Alchemist & Fade ‎– Sweet Inspiration / Totally Confused

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Burn Out Records ‎– BOR 1
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A Sweet Inspiration
Vocals – Vicki Vale
5:28
B Totally Confused 5:23

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FOR ALCHEMIST DJ BOOKINGS, DEMOS, INFORMATION CONTACT: 0385 376035

ALCHEMIST SHOUTS & RESPECT TO:
SEAN & THE DIE HARD FAMILY, GARY & BOGEY AT THE PLEASUREDOME, HYPERBOLIC, UPRISING,
SUNNY SIDE UP, CALVIN & THE BISCUIT MUNCHERS, STOURBRIDGE BONKERS POSSE,
ANDY, GEORGE, FADE, CLARKEE, DJ FORCE, SLIPMATT, SCOTT BROWN, DJ SHOCKOUT,
JAY PRESCOTT, BRISK, ALL THE DIE HARD BASEMENT NUTTERS, RAMOS, SUPREME,
SUNSET REGIME, DJ PAUL-O (RUFFNECK MIXIN' CHICKEN), IMAGE TERRORISTS,
DAVE THE MANAGER, RESONATE, DJ BREAKDOWN, SMILEY, THE DETONATOR,
MC STORM, RICCOCHET, HEATWAVE, TEKNO-TASH (BABE), JENNY, LISA,
VICKI, UNITE, AND ANYONE WHO CAN SET UP A MONITOR SO THAT YOU
CAN ACTUALLY HEAR THE FUCKING THING!!
BUZZIN!
BURN OUT RECORDS: 0171 3868683/01384 443052
DISTRIBUTED BY ALPHAMAGIC/BMG
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Issued in a Burn Out Records die-cut company sleeve.

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November 17, 2007

The birth of Burn Out records.

Here we have the debut release of Burn Out, and i have mixed feelings im afraid. One thing about this vinyl, it is Very Unique, whether that is a good thing or not, i think it might be up to you to decide, but ill get on with the review.

Side A Sweet Inspiration.
Quite a hard and heavy happy hardcore track, kick drum on distort, hard swirling cut up breaks (There must be 4 or so breakbeats), piercing hoover. But the lush pad/string mellows it out considerably. It takes a little while to get to the breakdown, a little more than most other happy hardcore tracks. In the middle it seems to stop, with just a vocal part. Then it starts to slowly re start, with the breaks, then just progresses again. 'Finally' we get the breakdown. Its very subtle, beutiful piano and vocals, with a nice string. It turns totally alot softer and mellow. This track is probably slightly above average, maybe just average, im not feeling it too much, but its quite a unique and intelligently done track.

Side B Totally Confused.
This is probably the weirdest happy hardcore track i have heard. Alot of breaks like the A side. Then comes in the stompy low end kick, then what the! The weirdest stab i have ever heard!!!! It has possibly several thousand phasers on it, it's so phasered that its hard to tell if its in key or not. Then we have this stuttered vocal "Total Confusion" Then a weird melody with this silly stab! But i must say, One of the most beutiful breakdowns, both of the tracks have, maybe this one is better, beutiful pads and chimes! Then it stuffs up! Im seriously what the hell, why is it ruined after the breakdown with the crazy stab sequence!

As you see, i have mixed feelings on this vinyl. In the B side, they sure know how to ruin a great track... Very unfortunate, although i just wished the B side had a diff stab and a good climax! You can either Love it or Hate it, but im not sure, i dont hate it, but i dont love it. It's hard for me to make up my mind on this vinyl. Maybe its up for you to decide.