Out From Out Where
by Amon Tobin

— Released 14th October 2002

Amon Tobin continued his adventures with the breakbeat on Out From Out Where, his fourth album. Darker, more complex, even more rhythmically driving and intense than ever before, this huge record cemented Tobin’s reputation as one of the most innovative and important names in dance music today.

Out From Out Where differed from its predecessor in that Supermodified was made using only found sound (most of them generated by Amon himself) while here he stepped back to u...

Amon Tobin continued his adventures with the breakbeat on Out From Out Where, his fourth album. Darker, more complex, even more rhythmically driving and intense than ever before, this huge record cemented Tobin’s reputation as one of the most innovative and important names in dance music today.

Out From Out Where differed from its predecessor in that Supermodified was made using only found sound (most of them generated by Amon himself) while here he stepped back to utilise some slightly more traditional sources (displaying in particular, a love of guitar licks). But when Tobin takes a sample source he is never happy until he has warped, filtered and fucked with it until it sounds like something straight from his head. And not just anywhere in his head, but that dingy, cobwebbed corner where no one should go…

"Chronic Tronic" sounds like martial music for giants, listening to "Searchers" you’re gripped by a terrible sense of foreboding. "Back From Space" and the intro to "Hey Blondie" have a genuine alien sense of wonder about them. Meanwhile, the beats, as exemplified on "Triple Science", sound like an entire bloco band having a bad trip in the dirt under your fingernail. And as for "El Wraith"...well, let’s not even go there…

In fact, this remains the most straight-up nasty album that Tobin has made – music with the power to genuinely disturb. Shut the door, close the windows. Be afraid…

Out From Out Where
by Amon Tobin

— Released 14th October 2002

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Digital

2xLP (ZEN70X)

2021 Gold Vinyl Reissue

2 x 12” 140g Opaque Gold vinyl housed in 12” phosphorescent varnish sleeves. Includes 60x30cm poster.

This item has not been released yet, we will ship it to arrive on or close to the release date of 3rd September 2021.

£22.00
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Tracklist

  • CD
  • 2xLP
  • 2xLP
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Back From Space
  2. 2
    Verbal
  3. 3
    Chronic Tronic
  4. 4
    Searchers
  5. 5
    Hey Blondie
  6. 6
    Rosies
  7. 7
    Cosmo Retro Intro Outro
  8. 8
    Triple Science
  9. 9
    El Wraith
  10. 10
    Proper Hoodidge
  11. 11
    Mighty Micro People
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    Back From Space
  2. 2
    Verbal
  3. 3
    Chronic Tronic
  4. 4
    Searchers
  5. 5
    Hey Blondie
  6. 6
    Rosies
  7. 7
    Cosmo Retro Intro Outro
  8. 8
    Triple Science
  9. 9
    El Wraith
  10. 10
    Proper Hoodidge
  11. 11
    Mighty Micro People
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    Back From Space
  2. 2
    Verbal
  3. 3
    Chronic Tronic
  4. 4
    Searchers
  5. 5
    Hey Blondie
  6. 6
    Rosies
  7. 7
    Cosmo Retro Intro Outro
  8. 8
    Triple Science
  9. 9
    El Wraith
  10. 10
    Proper Hoodidge
  11. 11
    Mighty Micro People
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    Back From Space
  2. 2
    Verbal
  3. 3
    Chronic Tronic
  4. 4
    Searchers
  5. 5
    Hey Blondie
  6. 6
    Rosies
  7. 7
    Cosmo Retro Intro Outro
  8. 8
    Triple Science
  9. 9
    El Wraith
  10. 10
    Proper Hoodidge
  11. 11
    Mighty Micro People
  12.  
    Play All (11)
  1. 1
    Back From Space
  2. 2
    Verbal
  3. 3
    Chronic Tronic
  4. 4
    Searchers
  5. 5
    Hey Blondie
  6. 6
    Rosies
  7. 7
    Cosmo Retro Intro Outro
  8. 8
    Triple Science
  9. 9
    El Wraith
  10. 10
    Proper Hoodidge
  11. 11
    Mighty Micro People
  12.  
    Play All (11)

Amon Tobin continued his adventures with the breakbeat on Out From Out Where, his fourth album. Darker, more complex, even more rhythmically driving and intense than ever before, this huge record cemented Tobin’s reputation as one of the most innovative and important names in dance music today.

Out From Out Where differed from its predecessor in that Supermodified was made using only found sound (most of them generated by Amon himself) while here he stepped back to u...

Amon Tobin continued his adventures with the breakbeat on Out From Out Where, his fourth album. Darker, more complex, even more rhythmically driving and intense than ever before, this huge record cemented Tobin’s reputation as one of the most innovative and important names in dance music today.

Out From Out Where differed from its predecessor in that Supermodified was made using only found sound (most of them generated by Amon himself) while here he stepped back to utilise some slightly more traditional sources (displaying in particular, a love of guitar licks). But when Tobin takes a sample source he is never happy until he has warped, filtered and fucked with it until it sounds like something straight from his head. And not just anywhere in his head, but that dingy, cobwebbed corner where no one should go…

"Chronic Tronic" sounds like martial music for giants, listening to "Searchers" you’re gripped by a terrible sense of foreboding. "Back From Space" and the intro to "Hey Blondie" have a genuine alien sense of wonder about them. Meanwhile, the beats, as exemplified on "Triple Science", sound like an entire bloco band having a bad trip in the dirt under your fingernail. And as for "El Wraith"...well, let’s not even go there…

In fact, this remains the most straight-up nasty album that Tobin has made – music with the power to genuinely disturb. Shut the door, close the windows. Be afraid…