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Villalobos - Fizheuer Zieheuer

Villalobos - Fizheuer Zieheuer
Title:
Fizheuer Zieheuer
Performer:
Villalobos
Style:
Techno, Minimal, Experimental
Released:
06 Nov 2006
Catalog:
PLAY133
Country:
Germany
MP3 album size:
1901 mb
FLAC album size:
1444 mb
Genre:
Label:
Playhouse

Tracklist


1Fizheuer Zieheuer37:11
2Fizbeast35:30


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Play CD021Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(CD)PlayhousePlay CD021Germany2006
PLAY133Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(12", Gen)PlayhousePLAY133Germany2006
PLAY133Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)PlayhousePLAY133Germany2006
PLAY133Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(LP)PlayhousePLAY133Germany2006
Play CD 021Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(CDr, Promo)PlayhousePlay CD 021Germany2006
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Play CD021Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(CD)PlayhousePlay CD021Germany2006
PLAY133Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(12", Gen)PlayhousePLAY133Germany2006
PLAY133Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(12", Promo, W/Lbl)PlayhousePLAY133Germany2006
PLAY133Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(2xFile, WAV)PlayhousePLAY133Germany2006
Play CD 021Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer ‎(CDr, Promo)PlayhousePlay CD 021Germany2006


Credits


  • Mastered ByRashad
  • Producer, Written-ByRicardo Villalobos
  • Written-By, ProducerRicardo Villalobos


Video



Album


Ricardo Villalobos - Alcachofa 2003. 2 tracks 37:09. Minimal Tech House. Ricardo Villalobos - Fizbeast. The sample is in a minor key and repeats ostinato-like through almost the entire track, occasionally complemented by a second horns sample from the introductory. Ricardo Villalobos - Fizheuer Zieheuer. The 37-minute song is primarily based on a horns sample from a gypsy folk song titled Pobjednički Čoček by Serbian group Blehorkestar Bakija Bakić, as discovered after the record's publication by a member of the forum at . José Aranda. Fizheuer Zieheuer 37:09 02. Pobjednicki Cocek by Ansambl Bakije Bakića 1980. At the risk of being reductive, Fizheuer Zieheuer essentially consists of a lone boom-tick pattern- so basic it might serve as the house-music chapter of a beatmakers' tutorial- overlayed with two interlocking horn parts. Ricardo Villalobos. To favorites 0 Download album. Ricardo Villalobos - Vasco EP Part 1 2008. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2006 Vinyl от Fizheuer Zieheuer на Zieheuer is a 2006 single written and produced by minimal techno artist Ricardo Villalobos. PLAYLIST :: 01. Listen free to Ricardo Villalobos Fizheuer Zieheuer Fizheuer Zieheuer, Part 1, Fizheuer Zieheuer, Part 2. One is a minor-key, mostly ostinato figure that oom-pahs almost uninterrupted for the length of the track a trumpet solo occasionally breaks through like a ray of light through low, grey clouds. Fizbeast 35:30. Fizheuer Zieheuer. Album by Ricardo Villalobos. Artist: Ricardo Villalobos Title Of Album: Fizheuer Zieheuer Year Of Release: 2006 Label: Playhouse Genre: Techno, Minimal, Experimental Quality: 320 kbps Total Time: 01:12:39 Total Size: 166 Mb. Uploaded xerver turbobit. Villalobos - Fizheuer Zieheuer. Fizheuer Zieheuer 2006. The 37-minute song is primarily based on a horns sample from a gypsy folk song titled Pobjednički Čoček by Serbian group Blehorkestar Bakija Bakić, as discovered after the record's publication by a member of the forum at . Songs in album Ricardo Villalobos - Fizheuer Zieheuer 2006. Ricardo Villalobos - Alcachofa Remixes 2004 FLAC. Ricardo Villalobos - Salvador 1998. Listen album. Ricardo Villalobos - Vasco EP Part 2 2008. The sample is in a major key and repeats ostinato-like through almost the entire track, occasionally complemented by a second horns sample from the introductory. At the risk of being reductive, Fizheuer Zieheuer essentially consists of a lone boom-tick pattern- so basic it might serve as the house-music chapter of a beatmakers' tutorial- overlayed with two interlocking horn parts. Its around for a while now and a special secret weapon in Ricardos sets all over the world, causing mayhem wherever he plays it

