B.C. ‎– Stronghold

i.t.p. recordings ‎– ITP005
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM

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ITP005 B.C. Stronghold(12", Promo, W/Lbl) i.t.p. recordings ITP005 UK 1994 Sell This Version


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April 3, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
a-side 'stronghold' is where it's at. rhythmically dense, fierce, dubbed out techno weapon. has an implosive fervour comparable to 'phylyps trak' - a resemblance seldom awarded.


February 26, 2015
This track, as first heard on Dave Angel's X-Mix (so looooong ago) kind of changed my life. I had never heard anything like it at that point....breakbeat with this menacing yet completely absorbing synth line, teasing a bit, then BAM, around 4 min., this focused and driving explosion of high hats and kick drum sending you into hands-in-the-air land. Good times!


September 2, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

Probably most known for kicking off the real start of the near lengendary techno X mix by Dave angel. Robert Leiners probably best track not done under the Source / Source Experience names. It's techno but its almost electro. But can to me still fit into an industrial set. The real hook is the melodic part sound that throws off the song timing making the song feel funky in a way although firmly in techno seeing it should almost be electro. A real subliminal feeling track with rhythm's. This rhythm just doesn't get old. Its loopy techno but in a loose way. Almost Basic Channel. That's where the genuine feelng comes out. Where machines make music with emotion. And why 1994 was such a great year in techno