Aztech Sol / Guided Methods ‎– Untitled

Compu_Sol ‎– CSOL 002
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Aztech Sol No Reason, Just Logic
B1 Guided Methods Rugburns
B2 Guided Methods Rugburns (Digital Papis Deep Penetration Dub)
Remix – Digital Papi

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Mastered @ Capsule Mastering Lab L.A.
A Side: 45 RPM
B Side: 33 ⅓ RPM

This project is dedicated to Juan Hernandez.
May his soul rest in eternal dance.


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January 10, 2018

"Rugburns" is so killer! I play this one all the time, so light and springy :)


January 4, 2018
Please contact me if you wanna sell. words words words


August 2, 2016
edited 4 months ago
Wow, Rugburns is incredible! Love the review from TIM - if anyone is selling I would be interested!!

Edit: Shout out to andrewmacari1 [a.k.a. Guided Methods] for listing this at £108...</3


June 1, 2016
Please inform me when you want to sell. Highly interested!


September 11, 2011
edited over 5 years ago

So 2002 I was at Wax records on melrose in Los Angeles shopping for some vinyl. Came across 2 cool looking promos with interesting names and fonts. Often when I purchase music I like to take a few risks and buy music hoping I will be floored when I get home and put on the music in my comfortable surrounding. When i went to the counter to purchase the music the gentleman asked me "where did you hear about this artist?". I said I haven't, the records just look cool. He said "oh, the records are done by me (Gabriel Ortega). I said "oh cool, hope they are good" and dont remember saying much else. I had bought both first 2 compu_sol 001 and 002.

Took them home and yep, i was floored. No reason, Just logic is a track will have everyone asking "what the heck is that dope ass record!?!!!". One of my best finds. Came to discogs the next day at work and added them. All I can describe is that its electro / tech house with reggae feel that when you get to the part where the beats start rolling it starts to jack, you will want to shake your ass. This will kill any dance floor.

Record hunting is like treasure hunting sometimes.