Basic Channel ‎– Quadrant Dub

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Basic Channel ‎– BC 06
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Quadrant Dub I 15:36
B Quadrant Dub II 20:56

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side A): BC 06 NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side B): BC Ø6 NSC

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BC-06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(12", MP) Basic Channel BC-06 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
BC-06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(2xFile, MP3, 320) Basic Channel BC-06 Germany 2008
BC-06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(2xFile, AIFF) Basic Channel BC-06 Germany 2012
BC 06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(12", RM) Basic Channel BC 06 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
BC-06 Basic Channel Quadrant Dub(2xFile, FLAC) Basic Channel BC-06 Germany 2008

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jonny_mcintosh

jonny_mcintosh

August 27, 2020
edited 16 days ago

Are the times right for this? On my copy the 20:56 track is labelled ‘Quadrant Dub I’ and the 15:36 ‘Quadrant Dub II’. Perhaps the labels have been put on the wrong sides, but the matrix inscriptions are no help: I've got ‘BC 06’ and an NSC mark on both sides.
jackoldman

jackoldman

August 23, 2020
unbelievable how greatly good these are. blend the b-side in and watch people float carelessly for 20 minutes.
Musicfan723

Musicfan723

December 2, 2019
I got a copy that seems to have Dub I on both sides A and B. I’ve been listening to this on the internet for a while now and Dub II, the feel house version, is definitely not on my pressing... Anyone else have this ?
Pierre-Cdr

Pierre-Cdr

December 26, 2017
This EP is absolutely beautiful, real timeless dubs
much love in this atmosphere !
matId

matId

December 20, 2017

For me, this is the most remarkable dub techno record ever made. 15 minutes long ”Dub I” describes the whole dub techno genre in a nutshell. Other side is a deep house version of the same track, which is also excellent work, but it is much more dance floor oriented than ”Dub I”. This record is described as a ”remix” from ”I’m your brother”, but like other ”remixes” by Moritz von Oswald and Mark Ernestus (like Paperclip People remakes), you cannot find the original track from this record at all, except some really silent distorted string noise in the background from the original that most of the people can’t even hear. Everything else is completely rewritten from start to end, and in between. Typical Basic Channel sound also represents their unique use of vocoder in melodical chord sounds generated from beats, noise or whatsever with feedbacked delays, that are presented in this record as well. The result in Dub I is the most hypnotising techno sound you can find in any techno record. Minimalism, functionalism, white noise in the background. Every sound has its own purpose and place. Any needless sounds just do not exist. This is a masterpiece.
jvarese

jvarese

December 9, 2016
all time classic
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TZTH

TZTH

September 21, 2016
It's 22 years ago and still doesn't sound dated at all, masterpiece!
buzz_lighter

buzz_lighter

March 26, 2016
Is there a way to tell if what I have is the original press or the remastered one? I still have a sticker on it: 101250-01 BC 06/00036 MLI/4.
micromoogman

micromoogman

February 9, 2016
Has the vinyl record "built in" cracks and noise? It sounds like that... It looks perfect.
nuggetreggae2

nuggetreggae2

January 30, 2016
One of my two copies has BC 06 on both sides, rather than BC Ø6 for the B-side, anyone else?