Basic Channel ‎– Phylyps Trak II

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Basic Channel ‎– BC 09
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Phylyps Trak II/I 12:12
B Phylyps Trak II/II 13:04

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side A): BC 09
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side B): BC Ø9

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BC 09 Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II(12", RP) Basic Channel BC 09 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
BC-09 Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II(12", RM) Basic Channel BC-09 Germany 2008 Sell This Version
BC-09 Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II(2xFile, FLAC) Basic Channel BC-09 Germany 2008
BC 09 Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II(12", RE, RP, Cle) Basic Channel BC 09 Germany 2003 Sell This Version
BC-09 Basic Channel Phylyps Trak II(2xFile, MP3, 320) Basic Channel BC-09 Germany 2008

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michael.efstathiou.9

michael.efstathiou.9

March 23, 2016
edited 4 months ago
Personally i dont give a damn if Radioslave ripped this off on the Berghain 03 part I release. Its so fucking expensive anyway less than 50% here would buy it. Just think of it like this. If the 2 tracks are almost identica (which they pretty much are)... this just means theres a cheaper copy online for you to enjoy. 10/10 for me I love long tracks. II/I is by far the most superior on the release. But II/II is very good too, reminds me of Shed's alias Wax production that one
djseansv

djseansv

September 2, 2015
edited 10 months ago
Radio Slave ripped this off.. for shame. this is the shit
thefin

thefin

August 13, 2015

The older I get, the better this track gets. It's a definite contender for the best track of all time. It's timeless and can be played in almost any set in any situation to any crowd. Incredible stuff.
martinbryce2610

martinbryce2610

December 4, 2013
The II/II has The Perfect Bassline.

Enough Said
thefbk

thefbk

June 20, 2012

This record MIXES WITH NEARLY EVERYTHING. I play doubles of it. it is quite possibly a perfect recording. I love this record, I will play it until my death, probably. If you don't have a copy, BUY ONE. At nearly any price. If you have not heard it, LISTEN. And listen again...then BUY ONE. If you can...
Duds1

Duds1

August 11, 2011
Its Minimalism at its best! Want the Record.
carlton

carlton

January 25, 2011
Phylyps Trak II/II is unbelivable. With not so many elements this guys created an awesome atmosphere. For me mixing some of the best dub techno, minimal and funky electronics I've ever heard. Repetitive sould people... And now you think... 94'? Oh my god! One of the best techno tracks I've heard. True words.
another_sam

another_sam

May 26, 2010
edited over 6 years ago

can't buy phylyps trak II with "Buy Digital" button. only "phylyps trak" (1).

anyway, B side is best temazo i've ever listened. I mean it. it's like perfect. nothing miss, nothing sobra.

can't understand how minimal has become the the depressing shit it is (or it is generally sold as) nowadays.
RodriguezAlhambra

RodriguezAlhambra

March 21, 2009

After some years of electronic music experience i'm totally sure that BC-09 is one of the 10, maybe 5 best records in the history.

The A side is a repetitive 12 minutes trip through the techno side of Basic Channel's mind.
This track is a train of contagious rhythm which no one techno lover can resist. You want to dance it from the beginning till to end.
It's absolutely underground but it will rock every dancefloor everywhere, any time!
Phylyps II/I is everything you should know about techno.
The statement of pure Basic Channel techno conception, which remains very current.

If this is not enough, on the B side, we have maybe the best club track ever made.
Not because i love it so much or it's masterfully composed, but because it contains the essence of the whole electronic modern club music.
5 or more years in advance.
It's immortal.
Practically a legend.

I'm surprised that someone gived to this record a "4" and not a "5".
This is perfect stuff.
Nothing less, nothing more.
The apex.

Sincerely, i'm sure this record will have a place in a museum, one day.
quidity

quidity

December 27, 2008
Many are familiar with track two. It has a dance floor sensibility that many basic channel records don't share. In fact Doc Martin used it well by sampling it for a remix he did some number of years ago. But i believe that the first side is overlooked. Not as dj friendly a mix, it has a hypnotic resonance that can storm any space. It's subtle sound shifts can easily be missed when you drop the needle through the track. I recomend starting from the beginning and let it play. You will experience a journey unmatched by most "dub" techno. It is a serious tool for experienced and fearless dj's.