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Rota

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
12 NoMu 23 3Phase* Rota(12", S/Sided) NovaMute 12 NoMu 23 UK 1993 Sell This Version
P12 NoMu 23 3Phase* Rota(12", S/Sided, Promo) NovaMute P12 NoMu 23 UK 1993 Sell This Version

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marlinmusic

marlinmusic

January 31, 2021
referencing Rota, 12", S/Sided, Promo, P12 NoMu 23

Total tune,Under rated 90’s classic
Try mixing with Pob strata
wakeyladhere

wakeyladhere

December 28, 2019
referencing Rota, 12", S/Sided, 12 NoMu 23
Played on the first Andy Weatherall BBC essential mix. Banger.
Duds1

Duds1

November 24, 2017
referencing Rota, 12", S/Sided, Promo, P12 NoMu 23
For me, it's maybe the first ever Tech-Trance track. And one of the best, without any doubt,
jazzliscious

jazzliscious

May 6, 2004
referencing Rota, 12", S/Sided, Promo, P12 NoMu 23

OOOOOHHH YEAH! This forgotten classic is hard for this old boy to forget. Call it house or call it what you will, I will call it CLASSIC TECHNO! The fantastic mixing and the oh-so-delectible sounds add up to one of the best! Buyers beware, there is as I write one for sale in Germany right now! I'd get it! I have it on like three different NovaMute releases so I don't need to own another one-sided promo. OK, aside from the great house flavor it has nice elements of trance and some of those deep DEEP sounds that make a drugged-up raver feel like they're floating through the cosmos. I don't need drugs, thank you, the music itself takes me there. I must have heard this one ten thousand times since late 1993, and I'm still not sick of it! I never will be I assure you that! I love 3 Phase, I told him that via e-mail and I want the world to know that this artist supplied the world with an all-too-brief supply of the most well-crafted techno ever written and produced! This is what techno was all about to me for a while there before it started getting stale in 1995 when everybody became "DJ-oriented" and forgot how to add a few changes to the track. This suffers not from any maladies, only timeless melodies! This track should be deified like the less-than-stellar Plastikman "Sheet One" album, I feel it's much more deserving. But hey, the best gems remain hidden for years before someone unearths them at the right time and place. This one's waiting, all you DJs out there! Bring it back from the shadows. It IS that good!