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Forma Tadre - Navigator Album

Forma Tadre - Navigator Album
Performer: Forma Tadre
Title: Navigator
Country: US
Genre: Electronic
Style:Industrial, Ambient, IDM, EBM
Released: 17 Feb 1997
Catalog number: MET 047
Label: Metropolis
MP3 album szie: 1120 mb
FLAC album size: 2525 mb


2Navigator (Part One)4:50
3Serpent Charmer
Guitar [Guits] – Hansjörg Schifferer
4Mesozoic Tree Ferns6:24
5Date Unknown5:21
7Celebrate The Cult
Guitar [Guits] – Hansjörg Schifferer
8Navigator (Part Two)2:20
9Looking Glass Men4:54
10FX On A Human Subject4:47
11Navigator (Part Three)3:24


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
O-45, SPV 085-22442Forma Tadre Navigator ‎(CD, Album)Off Beat, Off BeatO-45, SPV 085-22442Germany1996


  • LayoutForma Tadre, Georg Reimann
  • Photography ByE.Thom, Egyptian Officials, Forma Tadre
  • Producer, EngineerForma Tadre


Recorded in the End of the 20th Century.

© 1997 Metropolis Records


  • Barcode (Text): 7 82388 00472 5
  • Matrix / Runout: MET047 MASTERED BY NIMBUS
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L125
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2425


  • Licensed From – Off Beat
  • Copyright (c) – Metropolis Records
  • Glass Mastered At – Nimbus

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Navigator is the debut album of Forma Tadre, a German musical project that can best be described as electronic body music but has also been categorized as Industrial or Ambient. The main theme of the album is connected to writer HP Lovecrafts books on the Cthulhu Mythos. The song title FX on a Human Subject is taken from a sample used in the song from the 1992 film The Lawnmower Man. Plasmasleep starts with a sample from Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and contains multiple samples from Alien. Navigator Part One 2. FX On A Human Subject 3. Plasmasleep 4. Date Unknown 5. Navigator Part Two 6. Serpent Charmer 7. Looking Glass Men 8. Mesozoic Tree Ferns 9. Gates 10. Celebrate The Cult 11. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 8 EUR or more. Navigator Part One 04:50. buy track. Forma Tadre is a German musical project that can best be described as electro with a feel of soundtracks and ambient. Industrial producer Andreas Meyer named his project Forma Tadre in honor of the landmark Tangerine D. 617 people like this. 642 people follow this. Contact Forma Tadre Official on Messenger. Forma Tadre Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. Navigator Part One. Listen Now . Listen free to Forma Tadre Navigator Navigator, Part One, FX on a Human Subject and more. 11 tracks 51:12. 1 Sampling. Track listing. Navigator Part 1 4:51. FX On A Human Subject 4:47. Plasmasleep 4:04. Date Unknown 5:21. Navigator Part 2 2:20. Serpent Charmer 5:57. Looking Glass Men 4:54. Songs in album Forma Tadre - Navigator 1997. Forma Tadre - Navigator Part One. Forma Tadre - FX On A Human Subject. Forma Tadre - Plasmasleep. Forma Tadre - Date Unknown. Forma Tadre - Navigator Part Two. Forma Tadre - Serpent Charmer. Forma Tadre - Looking Glass Men. Forma Tadre - Mezoic Tree Ferns. Forma Tadre - Gates. Forma Tadre - Celebrate The Cult. Forma Tadre - Navigator Part Three. Album 1997 11 Songs. Navigator Forma Tadre. Forma Tadre album. Jump to navigation Jump to search. 1997 studio album by Forma Tadre. Studio album by. Navigator is the debut album of Forma Tadre , a German musical project that can best be described as electronic body music but has also been categorized as Industrial. Germany, constitutionally the Federal Republic of Germany, is a country in Central and Western Europe, lying between the Baltic and North Seas to the north and the Alps, Lake Constance
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To me this album will always be one of the unsung heroes of mid-90s industrial music and I would still consider it one of my favorites in my collection. Here we have very untypical rhythms, long interludes of dark ambient, the occasional clubby moments, but most importantly, an amazingly atmospheric flow from beginning to end. Andreas did not partake too heavily in the whole industrial/EBM scene, which is probably a good thing, because it allowed him to produce exactly what he wanted, without compromise. If you don't have this classic release, you really are missing out. And his follow-up, Automate, finds him traveling further down that quiet, deep path, shrugging off genres or expectations - must have material after listening to Navigator. We can only hope the journey continues.