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Genre: Electronic
Performer: Robert Hood
Title: Minimal Nation
Style: Minimal Techno
Date of release: 1994
Country: US
MP3 album size: 1888 mb
FLAC album size: 1937 mb
Digital formats: TTA WMA AHX MIDI APE MP1 MP2

Robert Hood ‎– Minimal Nation Label: M-Plant ‎– . M1 Format: CD/LP (2x12") Pays: US Date: 15 Jun 2009 Genre: Electronic Style: Techno, Minimal Tracklist.

Album · 1994 · 10 Songs. Minimal Nation Robert Hood.

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Minimal Nation is an album by American electronic musician Robert Hood. Released in 1994 through Jeff Mills' Axis Records label, it is considered a landmark release in the techno genre and one of the minimal techno's key founding documents. A restored and remasterered reissue of the album, featuring several tracks that were originally left off, was released in 2009. A triple LP reissue was also released on Hood's own record label, M-Plan, in 2015.

CD1 is an unmixed album. CD2 contains a bonus mix. The tracklist for disc 1 is printed on the back of the release, while the tracklist for disc 2 is printed on the disc itself. Hood makes with the mixed CD a perfect bonus to showcase his definition of minimalism and what Minimal Nation stands for. Are included in this 3 decks mix much more than the listed contents. Tracks from all the existing versions, ranging from the 3x12 EP version on M-Plant to the old 2x12 EP version on M-Plant (Grey Matter was named Grey Move) and including also tracks from the Axis version (The Pace, Acrylic), are blended all together, sometimes even twice with double copies

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Station Rider E. Self Powered. Station Rider E. The Pace. Outro - Sleep Cycles. Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging.

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Tracklist

One Touch 3:58
Museum 5:12
Ride 4:16
Acrylic 3:54
Unix 3:14
Rhythm 5:04
Station Rider E 4:36
The Pace 5:40

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AX-007 Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(2x12") Axis AX-007 US 1994
AX-X Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl) Axis AX-X US 1994
AX-007 Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(2x12", M/Print) Axis AX-007 US 1994
AX-007 Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(2x12", MP) Axis AX-007 US 1994
AX-007 Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(2x12", W/Lbl) Axis AX-007 US 1994
M•P315 Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(2x12") M-Plant M•P315 US 1999
MP315 R. Hood* Minimal Nation ‎(2x12", W/Lbl) M-Plant MP315 US 1999
M.PM1 Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(10xFile, WAV, Album) M-Plant M.PM1 US 2009
M.PM1LP, M.PM1 Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(3x12", Album, RE, RM, Whi + CD, Album, RE, RM) M-Plant, M-Plant M.PM1LP, M.PM1 US 2009
M.PM1 Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(CD, Album, RE) M-Plant M.PM1 US 2009
M.PM1CD Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Mixed) M-Plant M.PM1CD US 2009
MPM01CDJP Robert Hood Minimal Nation ‎(CD, Album, RE + CD, Mixed + S/Edition) M-Plant MPM01CDJP Japan 2009