Reviews:
  • Bumand
Am I right in thinking the face on the sleeve is lifted from a Cocteau drawing?Also, I find this a good release. A little long in-itself, but great for drifiting in and out of a mix.
  • Dianantrius
Masterpieceit s not even about electronic music- - - -
  • Raelin
Cant believe somebody has payed £43 for that. Please enter two more
  • Vozilkree
You have a very limited imagination.
  • Gom
The one thing that comes to my mind is: what is the puropse of a 40 minute vinyl? I guess flirting with the ladies standing next to the DJ, or taking a leak? Ricardo Villalobos' way of making music fascinates me every time I hear one of his tracks. When Alcachofa first came out, I was excited like a little boy on Christmas Eve, and headed to the local record shop right away. "Achso" & "What's Wrong My Friends?" is also part of my collection, but with Fizheuer Zieheuer, I'm not quite sure what made me buy his record. It's basically a waste of money. I really want to keep the crowd entertained by presenting different styles of music, instead of boring them with a 22 minute track. If I had to pick one, I'd go for Pt. 1, as in my oppinion, he hasn't totally lost focus there.
  • Honeirsil
How about using it as a tool and mixing 3 tracks into it while this one plays out? Just as he does all the time.
  • Monn
Why not make a 40 minute track? Why not make a 2 hour track. Your comment is basically a waste of Internet.
  • Kerahuginn
People play parts of this track a quite often. Never heard anyone play the whole thing through. My 2 cents.
  • Lavivan
No - the only purpose is to have enough time on his shamanic hands to shag and take drugs. Simple... :)
  • Voodoozragore
The Fizheuer Zieheuer sample is available for listening on the diduseethewords blog if you are interested (just type ricardo villalobos stretch music play on google). It might sound like a ctrl C/ctrl V track, true. But Ricardo Villalobos succeeded in stretching the track out (as they say on the diduseethewords blog)by taking his time, letting the rhythm getting in yourself, etc. He is just decomposing the track in several elements, separating them and mixing them all up then, choosing when each one has to get in the game again, supported by its Minimal beat. It's like a puzzle. A Minimal way puzzle. That's what electronic is all about.
  • wanderpool
The track is just flat out too long. Everytime I play this record I keep looking back at the needle thinking "oh my god its only moved a quarter of an inch". Its not intricate or complex...its just stale-ass minimal that gets old after about 3 minutes. I would not recommend that anyone buy this. I sold my copy a couple of weeks after receiving it.
  • Pedora
ever try a long mix?
  • avanger
While some hate, lots love it. Surely the best thing about music is to create such severe opinions, good or bad? As Jeff Mills once said, he doesn't care if people like his music or not, he just wants the opportunity for people to hear it. In some ways, the magic of this release is that, quite simply, that while this track makes magical moments on the dancefloor (and NOBODY can debate that, it's been happening with this track for months and months), almost every other Villalobos tune is better in a more 'musical' sense... and this STILL rocks the floors and creates a unique vibe. The sheer balls of this makes even the haters sit up and rethink for a moment, and also allows countless others to discover what the fuss is about - to love or loath. A polarising artist at the best of times, yet proving that he can still make modern electronic masterpieces.
  • Jorad
Most people have gotten it wrong about this piece of music. Perhaps they don't understand what Ricardo is trying to do, but I get it...and I am a changed man after possessing it. This is not a typical release to be placed on the market, and it doesn't have broad appeal across the board. The reason for this is simple. While many a good DJ can cut this track up and play the parts they need to accent any set, I don't believe that was its main purpose. I look at this amazing journey (cause that is what is....a journey through music) and I am fiercely reminded of what composers of classical music have done for centuries. To me, this is a composers body of work, and one must approach it that way. Sure it doesn't have all the elements of a traditional classical piece, but it has movements, and just like Mozart, Beethoven, and Bach, it changes and morphs through all the different movements. Perhaps Ricardo could be considered the first true electronic composers and this would be his first electric symphony. Hopefully more are to come, because music does not always have to have commercial appeal. This is an unbelievable example of what a great musical mind can come up with in this medium. This is one of the most groundbreaking releases ever in the history of dance music. No one has ever tried anything like this, nor will anyone eclipse it in the near future.
