1994’s Minimal Nation is one of Robert Hood‘s many landmark releases in the techno genre, and now it will be given a deluxe 3 x LP (white vinyl / CD inside) make over and repress by Hood’s own record label, M-Plant.

The record remains at the top of every music elitist’s list as having some of the most important tracks in techno music; it’s title becoming the very blueprint for a new generation of machine-funk makers, warehouse movers, and minimal techno worshippers. From the barest of elements, Hood weaves ten tales of insistent, urgent sonics designed to move the phuture-floor, and who better than Hood himself to explain the forces behind this seminal LP: “Minimal Nation is not just a collection of rhythm tracks, but a supernatural work of art realized.”

You can order the record right now over at the Bleep website, and you can purchase the album immediately in high quality audio formats by clicking here.