Deltron 3030 The Instrumentals is the sibling of Deltron 3030's legendary self-titled debut and an experience all its own. Since the record’s release in 2000, Deltron 3030 has moved into the pantheon of greatest recordings of all time, of any genre. Del’s Deltron Zero persona certainly has much to do with the release’s setting in a dystopian future. But beyond that, and beyond the great guest appearances the foundation of that setting is the sonic landscape presented by Dan The Automator. The Instrumentals puts the focus on the mood forged by The Automator’s soundscapes which create a listening experience often referred to as cinematic.
Long out of print since its initial release in 2001, The Instrumentals return housed in a unique die-cut jacket with a full color obi rounding out the package. The result is a set that’s visual appeal compliments the rich soundscape created by Dan The Automator.
A2. Memory Loss
A3. Love Story
B3. Time Keeps On Slipping
C1. Positive Contact
C2. Things You Can Do
D2. Battle Song
D3. Turbulence (Remix by Mark Bell)