C Zauberberg 3 14:29
LP1-D1 Zauberberg 4 5:54
LP1-D2 Zauberberg 5 7:57
LP1-E Zauberberg 6 10:59
LP1-F Zauberberg 7 11:59
LP2: Königsforst
LP2-A Königsforst 1 9:38
LP2-B Königsforst 2 13:56
LP2-C1 Königsforst 3 8:58
LP2-C2 Königsforst 4 6:30
LP2-D Königsforst 5 15:13
LP2-E Königsforst 6 10:19
LP2-F1 Königsforst 7 6:18
LP2-F2 Königsforst 8 7:11
LP3: Pop
LP3-A1 Pop 1 5:12
LP3-A2 Pop 2 8:33
LP3-B Pop 3 11:01
LP3-C Pop 4 9:51
LP3-D Pop 5 10:47
LP3-E Pop 6 9:18
LP3-F Pop 7 14:36
LP4: Oktember
LP4-A Tal 90 11:46
LP4-B Oktember 15:15
CD1: Zauberberg
CD1-1 Zauberberg 1 11:45
CD1-2 Zauberberg 2 14:15
CD1-3 Zauberberg 3 14:31
CD1-4 Zauberberg 4 5:56
CD1-5 Zauberberg 5 8:00
CD1-6 Zauberberg 6 11:02
CD1-7 Zauberberg 7 11:59
CD2: Königsforst
CD2-1 Königsforst 1 9:40
CD2-2 Königsforst 2 13:58
CD2-3 Königsforst 3 9:00
CD2-4 Königsforst 4 6:32
CD2-5 Königsforst 5 15:15
CD2-6 Königsforst 6 10:21
CD2-7 Königsforst 7 6:20
CD2-8 Königsforst 8 7:11
CD3: Pop
CD3-1 Pop 1 5:14
CD3-2 Pop 2 8:35
CD3-3 Pop 3 11:03
CD3-4 Pop 4 9:54
CD3-5 Pop 5 10:49
CD3-6 Pop 6 9:20
CD3-7 Pop 7 14:36
CD4: Oktember
CD4-1 Tal 90 11:48
CD4-2 Oktember 15:14

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Kompakt Distribution
  • Lacquer Cut At – SST Brüggemann GmbH
  • Pressed By – MPO

Credits

  • Lacquer Cut By – Kr*
  • Written-By, Producer, Concept By – Wolfgang Voigt

Notes

"Musikonzept: Wolfgang Voigt für Blei."

Includes art book which has the distinct catalog number "KOM 370.5".

GAS logo on the cover sleeves are embossed.
Records come in glossy black paper sleeves with GAS logo printed on both sides.
CDs are packaged in the art book.

Königsforst 7 and 8 are previously vinyl-only tracks A1 and D1 in Gas - Königsforst.
Tal 90 previously released in Various - Pop Ambient 2002.
Oktember corresponds to Side B of Gas - Oktember.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 80319 81823 3
  • Barcode: 8 80319 81833 2
  • Barcode: 8 80319 81843 1
  • Barcode: 8 80319 81851 6
  • Barcode: 8 80319 81962 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP1, Side A): KOM 370.1 A MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP1, Side B): KOM 370.1 B Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP1, Side C): KOM 370.1 C Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP1, Side D): KOM 370.1 D MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP1, Side E): KOM 370.1 E MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP1, Side F): KOM 370.1 F Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP2, Side A): KOM 370.2 A MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP2, Side B): KOM 370.2 B Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP2, Side C): KOM 370.2 C Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP2, Side D): KOM 370.2 D MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP2, Side E): KOM 370.2 E Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP2, Side F): KOM 370.2 F MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP3, Side A): KOM 370.3 A Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP3, Side B): KOM 370.3 B MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP3, Side C): KOM 370.3 C MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP3, Side D): KOM 370.3 D MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP3, Side E): KOM 370.3 E MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP3, Side F): KOM 370.3 F Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP4, Side A): KOM 370.4 A Kr SST MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout LP4, Side B): KOM 370.4 B MPO Kr SST
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): CA KOM370-1CD @@
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): IFPI 1286
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LY88
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): CA KOM370-2CD @@
  • Mould SID Code (CD2): IFPI 1262
  • Mastering SID Code (CD2): IFPI LY88
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): CA KOM370-3CD @@
  • Mould SID Code (CD3): IFPI 1270
  • Mastering SID Code (CD3): IFPI LY88
  • Matrix / Runout (CD4): CA KOM370-4CD @@
  • Mould SID Code (CD4): IFPI 1263
  • Mastering SID Code (CD4): IFPI LY88
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 12012
  • Other (LP1 Category): KOM 370.1
  • Other (LP2 Category): KOM 370.2
  • Other (LP3 Category): KOM 370.3
  • Other (LP4 Category): KOM 370.4
  • Other (CD1 Category): KOM 370.1 CD
  • Other (CD2 Category): KOM 370.2 CD
  • Other (CD3 Category): KOM 370.3 CD
  • Other (CD4 Category): KOM 370.4 CD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KOMPAKT 370.5 Gas Box ‎(24xFile, MP3, Comp, Promo) Kompakt KOMPAKT 370.5 Germany 2016


