The Advent ‎– Recreations

Kombination Research ‎– KR002LP
2 × Vinyl, 12"

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A1 Untitled (Adam Beyer & Peter Benisch Remix)
Remix – Adam Beyer, Peter Benisch
A2 Untitled (Mark Broom Remix)
Remix – Mark Broom
B1 Untitled (Player Remix)
Remix – Player
B2 Untitled (Wla Garcia Remix)
Remix – Wla Garcia
C1 Untitled (Gaetano Parisio Remix)
Remix – Gaetano Parisio
C2 Untitled (Damon Wild Remix)
Remix – Damon Wild
D1 Untitled (Rino Cerrone Remix)
Remix – Rino Cerrone
D2 Untitled (A. Paul Remix)
Remix – A. Paul

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  • Mastered ByNiLZ*


"The Advent presents Recreations" (Part 1)

Original creations produced and programmed by Cisco Ferreira at Akoma Worx 1997 - 2001.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side A): Eurodisc | MPO | KR 002 LP | A2
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side B): MPO | KR 002 LP | B1 | Nilz - The Exchange
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side C): Eurodisc | MPO | KR 002 LP | C1 | Nilz - The Exchange
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching runout side D): MPO | KR 002 LP | D1 | Nilz - The Exchange

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KRDLP1 The Advent ReCreations Part 1(8xFile, MP3, 320) Kombination Research KRDLP1 UK 2010
KR002LP1 The Advent Recreations Part 1(2x12", W/Lbl, Promo) Kombination Research KR002LP1 UK 2002 Sell This Version


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January 17, 2018

Looking at this release in 2017, the only track worth mentioning here is the Mark Broom remix. the first commentor is actually correct in that this remix package is packed to the brim with talented names but not so much talented output. But the Mark Broom mix really stands out above the rest for its simplicity and playful energy. I have seen many a raver dancing like wild maniacs with the biggest smiles on their faces when this one comes on. It is a sound that you do not hear often if at all anymore and it is really a refreshingly happy track to play with tons of groove. Well worth the purchase just for this one track.


September 5, 2013

I bought this recently for the Mark Broom and Gaetano Parisio remixes.


February 19, 2004
Above comments are a little misleading. Mark Broom's rework is probably the most surprising, and probably the one to chase. Though Broom is known for a particularly aggressive strain of British techno, he reverts Advent's relentlessly fast pace to a slower, funkier one, and overlays a simple but enticing layer of synths for an all-around sexy track. Portugal's WLA Garcia puts forth a darker, colder version of the Advent original, and Parisio's flavor is on par. This is a quality compilation with an assembly of fine producers--well worth the time and money.


November 19, 2002

Adam Beyer, Rino Cerrone, Gaetano Parisio, Mark Broom,...big names in the scene indeed. So this means that the expectations of this 2x12" were fairly high. The first track from Adam Beyer is a good pumping one (a bit funky to)with a nice break. The Mark Broom remix isn't funky, hard or pumping, it' s just boring techno (rate: 4/10). The same for the Player remix. WLa Garcia intentions were OK but the track is just to noisy and busy. On the the C and D side there are two good tracks: Gaetano Parisio gives a more italian touch to the B-track on KR 04. That's the only good track on the second record! My impression of this double pack? Money! They wanted to make money in a quick way. The original versions on Kombination Research are much, much better!!