Baruka ‎– Play It Loud

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
NV 002 Baruka Play It Loud(12") Night Vision NV 002 Netherlands 1994 Sell This Version
MONOID 027 Baruka Play It Loud(2x12") Monoïd MONOID 027 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
monoid 027-6 Baruka Play It Loud (Part 1 Of 2)(12", W/Lbl, Sti) Monoïd monoid 027-6 Germany Unknown Sell This Version

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elektrooett

elektrooett

February 25, 2018
referencing Play It Loud, 12", NV 002

this was available for a few bucks not so many moons ago.its a great record,i wonder who is responsible for that hype price.
MrFonktrain

MrFonktrain

September 7, 2007
referencing Play It Loud, 12", NV 002

Play A1 at -8, open the mid and high EQ's and go for the ultimate Techhouse feeling in its most original sense. This track combines the stomping, dirty rawness of the early 90's Benelux-Techno-House-Sound with a certain minimal aesthetic that sounds like M_nus in 2007, yet beating current preset minimal tunes by far. Surely one to make the crowd go outta their minds and a real collectors item if you take a look at the cover...
MrsBaird

MrsBaird

July 27, 2007
edited 10 months ago
referencing Play It Loud, 12", NV 002

This 12" by Baruka is one of the most underrated vinyl productions to date. The "FX"-Remix features a sound that has to be described as the birth of Minimal Techno / Tech House long before its time. Featuring a lot of funk feel and slick groove programming and production.
bhbognar

bhbognar

July 29, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
referencing Play It Loud, 2x12", MONOID 027
Orlando Voorn probably had little idea of the magnitude of his Baruka project's "Play It Loud" when it was first released in the early 90s. Now the well-respected Monoïd label has released the track once again, this time with a wide array of remixes and updates. Not surprisingly, the original still stands head and shoulders above the pack, with an ever-changing, ever-twisted set of synth lines, and a sick bassline to underpin it all. Though the reworks are of consistent quality, one of the disappointments comes from the otherwise effective Sam Session, who gets a bit lazy and unfortunately even-handed in his version. It's worth the original and the alternative take alone. Play it LOUD.