- The LP, originally released in 2000, comes with two unreleased tracks
Tresor is putting out a new version of Terrence Dixon's From The Far Future on October 14th.
The album was the Detroit techno producer's first long-player under his own name, released back in 2000. It was also his debut on the German label. (12 years later, Tresor put out a follow-up called From The Far Future Pt. 2.)
The new version of From The Far Future is the first pressing of the LP since its initial release. It comes with a 7-inch featuring two previously unreleased tracks, "What Up" and "Shuffle All Circuits."
The reissue comes at a time of renewed interest in Dixon, thanks to a handful of releases under his Population One moniker, including appearances on Nina Kraviz's Trip label. In 2014 he announced his retirement, though records have continued to come out since.
Check out "Running Time."
A1 Running Time
A2 The Bionic Man (Remix)
A3 Early Space Pioneers
B2 One Bedroom Apartment
C1 Detroit Express
C2 Reasons (Vocal Mix)
D1 Bonus Beat (Remix)
D2 Hard Times
A What Up
B Shuffle All Circuits
Tresor will release From The Far Future on October 14th, 2016.