Sheet One

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Sheet One
Sheet 1.jpg
Studio album by Plastikman
Released October 18, 1993
Recorded 1993 (Exact date unknown)
Genre Techno, minimal techno, downtempo
Length 1:00:19
Label NovaMute Records
Producer Richie Hawtin
Plastikman chronology
Dimension Intrusion
(1993)Dimension Intrusion1993
Sheet One
(1993)
Recycled Plastik
(1994)Recycled Plastik1994
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Sheet One is the first album Richie Hawtin has released under his Plastikman name, on October 18th, 1993 on Novamute Records. (Hawtin had previously released a first album, Dimension Intrusion, under the alias "F.U.S.E.".) The front inlay of Sheet One was perforated, giving it the look of a wall of LSD tabs. The cover was so realistic that a man in Texas was arrested when a police officer saw the CD on his car seat after pulling him over on a traffic violation.[2]

Coming out of the minimal techno scene in Detroit, this album makes frequent use of the Roland TB-303, which gained prominence in the electronic music world as a staple of Chicago's acid house scene.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Drp" – 1:45
  2. "Plasticity" – 11:00
  3. "Gak" – 5:38
  4. "Okx" – 0:34
  5. "Helikopter" – 6:30
  6. "Glob" – 8:20
  7. "Plasticine" – 11:19
  8. "Koma" – 4:10
  9. "Vokx" – 2:07
  10. "Smak" – 6:42
  11. "Ovokx" – 2:14

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