  • When I asked about getting a replacement for my poorly pressed copy of Königforst from the Box, Kompakt let me know individual releases of the 3xLP albums will be coming next year.

  • Does anyone else's Box smell a bit funny? Or is it just me?

  • Wonderful experience hearing these on vinyl - depth of sound is amazing. Aside from a couple of loud (unintentional) pops on Oktember it all sounds clean and open. Packaging is okay - Good, sturdy, attractive box. The art book is a bit of a let down unfortunately and I would agree that - despite being nicely bound and well presented - the art work itself is nothing special with the images appearing to be rendered using a basic watercolour/impressionistic Photoshop filter. It would have been better to have had something more akin to the music - in fact the original photographs would have been an improvement, with perhaps some subtle layers/digital manipulation - a mixture of hand rendered and digital. With regards to sleeves: I changed mine to poly-lined option as I was concerned that the vinyl would get scuffed using those supplied (not great) In summary: Recommended despite flaws - for the quality of sounds alone. 9/10 for pressing quality, 7/10 for packaging etc.

  • Hearing these albums on vinyl, cranked up on headphones, reveals so much I’ve never heard. Unreal. 10/10

  • Now I've had the proper time to absorb these albums I can say that it's a 10/10 for me. Not saying much as I already have a 10/10 for the originals. But, after numerous listens the Gas Box offers new sometimes hidden moments to classic tracks heard hundreds of times. Just sublime beautiful music. About the packaging: the box itself is ok. Heavy cardboard covered in a texture (tho, it's easy to get dirty). The album sleeves are ok. I have the originals and have compared them. I assume since it's been years since they came out the originals are of lower quality. Hence some of the "photoshop blurring". Understandable. The black inner sleeves are pretty lame. They easily attract finger prints and look cheep. They should have just used professional black sleeves with poly lining. The label stickers are also lame. They should have A, B, C etc...on them like Narkopop and they should be in color! Kompakt saving a buck in the end. The "art" book had potential but utterly fails. The book looks cheap and the photos are so filtered with that boring photoshop crap it's old after page one. The Pop Ambinet covers are a million times better and they aren't that cool. Over all I'm happy to have. I don't play the originals anymore and now have a complete set with longer takes. Music: A+. Art: C

  • Both sound great, just did a side by side. I'm using a Ortofon Archiv stylus and Yamaha monitors. Low end is excellent on both. High end seems alittle clearer to me on Gas Box. Hard to completely tell. Also, the track arrangements are different as well as the edits. For example, on Konigs the tracks are called Untitled and on Gas Box they are called Konigs 1 - etc...Seems to me that if you can find copies / afford it, I would get both.

  • Thanks for your review of the package.Someone stated that the sound quality of "Köningsfort" was lower here than on the original pressing. Any opinion about that?

  • I avoided buying this for a long time because I have Nah und Fern and have listened to these albums on cd countless times. The sound is astonishing and I'm thrilled to have the full-length edits. A few minor issues: I don't like the flimsy magazine paper sleeves and the art book has kind of a photoshop-filter look that I'm not crazy about (the Narkopop art is better). This is timeless music that fully lives up to its reputation.

