BT - Fibonacci Sequence

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BT - Fibonacci Sequence

Postby Genesis » Tue Jul 08, 2008 2:01 pm

If you haven't listened to Fibonacci Sequence then you either have been living underneath a rock or have been born into Trance only last year.
This release is not only one of the ultimate classics in electronic and breakbeat music but it shot BT to stardom into the 2000's (not that he hasn't acquired it in the 90's from the first place) with its elegance, creativity, and beautiful variety of so many layers in its structure.

BT is Brian Wayne Transeau known for his works since 1994 starting with Godspeed as his first release.
He has released 8 artist albums so far and countless singles throughout.
Fibonacci Sequence is the gist of BT's work from the 90s. Putting his multi-instrumental skills in practice: BT created a stunner that simply earned its place up there between the greats of Digweed, Sasha, Warren, Cass & Glide, Grey Area, Hybrid, and all the legends of the late 90s in EDM. Breakbeats never sounded so good...

Fibonacci Sequence was never remixed, never released on CD, and never been released on a BT album. I guess keeping this tune in the shadow worked out well until Sasha played it in GU:Ibiza. Not that I'd provoke him from doing so; I'm more than happy he did.


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Label: Headspace
Catalog#: HEDST003
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Country: UK
Released: 2000
Genre: Electronic
Style: Breakbeat



And as BT says in the tune:

Mathematics is the Language of the Nature

PS:If you haven't listened to the tune yet, run a search on youtube and you'd find it there. Then get back here and scream...
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Postby samlbronkowitz » Tue Jul 08, 2008 4:40 pm

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Postby DIONYSOS » Wed Jul 09, 2008 8:58 am

A production ahead of its time, like most of BT's works.
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Postby A-Cube » Wed Jul 09, 2008 12:33 pm

Ahhhh...I was going to post a BT release soon...but another Brian freak did it before me :mrgreen: ...in a previous topic I clearly announced that Fibonacci Sequence is by far my favorite production by this guy...

Genesis wrote:Breakbeats never sounded so good...

Fibonacci Sequence was never remixed, never released on CD, and never been released on a BT album. I guess keeping this tune in the shadow worked out well until Sasha played it in GU:Ibiza. Not that I'd provoke him from doing so; I'm more than happy he did.


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Re: BT - Fibonacci Sequence

Postby DiabloK » Wed Oct 15, 2008 8:05 pm

Genesis wrote:.

BT is Brian Wayne Transeau known for his works since 1994 starting with Godspeed as his first release.

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sorry to correct but Godspeed was released in 1998 http://www.discogs.com/release/18443
BT 1st major release was IMA in 1995 http://www.artistdirect.com/nad/store/a ... 81,00.html
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Postby Genesis » Wed Oct 15, 2008 10:08 pm

Oh, I read somewhere that he made it in 1994 but it never got a release on a label until 1998. Ah well, I could be wrong... Thanks anyway.
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