Zen Brakes Vol. 2
by Bogus Order

— Released 30th June 2017 on Ahead Of Our Time

In 1990, Bogus Order released Zen Brakes Vol. 1, the first ever Ninja Tune release. Last year saw the reemergence of Bogus Order with The Bullnose Step EP, released via Ahead Of Our Time, and this year they unveil Zen Brakes Vol. 2, the sequel to a historic debut some 27 years ago.

Accompanying this release is the unveiling of Pixi, an iOS easy to use visual synthesiser app from Coldcut, that was used to create the album imagery. Currently, the app exists in two forms- a full modula...

In 1990, Bogus Order released Zen Brakes Vol. 1, the first ever Ninja Tune release. Last year saw the reemergence of Bogus Order with The Bullnose Step EP, released via Ahead Of Our Time, and this year they unveil Zen Brakes Vol. 2, the sequel to a historic debut some 27 years ago.

Accompanying this release is the unveiling of Pixi, an iOS easy to use visual synthesiser app from Coldcut, that was used to create the album imagery. Currently, the app exists in two forms- a full modular synth iPad version (still in dev=unreleased) and a free Bogus Order Player version you can download here. This features tracks from the album that users can interact with: creating and sharing pictures, and allowing for visual remixes of their own images.

The record also sees a limited edition CD release with a printed booklet featuring 10 different Pixi artworks to go with each track from the album. You can read more about the Pixi app here.

Zen Brakes Vol. 2
by Bogus Order

— Released 30th June 2017 on Ahead Of Our Time

Physical

CD (AHEDCD016)

Limited CD edition of 1000 - 10 different artwork cover variations (100 of each) - each corresponding to individual album tracks. 10 page roll-fold artwork booklet and bonus track ‘God Save Techno’.

£8.50
 

Digital

MP3 (AHEDDNL016)
£5.00
 
16-bit WAV (AHEDDNL016W)
£7.00
 

Physical

Digital

CD (AHEDCD016)

Limited CD edition of 1000 - 10 different artwork cover variations (100 of each) - each corresponding to individual album tracks. 10 page roll-fold artwork booklet and bonus track ‘God Save Techno’.

£8.50
MP3 (AHEDDNL016)
£5.00
16-bit WAV (AHEDDNL016W)
£7.00

Tracklist

  • CD
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Ex Voto
  2. 2
    Sometimes It Hurts
  3. 3
    Soco Mania
  4. 4
    Bullnose Step
  5. 5
    Stooge
  6. 6
    Flight 4
  7. 7
    The Atlantic Affair
  8. 8
    Waiting On Your Call
  9. 9
    It’s Up 2
  10. 10
    Can You Believe It
  11. 11
    Step Up  (Bonus Track)
    Release only
  12.  
    Play All (10)
  1. 1
    Ex Voto
  2. 2
    Sometimes It Hurts
  3. 3
    Soco Mania
  4. 4
    Bullnose Step
  5. 5
    Stooge
  6. 6
    Flight 4
  7. 7
    The Atlantic Affair
  8. 8
    Waiting On Your Call
  9. 9
    It’s Up 2
  10. 10
    Can You Believe It
  11. 11
    Step Up  (Bonus Track)
    Release only
  12.  
    Play All (10)
  1. 1
    Ex Voto
  2. 2
    Sometimes It Hurts
  3. 3
    Soco Mania
  4. 4
    Bullnose Step
  5. 5
    Stooge
  6. 6
    Flight 4
  7. 7
    The Atlantic Affair
  8. 8
    Waiting On Your Call
  9. 9
    It’s Up 2
  10. 10
    Can You Believe It
  11. 11
    Step Up  (Bonus Track)
    Release only
  12.  
    Play All (10)

In 1990, Bogus Order released Zen Brakes Vol. 1, the first ever Ninja Tune release. Last year saw the reemergence of Bogus Order with The Bullnose Step EP, released via Ahead Of Our Time, and this year they unveil Zen Brakes Vol. 2, the sequel to a historic debut some 27 years ago.

Accompanying this release is the unveiling of Pixi, an iOS easy to use visual synthesiser app from Coldcut, that was used to create the album imagery. Currently, the app exists in two forms- a full modula...

In 1990, Bogus Order released Zen Brakes Vol. 1, the first ever Ninja Tune release. Last year saw the reemergence of Bogus Order with The Bullnose Step EP, released via Ahead Of Our Time, and this year they unveil Zen Brakes Vol. 2, the sequel to a historic debut some 27 years ago.

Accompanying this release is the unveiling of Pixi, an iOS easy to use visual synthesiser app from Coldcut, that was used to create the album imagery. Currently, the app exists in two forms- a full modular synth iPad version (still in dev=unreleased) and a free Bogus Order Player version you can download here. This features tracks from the album that users can interact with: creating and sharing pictures, and allowing for visual remixes of their own images.

The record also sees a limited edition CD release with a printed booklet featuring 10 different Pixi artworks to go with each track from the album. You can read more about the Pixi app here.