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Namlook • Montanà - Labyrinth 3


1 DTS 5.1 Surround Disc
2Labyrinth Path XXI4:06
3Labyrinth Path XXIV6:29
4Labyrinth Path XXII5:35
5Labyrinth Path XXIII8:14
6Labyrinth Path XXV8:20
7Labyrinth Path XVIII6:31
8Labyrinth Path XX7:39
9Labyrinth Path XXIV6:30
10Labyrinth Path XXII5:36
11Labyrinth Path XX7:42
12Labyrinth Path XIX8:59
13Labyrinth Path XVIII6:27
14Labyrinth Path XXI4:07
15Labyrinth Path XVII6:07
16Labyrinth Path XXV8:21
17Labyrinth Path XVII 6:09
18 2-Channel Stereo Disc
19Labyrinth Path XXIII8:16


  • GraphicsAndre Ruello, sansserifgrafik
  • ProducerPeter Kuhlmann
  • Written-ByLorenzo Montanà, Pete Namlook


Namlook • Montanà
Hödeshof 2011

Limitation: 300

Special Thanks To:

Fabia / Neo / Melanie
Markus Engel @ Steinberg
Christian Deinhardt
Olaf Brauns @ Musik Schmidt
Andre Ruello for beautiful graphics

Tiffany, Alex Dandi, Aky Tune, Alio Die
Ignazio Orlando, and Steve for "II Labirinto" RIN


  • Barcode (Text): 8 81005 05232 0
  • Barcode (Reader): 881005052320
  • Label Code: LC 6269
  • Matrix / Runout (DTS 5.1 Surround Disc): PW 55 CD1 P+O-A 624033-A1
  • Matrix / Runout (2-Channel Stereo Disc): PW 55 CD2 P+O-A 624034-A1
  • Other (Mould SID Code): ifpi 3J04


  • Recorded At – Atlantisound
  • Recorded At – Klanglabor Hödeshof
  • Manufactured By – P+O Pallas – A 624033
  • Manufactured By – P+O Pallas – A 624034



Album 2011 9 Songs. Pete Namlook & Lorenzo Montanà. Electronic , 2011. Namlook-Montana - Labyrinth 3 2011 PW 55. Pete Namlook & Lorenzo Montana - Labyrinth Path I - Продолжительность: 19:17 Akshobhya Buddha 7 996. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. NAMLOOK , MONTANÀ HÖDESHOF 2010 Limitation: 300 Recorded at Atlantisound Bologna, Italy and Klanglabor Hödeshof Includes unlimited streaming of Labyrinth 3 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Sold Out. Namlook , montanà hödeshof 2010. Limitation: 300. Recorded at Atlantisound Bologna, Italy and Klanglabor Hödeshof. 1-1 Labyrinth Path XVII 1-2 Labyrinth Path XVIII 1-3 Labyrinth Path XIX 1-4 Labyrinth Path XX 1-5 Labyrinth Path XXI 1-6 Labyrinth Path XXII 1-7 Labyrinth Path XXIII 1-8 Labyrinth Path XXIV 1-9 Labyrinth Path XXV. Namlook Montanà: Labyrinth 3, 2011. Pete Namlook. Now playing: Shawn Mendes Señorita. Радио Шатёр. Eagles Hotel California. Namlook , Montanà Hödeshof 2011. Special Thanks To. Although it's very hard to pick one favourite, this one maybe even the best for me. I'm very impressed that they bring another record with many new and original ideas. After listening to the album several times, I must admit that the magic wears off a bit. Still above average music, but somehow it loses the alive feeling. 返信 通知を希望する 3 Helpful. Listen to music from Namlook , Montanà like Labyrinth Path XII, Labyrinth Path XIII & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Namlook , Montanà. Download and listen online Labyrinth - Path XIII by Lorenzo Montana ft. Genre - Electronic. Duration 05:32. Format mp3. On this page you can download song Lorenzo Montana ft. Pete Namlook - Labyrinth - Path XIII in mp3 and listen online. Electronic Ambient. Pete Namlook , Lorenzo Montana. Labyrinth II. Скачать MP3. Similar songs. Pete Namlook - Labyrinth - Path XI. Pete Namlook ft. Lorenzo Montana - Labyrinth - Path IX. Lorenzo Montana - Labyrinth - Path XVII. Lorenzo Montana - Labyrinth - Path X. Lorenzo Montana - Labyrinth - Path IV. LABYRINTH 3 2XCD. 2x cd Labyrinth 3 at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Labyrinth 3. Pete NAMLOOK, LORENZO MONTANA. Fax Germany. Format: CD Cat: PW 0552 Released: 14 Apr 11 Genre . Genre: Ambient Techno. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. Hide Ads