  • ...pheew!! :P I bought this as a preorder and received it at release date but haven't had time to open it until this morning, Ascension Day 2017, half a year later.I'm relieved to find that all vinyls appear to be in "perfect order", no finger prints, just unaudible paper scuff on one side that doesn't affect play at all. Sad to hear that others got damaged goods.Sadly, I've had the same experience with quite many of brand new records, DEEP scratches, finger prints, examples The The - Soul Mining (also a box!), Goldfrapp - Silver Eye (clear vinyl).I've returned them all and have received replacement copies that were OK. I can't remember any malconducts like this in the good old pre-CD days...?Wonder what the ratio is in this GAS box, as many are so disappointed.

  • A word on the artwork of the box set individual sleeves. Are the sleeves intended to have that 'blur' effect on both the background image but also on the text for example 'Konigsforst' title on the reverse of the individual sleeve is slightly out of focus compared to the clearer white text at the bottom of the sleeve and same for the rest of them. Even the embossed titles on all the sleeves seems blurry? Is this how they are on the originals and how they are intended to look?

  • I contacted kompakt about this and they state it's intended by the artist.

  • Any plans to release these 3LP editions separately?The lacquers / metal work are there, just please press them anywhere other than MPO, I suggest Record Industry or Pallas.

  • I got the first batch direct from Kompakt and they were all clean.

  • Got the Feb repress. No finger marks or anything like that, everything mint. It's a beautiful release. I even like the artwork book, nice touch. If I had to nitpick I'd say I didn't like the black sleeves the records are in, but overall I love it.

  • I actually spoke too soon. My copy of Zauberbeg was dirty and had fingerprints all over it. Thought I'd checked it but obviously not :(Still though, I don't think it's enough to not own this if you'r a fan.

  • Any word on the quality control of the second press? Seems like the first run was a mixed bag of fine and not-so-fine copies. Any real differences between the first and second run? Any issues with the second run to date?

  • I didn't buy first time around as felt it was too expensive, perhaps this ended up being lucky given reported issues. When I noticed there was a new batch released I decided to stump up given elevated prices for previous set once it had sold out, just received today. All the vinyl looks nice and clean, no issues with fingerprints or other residues as others reported. A few of the inner sleeves have splits which is mildly irritating given it is brand new but a minor issue.

  • The first batch seemed to have random problems, so I'm not sure if my word can be of any proof for all the second batch, but anyway : I bought the February repress, listened to the whole lot, and it's absolutely perfect (the records are clean, silent, and the music sounds fantastic).All in all a great release (except for the book which is ugly and useless, but of no consequence on what's really important : the music).

  • limited repress back in stock at kompakt.fm - or go directly to: http://www.kompakt.fm/releases/box

  • This comment is, as of now, obsolete - case closed!

  • Same. Very disappointed.The box's shape is basically cheap. The "art book" is just for the name: it looks like "holiday-book-printed-edition". The photos are filtered with a ugly photoshop filter (pixels are bubbles). About the vinyls: a lot of my vinyls had fingerprints and scratches. Inner sleeves are scarred. I just can't understand.But it's still GAS, so ... :)Schade Kompakt. Does anybody know quality of others Kompakt (re-) editions?cheers

  • My copy of this box set (bought new through the Vinyl Me Please store) only has the vinyl - no CDs. Does everyone else have combined vinyl/CDs? I only wanted vinyl to be clear. Maybe this release should be edited if there are two versions.

  • The CDs are in the back of the book, pretty sure there is only one version of this box, so if they're not in yours I'd write the company you bought it from or the label.

  • Just got my copy from the Kompakt shop. Happy with it but disappointed by the inner sleeves and the records inner cases. Too flimsy and feel a bit "cheap".

  • Love my copy; missed out on the initial batch for sale @ Kompakt, but got one for $130 just in time for the holidays. Sounds way better than the mp3's I downloaded from Audiogalaxy back in the day...

  • No complaints with the copy I got from Amoeba so far, all vinyl are in great shape.

  • Just picked up a copy at Amoeba in Hollywood and they had at least 3 more copies left on the shelf...

  • Don't buy overpriced copies now, it's still available from the label at this moment, and will be re-pressed in Feb 2017.

  • Repress will come up in February 2017. Maybe the quality issues won't occur on this one?

  • Sorry if you didn't get the pun. I'm french, by the way.And I've got a copy of the first press. The box, book, sleeves and records are perfect. I also don't understand the complains about the book. It is pretty and an invitation to a journey into a mysterious forest.