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Tresor Unveils Reissue Of 1993 Robert Hood LP As The Vision
Christian Eede , March 21st, 2023 15:26

'Waveform Transmission Vol. 2' has been remastered especially for the updated release

Tresor is reissuing a classic album by Robert Hood to mark its 30th anniversary.

Waveform Transmission Vol. 2 was released under Hood's The Vision alias, carrying the raw techno sound that would become Hood's signature through the latter half of the '90s. The record originally came out in 1993, the year that Hood left his hometown of Detroit and relocated to New York with fellow Underground Resistance co-founder Jeff Mills.

The album has been newly remastered especially for Tresor's reissue, and will be made available digitally and on vinyl. Hood has also contributed sleeve notes to the vinyl edition, in which he dedicates the record "to the form of simplicity, the reasoning of vision, the understanding of where we came from and how we got here and to the perspective we use to construct over destiny."

The reissue comes amid a flurry of activity from Tresor in recent months, with the label releasing a new album from Surgeon, Crash Recoil, just last week, and also soon reissuing a classic album from Drexciya's James Stinson, under his Shifted Phases alias, later in March.

Tresor will release Waveform Transmission Vol. 2 on May 26, 2023.