Circuit Breaker ‎– Trac-X

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Probe Records ‎– PRO 9
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

Dis Side
A Trac-X (Crazy 8's Mix)
Dat Side
B1 Trac-Y
B2 Trac-Z

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side A): Pro 9 Dis Side WARNING: THIS RECORD CONTAINS NO MUSIC NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side B): Pro 9 Dat Side HOWEVER TO SOME...NOISE IS JUST ANOTHER TERM FOR MUSIC NSC

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July 13, 2015
A really heavy, nasty release. It's disgusting! I love it.
Deskjet

Deskjet

June 3, 2012
Heavy corker. Bought this in the day it was still expensive, but still worth every penny. Everyone should have this in his/her collection. Hawtin makes your ears burn with this one. My copy is a little bit out of centre, which makes the effect even greater!
jazzliscious

jazzliscious

March 17, 2004

Get the FUNK out! This one was "hardcore" before gabber became hardcore. Pretty hardcore. As one reviewer states, I don't know how Hawtin kept it so funktified despite being so damn hardcore. Richie Hawtin's ability to program drums is his strongest suit. He managed to keep them very arranged and never seemed to just use the overused Boom-tss-Boom-tss-Boom-tss-Boom-tss patterns of much of his competition. This is one of my faves and with luck will be the proud owner of it soon. Can't say too much more than that this is class stuff. They don't write 'em like that anymore! Check it!
Jav

Jav

July 25, 2003

Techno for all the storm-troopers outthere !!! made when Techno was developing into a hard, Industrial period. I never heard this track in a club but I'm sure the speakers would have taken a battering - If you ever want to test a new set od speakers then I suggest you use this track !! The frequency and distortion are way off scale and how Hawtin manages to keep it all funky is a credit to him...
brandnewsuit

brandnewsuit

May 12, 2002

don`t know until today how to discribe theses beats: overmodulated bass drum, I admit, not the first tracs they occur (if I remeber correctely they are already to find on probe 007), but not of such intenseness as on this Richie Hawtin aka Circuit Breaker work which is model for many
gabber productions, but only concerning it`s beats, cause the tracs x,y and z are made of nothings else than beats + a deep buzzing, very hard to find contemporary productions like this one!