  • Gandree
Yea, if I was at a club and this track came on, I'd be jacking hard. Sweat is what i hear. Basement style trax.
  • Coron
Blehorkestar Bakic - Pobjednicki Cocek (Ricardo Villalobos remix) might be a more accurate title than Fizheuer Zieheuer, but hearing the source material confirms all my original feelings about the track. FZ is a very simple, very good idea -- efficiently executed to create an unforgettable moment on an unknowing post-7AM dancefloor (cf Villalobos interviews where he's mentioned creating such moments is his key goal when he's DJing). pressing this up for general public consumption surely wasn't his initial plan in April... it's a weapon intended for Villalobos and Luciano DJ sets. once you know what it is, the surprise goes + the effect somewhat fades. it obviously didn't take him very long to make. you could tell that from the off, listening to the simplicity of the sound engineering/beat compared to his other recent releases. this is still my favourite track of the year -- precisely because of those moments. the look of elation on my friend's face the first time she heard it out (the first time she'd ever heard it, period) was priceless and will stay with me forever. most importantly, it makes me smile. this track is FUN -- with the critical boutique store response (Other Music, Boomkat, Aquarius + etc) it's easy to forget that -- but remember, this is music for dancing and smiling, not for chin-stroking.
  • olgasmile
I won't join the rip-off vs genius debate, although there would be much to go on about. Just, one thing I find quite annoying about this production : not mentionning the origin of the samples used (abused ?) throughout the track. One could sense it has been taken from some obscure traditional music from god knows where... or reckon Mr Villalobos composed those bits himself and have them performed by some cheap mariachis from his native Chile. Time to place your bet... Well, this is the first option (obscure traditional...) and, disclosed just for you nerds, here is the reference : - the band of gypsies : blehorkestar bakija bakic - the location : vranje, south of serbia - the title of the track : pobjenicki cocek How do I know ? I started playing a mix beginning with this track to a friend of mine (not what you would call a minimal techno freak...) and she IDed the sound in approximately 3 seconds. I was a bit doubtful but she picked a 2 cds compilation called 'Road of Gypsies - L'épopée Tzigane', and played track 3 on cd2, which cleared all doubts and confirmed the origin of Fizheuer. Actually, Villalobos sampled the 20 seconds intro which he uses as the orchestral brass theme coming later in his track, and otherwise loops a simple bar of the main rythmic pattern (horns & snares), enough to fiddle with some AbletonLive parameters throughout the 30ish minutes. The original lasts 3'48''. It's a soulful, dramatic, hypnotizing and exciting piece of live music... and I'm not exactly a world-music fan, but here I must admit that the electronic treatment is pretty lame compared to the genuine gypsy rendering. Debate aside, I'm thankful to Villalobos for opening my ears (ans hopefully some others) to some original material like this. But next time, some acknowledgment to the obscure folks blowing the horns would be much appreciated...
  • Matty
9 years later... now i actually think this track is fucking genius...
  • Uris
this is a good tune
  • Kale
Yes, at first (or second, or third) listen it's just a repeating loop-based track. But if you listen to the song 1 minute through, and listen at 30 minutes through, all the subtle differences that build up over time become much more apparent. Which is the genius of this track. Each fragment, each sequence, each loop, each sample, is mixed in and out, shuffled, and left to drift so that the end product is quite a different beast from the sampled horns that open this track. Not to mention that its got an incredibly addictive beat. I'm not a club kid and I don't really attend DJ 'events' but I've heard this is killing it on the dance floor in Berlin. It's certainly a statement track (and/or perhaps a cruel joke) and whether you love it or hate it, Villalobos continues to try and push the boundaries of conventional dance music by utilizing as much time and space as possible. Did I mention those horns are catchy?
  • Qusserel
Wow so many comments in so little time, this tune must be something of an event...and it is. This is the most mental piece of dubby house you're likely to hear...37 minutes of ill hypnose, at times touching, at times funny, at times poetic (beautiful latin trumpet motif), at times plain boring. But strangely it works like hell on a dancefloor as i could witness Luciano playing it and burning the floor the other night. Production-wise, Ricardo has a gift to take the simplest, purest elements and work 'em till sickness. At some point the tune seem to live on a life of its own, like some kind of demon or magical entity. But fascinating it certainly is. This is extreme dope music, in all senses of the word.
