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dv2.5 — OttO Vector


Released: July 10, 2006

OttO Vector dv2.5

Track Listing:

  1. That Way
  2. Life Without It
  3. Control
  4. You Know That I Know
  5. Lots To Say
  6. Just That
  7. This Life
  8. Watch What You Say [Live]
  9. Life Without It [The Slave Remix]


All songs written, produced, engineered and mixed by OttO Vector [M. Glaser, A. Lemanek, R. Miller, W. Daviddi, D. Lee].  Published by WHERE DO THESE STAIRS GO (ASCAP)

Lyrics, Photos and MORE:

Download the dv2.5 digital booklet!
View the dv2.5 digital booklet online

The Wind-It-Up-&-Go Tale of Dv2.5 

“A lot of guys want to be with me…”  Created in several non-traditional hodgepodge basement “studios” during a very hot summer, OttO Vector’s self-produced debut Dv2.0 was released in the fall of 2004.   “Our collective experience as ‘studio engineers’ was basically nil, and our budget to produce an album was next-to-nothing,” stated OttO Vector’s Andrew “Ginseng” Lemanek.  “For better or worse, we made [Dv2.0] entirely on our own.  While the results definitely aren’t as polished as our later releases, the finished work is extremely representative of OttO Vector’s sound/vibe during our first year as a band.”

As OttO Vector prepared to release their sophomore album (3-D Odyssey), the initial print run of Dv2.0 quickly dwindled.  Rather than simply reprint the sold-out CD, OttO Vector opted to remix/re-master Dv2.0’s original tracks.  As an added bonus, the band scoured the vaults to include a handful of unreleased recordings of early demo tracks: Just That, This Life and a live version of Watch What You Say.  Rounding out the retitled dv2.5 release- Life Without It [The Slave Remix], remixed by friend and fellow electro-geek Rob Stuart (of Toronto’s SLAVE to the SQUAREwave).

Fun Facts:

This Life is the first song that Sonic and Ginseng wrote together…nearly 4 years before being released on dv2.5!  To maximize exposure to the re-release, dv2.5 was unveiled at the 3-D Odyssey album-release show.


The Record – MEGA Interview


This album is available for purchase from your favorite digital audio retailer (iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, etc.).  If you absolutely MUST have a CD, physical media can be purchased at any OttO Vector performance or from cdbaby.

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