Comments to album Robert Hood - Minimal Nation
Nalme
I was curious about this record, so I tracked down some info and thought other people might appreciate it: 1. This was pressed up before the original Minimal Nation as a promo (100 copies)2. I can't confirm, but I believe the untitled track is the original version of "The Pace"3. The "two unreleased songs" written in the notes above is inaccurate (at this point), "Sleep Cycles" is on later pressings of the album, and the untitled track is supposedly "The Pace" (I don't know anyone with a copy to confirm)4. The project is called "Minimal Nation", people called it "Minimal Minded" after the fact.
Road.to sliver
Also: the statement that Jeff Mills was involved in the production is incorrect. It's written solely by Robert Hood.
Agantrius
Anyone know what the Untitled track is? Is it exclusive to this record?
RuTGamer
My copy reveals dark brown translucent coloured vinyl when held up to the light.
IWAS
Ordered from Bleep, came with an A/B and two copies of the E/F plate :(
Gaua
The same exact thing happened to me when ordered from RedEye!!
Puchock
acrylic... thats the best tune on it and it was left out of the repress, dunno why....although you can't see by Unix !
MOQ
Interesting to note, is the 2009 remaster takes away from all the beautiful transients and peaks of the original release. Hear it for yourself. The original has these nice subtle sculpted dynamic peaks that are sooo awesome, especially being a minimal techno record, while the remaster removes them and squashes them.No doubt, the bigger sound picture is still there in the remaster, and the overall feeling of the tracks is still present, but the microcosmic beauty, and the majestic presence has been dissolved to make room for loudness and more impact; which might have been done on purpose. Who knows?
Kison
Just noticed this myself and came to check if anyone else mentioned it. Not only did they take away transients etc.. Some of the actual composition is missing/edited out from the remaster. For one example, at around 3:54 to 4:10 minutes of the original 'Station Rider' there are some very cool, subtle metallic clicks and scrapes that come in....these are completely erased in the remaster. In fitting with most modern day dance music production, they scooped a lot of the low mids out...which is where most of the perceived movement in the bass is located. I personally can't stand this practice.
Yainai
Hood makes with the mixed CD a perfect bonus to showcase his definition of minimalism and what Minimal Nation stands for. Are included in this 3 decks mix much more than the listed contents. Tracks from all the existing versions, ranging from the 3x12 EP version on M-Plant to the old 2x12 EP version on M-Plant (Grey Matter was named Grey Move) and including also tracks from the Axis version (The Pace, Acrylic), are blended all together, sometimes even twice with double copies. Crackles and evident surface noise proove old copies were used to make the mix but finally it sounds even better and organic and authentic. You can hear during the mix tracks from other projects, mixed together with the Minimal Nation tracks, like Internal Empire, Moveable Parts Chapter 2, Hood Music and much more... A complex but fantastic introduction to define how Minimal Nation has become a staple of modern minimal music.
Zulkigis
The Best Mispress ever made. The First Tracks are Great Hard Kicking Techno tracks from Jeffs Legendary Dj Sets in the period at the Mid Nineties. Its Sad the Track: Psycho Thrill only Released digital :( not on Vinyl later in 2012. The second Record is Robert Hoods Excellent Minimal Nation Album.
Malaris
secret tip is Jeffs - Untitled B2
sergant
holy grail
IWantYou
Back in the nineties this was way ahead of its time. One of the most influential albums of Techno.
Moogura
Alongside Dan Bell no one else honed the efficient, minimal vibe so effectively. But listen closely and you can hear all the influences in there. Some of the songs sound like proper funk, just minimalized...
Venemarr
the pace: pure hard raw funky detroit...thats trance !
Brariel
too bad that the m-plant release doesn't contain it. pace is the best on the record!
Niwield
There is also another version of this release, which has an extra track on one side (c ?); i have a white label of it, as well the original. As an introduction to minimal techno, this double 12" is unsurpassed, many have tried to emulate it, no one has succeeded. This was Rob Hood's first release following his departure - along with Mills - from Underground Resistance. It is doubtful that he intended to kick start another direction for techno to head off in, though is it hard to argue that, at the time, it certainly needed something to prevent it's descent into loud and relentless boring jackhammer 4/4ness. Personally, I think the "moveable parts, vol.1." ep is a far superior release... cheers, marc.
Xmatarryto
The year was 1994. Something was mutating in the music from the Bladerunner-esque city at the top of the Mid-West: the hitherto string-laden albeit abstracted futurism of techno was corroding down to something which was closer to the frame of its chassis. It was this LP - and it became a marker of a turning point in techno music at least. In the context of a new millennium some newish things become apparent: 1. Some of it is not very 'minimal'. ['Internal Empire' is actually a lot starker and sinister than this LP, not to decry 'Minimal Nation' for *not* having those qualities to any great extent.] Also, don't be surprised by the odd lush pad sequence to well up over the trackiness. 2. It's _extremely_ funky. If you know the theory of 'on-the-one', Test it here. This is black future Funk with a capital 'F'. 3. Even though it doesn't really sound dated in 2009 - it's very evidently from a different era: the analogue atmosphere is very palpable. You can almost smell it. [You can certainly hear the hum of the cheapo recorder this was finished on]. And there's circumstantial evidence everywhere of the VCOs and diodes used to make this LP - one track is titled 'SH101'. In my view, this remains a milestone - don't miss it [again].
Detenta
I dont understand a thing, man.
Nalmetus
Absolutely right, this album is one of the fixpoints in techno history. Museum with its Hood typicaly strings is so deep, never heard again. Ride and Station Rider E are two tracks of the same topic, like one is the remix of the other. So he putted them on separate records to mix them together. Try it, you can create a mindblowing ride into eternity - everytime different.
Preve
The Mills mispress record sounds like it was recorded in his New York/Limelight phase after he left Underground Resistance in 1992. Hard-hitting techno ala Waveform Transmissions Vol 1.
Jairani
Rhythm is right up there w/ "Starlight" & "The Pace" as my fave minimal tracks of all time. The track actually lives up to it's title, because every time I hear it I just wish that it was maybe two to three minutes longer because it's workings hypnotise me so much. There are some other high quality cuts on here, "Unix" & "Museum" come to mind but it's Rhythm that rocks for me on this release.
Super P
This repress features two new tracks to replace two from the original Axis version. The Pace is missed, but admittently the additional tracks are worth having in there.
Siatanni
The record responsible for cementing the term 'minimal' as a genre within Techno.
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