  • Terr
I can understand the negative comments about this release. However, I do like this tune and I did buy it the other day, because I just think it's fun. I like the brutal and daunting statement that Villalobos makes by making this track 37 minutes long. But apart from that the brass hook is catchy as hell and puts a smile on my face every time, just like Easy Lee and Que Belle Epoque, in all their cheesiness, do. Whoever said that minimal music has to be dark or gloomy all the time? When it comes to its production this record is nothing new, but at the same time this track will prove unavoidable like, let's say, French Kiss by Lil Louis, which is annoying, funny, catchy and arguably far too long as well. Probably, if Ricardo cares to make a 4-minute edit, it might eventually bring him a top-40 hit...
  • Mr_NiCkNaMe
First of all I'd like to ask for an update in the rating system here on Discogs. Instead of the 1-5 system it should be expanded to range from -5 to 5 and this release from Villalobos surely proves that it has to be implemented on Discogs.Rarely does it occur that such a pretentious release see the light of day and at the same time so clearly express what is so wrong in the minimal House scene. When you get carried away by such a hyped release and praise it like many people do it only shows why minimal doesn't go anywhere and why people wants it to be like that. It's safety plain and simple. There's nothing which can spoil your perfect drugrelated buzz and honestly - when something based on only the dullest drum thud carries on for more than half an hour and theres a sudden change I'd praise every single higher power of the universe to drag me out of the ultimate misery of complete boredom.Ricardo is popular due to the fact, that he's a raver like the people who goes out to hear him but most of all he's a "Volksverführer" von Der Minimal Lüge and the priest of Generation Coco Loco.
  • CONVERSE
Although I think that as a dj, Ricardo is cool as hell, I keep wondering what he tries to do in his productions. Instead of keeping them to a usable and listenable length, every new release appears to get longer and more tedious. This one must be the worst yet! The beats and especially the bass show some cool development (in Pt.2), but what is this horrid trumpet tune all about? Undoubtedly he will make it sound good in his own sets, but I sure hope that other dj's will keep their hands of this tune...
  • Auridora
This piece of music is of an incredible depth. It has each and every single programmed midi/audio hits moving all along. Sure it is in the details but the devil is in the details. Of course the beat is hammering, rather upfront and sustaining the 37min piece all along. But again, check the details, check how often the bassline is switching to something completely new, how much real depth is in this piece. And honestly, I’ve never been a huge Villalobos fan, but this time he got me hard and I sure respect the work done here at another level than a simple Dj tool.
  • OwerSpeed
I normally try not to comment on releases unless I think they are really amazing or really god awful, and unfortunately for Villalobos, this one falls under the latter. I couldn't even believe this track the first time I heard it, and I still can't get over how much praise this is getting across the board. It's such absolute trash it's ridiculous. It's on the level where if you had a friend who just got into making music on Fruity Loops and sent you this exact song asking what you thought, you'd avoid replying and hope he doesn't ask you about it again. Being 'Ricardo Villalobos' is no excuse for such a terribly pretentious EP. This is horribly amateur sound design coupled with a nausiating and ultimately worthless hard panned triplet delay for 37 minutes. This EP also suffers from trying to do something that minimal techno hasn't done much before, which is adding muffled marching trumpets that I guess are supposed to remind the listener of Oktoberfest. Maybe if the trumpet lines actually changed or better yet, were actually competent and good, I would like them. So basically, this is one of the worst things I've heard all year. It's such a trainwreck that it ends up being hilarious instead.
  • Vuzahn
DJ track. Nothing more, nothing less. Get the part you want, get the bits you want, hammer them and then put it away. No matter what lofty praises are thrown on this or what writer slobbers on this one. It's really just a long drawn out to the nth degree dj track that gives everything it's chance to twitter and move around so even the worst or most addled dj will feel that they're banging it. Musically, he's done stuff that is much more interesting and worthy of the listeners attention as well.