Abacus ‎– The Relics E.P.

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Prescription ‎– PRES106
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Tracklist

A1 The Abacus Chat
A2 Relics One Mix Two
AA1 Relics One
AA2 A Place In Time

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We caught up with the man who made all the rules, and he said that it's ok to make new rules - Timeless Children

Ⓟ&© 1994 by Bang On Music
Prescription Music ASCAP

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  • Matrix / Runout: M.M.M.J.R.
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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missing_dogs

missing_dogs

December 23, 2016
Someone wants to sell or trade? You can check my records I have for sale
DavidMarroquin

DavidMarroquin

December 15, 2015
Is this the best deep house record of all time? Once you hear these tracks you have to stop and take that question seriously
juliunc90

juliunc90

May 1, 2015
With the glut of 'lost'/hard to obtain house cuts re-surfacing over the last couple of years, how nice would it be if this one got the re-up treatment??!
nachomenendez

nachomenendez

October 21, 2014
``We caught up with the man who made all the rules, and he said that it's ok to make new rules'' -Timeless Children
VladdyPants

VladdyPants

March 13, 2014
SOUL FOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!! E S S E N T I A L!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
DanseSounz

DanseSounz

December 14, 2011
Classic release...
soul_food

soul_food

September 4, 2010
edited over 6 years ago
If you could call a track perfect then "Relics One Mix Two" could be it. Every sound/note/chord on this track was crafted with care and precision. An amazing bassline, deep deep deep dark chords, brilliant arrangement, lovely Rhodes and an array of analogue sounds to make your mouth water. Amazing in every way, if you like Larry Heard, Chez Damier, RT, G Strings, Classic Man, GU etc... then hunt this 12" down at all costs. Perfect! Please note that the track on YouTube listed as "Relics One Mix Two" is not the correct one but is track 2 on the other side.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

June 20, 2002
One of the first few things from Abacus.
Deeeeeeeeep, conscious house, for the heads.
beautiful, not many other records from this period or since have used sounds like these. A very strong willed collection of songs that if you can pull off playing you deserve praise.
For the dark room and a feeling crowd.