Namlook • Montanà - Labyrinth 3
Performer: Namlook • Montanà
Genre: Electro
Title: Labyrinth 3
Country: Germany
Released: 04 Apr 2011
Style: Ambient, IDM, Techno
MP3 album: 1761 mb
FLAC album: 2088 mb
Source: CD, Album, Limited Edition, Multichannel, DTS 5.1 CD, Album, Limited Edition
№ Cat: PW 55
Label: Fax +49-69/450464

Next Labyrinth and next genius work. 10/10. Music for everyone electronic lovers ;-)
Definitely a grower. On first listen only a couple of tracks impress. However, nothing here is disjointed or cobbled together willy-nilly. After the 3rd listen it really clicks.Extremely atmospheric and dreamy. Wonderful working music. Great flow between mellow and energetic bits.Track 5 is where things heat up. Amazing echoic downtempo with a brilliant flourish every few bars; it reminds me of something from long ago, but I don't know what. I love this song!Then an instant FAX classic in track 6. Super catchy tremolo synth lines noodle in and out above crisp broken percussion. Anthemic in its scope, it totally belongs in a classic NES video game (Megaman, Zelda or Bionic Commando maybe?), but sans the 8-bit quality. PK does some guitar work near the end that fits nicely, echoing the synth line. Bravo guys!Moody track 8 climaxes on an alien landscape high. Namlook's melody note choices are flawless and inspired. Breathtaking. Perhaps as good as DSotM 9!It would be tough to decide between Labyrinth 3 and Labyrinth 1. More listens are required. Run, don't walk, and buy these albums now!
I'm trying to spot the EMS duplication you mention in both tracks and I can't. Can you give me precise in-track times to look for it? Home Shopping t5 is quite long with a lot going on. I'm not even sure I'd be able to identify an EMS synth sound. Is there an old FAX trance song (say one of the ones on PK08/01) that is a good example?I still can't get enough of track 6! I can see how it would sound programmed. Like I said, it sounds like a Nintendo in-game theme song. To me, that's great! To others, it might detract. It's a simple, catchy melody. Reminds me a bit of early Syn/4Voice stuff. I think I really like the beat as I just realized it's really jungle, in a subtle, disguised form. Good jungle always has me bopping to the beat. If you don't like jungle, then that might detract.And I almost always love it when Pete gets the guitar out... the bit at the end where he starts matching the synth line with the guitar is sublime!Labyrinth 3 is for sure my fave compared to L1 now. I just sat with L3 on repeat t5-t8 for 4 hours! t8 is probably the most emotional FAX track in a long, long while.Cheers!
Nice review. I agree that it is hard to decide between 1 and 3 as these are the best of the series so far.Track 5 has the same EMS synth line as Move d/Namlook VIII's Mouse potatoes ;)Btw Somehow for me track 6 is the weakest of them all. It all fits, but it sounds pretty programmed and the rhythm is boring.
Namlook and Montana deliver in less than 6 months after Labyrinth 1 already the third installment of Labyrinth. Although it's very hard to pick one favourite, this one maybe even the best for me. I'm very impressed that they bring another record with many new and original ideas. Of course it has the same trademark as the previous releases: Namlook's typical background synthlines and solo's combined with Montanà's complex idm/glitch drum programming. This time however they bring more calm breezy ambient which focusses more on the overall sphere that all the elements create together.The result is a more subtle record with tracks which all fit nice one after another. In contrast with the tracks on the first and second part which mostly tell their own story, the tracks on this release are more integrated. It feels like one journey.This has maybe something to do with how they make use of DTS. The extra dimension in DTS has already become common, but the way they move the sounds from one speaker to another create amazing effects. By times it is even pretty spacey, though without being cheesy.My only complaint is that the rhythms sometimes sound too static. Some may find that the use of some typical Namlook synth work sound too familiar here and there. The hardcore FAX-fan could recognize for instance the background EMS synth line in Path XXI that is similar to Move D/Namlook VIII's Mouse potatoes. Still I think all the elements are very well integrated.After listening to the album several times, I must admit that the magic wears off a bit. Still above average music, but somehow it loses the "alive" feeling.