2 Kilos ? ‎– Vision Of Paradise

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Radioactive Lamb ‎– RAL002
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Feel So Good
Written-By – J. Cicero*
A2 Supernature
Written-By – J. Cicero*, P. Cutler*
A3 Drum Heads In The Sun
Written-By – P. Cutler*
B1 Visions
Written-By – J. Cicero*
B2 Paradise
Written-By – P. Cutler*
B3 Break Wonder
Written-By – The Lamb*
B4 On My Trip
Written-By – The Lamb*

Notes

Limited pressing of 150 copies available in blue vinyl.

Although the center label states a total of seven tracks, there are actually only 5 tracks on the vinyl - 3 on the A side, and 2 on the B side. This is true for both the black and the blue vinyl editions.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RAL - 002 - A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RAL - 002 - B-1 PA 5013 MT

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DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

August 8, 2017
edited 6 months ago

Love all the tunes on here...But Supernature still nips it to the post.... Love the Kraftwerk flute loop!!! And that stuttered beat sample is head banging...This is Jungle Techno ;)
8892sales

8892sales

December 7, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
I totally agree with the user below regarding Drum Heads In The Sun. My favourite track on this release. To be honest, it's a fairly simple concept. But as they say, simple is often the best. Rough, solid and hissy amen break - almost metallic in nature. An assortment of bleeps and squeaks and the synth bassline sampled from the 1980s underground electro classic High Fidelity Three - B-Boys Breakdance all approximately running at around 130BPM.

In contrast to others on here, I've always felt "Supernature" was a complete and utter steaming pile of dog poo and the worst track on this release. Actually sounds like it's been played too fast rather than made that way. Unlike other tracks which were quantized and pressed correctly at that fast speed and don't sound abnormal. It kind of reminds me a bit of Automation's - New Style track. That particular track sounds awful at the correct speed, but much, much better at 33 ⅓ RPM imo. There's also a very slight improvement when this track is pitched down, although the difference in improvement doesn't come close to the former.

For a darker, more sinister affair check out "Paradise". Quite unnerving in places.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L42GjkHNy6o
MalcolmMcAtee

MalcolmMcAtee

June 9, 2016
Drum Heads in the Sun is a amen smasher, Sampled by Doc Scott for "Here Comes the Drums"
billcorey

billcorey

September 3, 2012
This was so fast when it was released, pretty sure nothing was as fast, sounded ridiculous, then it became less absurd as music got faster and now just sounds speedy but stil avin it