Adam Beyer & Lenk ‎– Drum Code No.1 Remix E.P.

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Primate Recordings ‎– PRMT 019
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Drum Code No. 1 (Planetary Assault Systems Remix 1)
Remix – Planetary Assault Systems
5:05
A2 Drum Code No. 1 (Planetary Assault Systems Remix 2)
Remix – Planetary Assault Systems
5:47
AA1 Drum Code No. 1 (Adam Beyer Remix)
Remix – Adam Beyer
4:49
AA2 Drum Code No. 1 (Original Mix) 5:31

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Special thanks to Luke Slater & Peacefrog Records.
℗ & © Primate Recordings 1997
Made in England

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 029840 001911
  • Barcode (String): 5029840001911
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-out): PRMT 019 A1 THE EXCHANGE - NILZ MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Run-out): PRMT 019 AA1 THE EXCHANGE - NILZ MPO

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robberblackdog

robberblackdog

August 9, 2010
This re mix Ep is ok but only if you spend a few £/$ on it . not top stuff but ok to play about with if you are bored of your other tunes
you should search out the original drum code record as that is 5/5
jussumen

jussumen

February 22, 2003

What a shame . The PAS remixes are the worst piece of sh*t ever pressed on vinyl. The original tracks on AA are ace and worth the purchase of this very fine repress on the strength of the original and the LENK Remix alone.Outstanding stuff from one of the best labels ever (drumcode) which is getting the long deserved recognition , they should have gotten from this very first release on ..(Why did Luke Slater remix this ugly bullsh*t , 1997 saw many a good trax by PAS . I don't get it . Maybe it was a bet who could release the worst remix and get away with it . No drive , nothing fits together , uninspired and basically just putting pieces together without any musical instinct)
hias

hias

September 26, 2002

Back in the good "old" days Adam create a classic tune for a special Label: Drumcode! Luke Slater makes a nice work on his remixes but the original track is over the top.