Beam (4) ‎– Get Higher

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Suck Me Plasma ‎– SUCK 17
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Vinyl, 12"
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Recorded at Blue Chip Studio. Published by Warner Chappell Music.

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUCK 17 CD, Suck 17 Beam (4) Get Higher(CD, Maxi) Suck Me Plasma, Suck Me Plasma SUCK 17 CD, Suck 17 Germany 1992 Sell This Version

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Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

November 30, 2013

I bought the CDM recently since I wanted to revisit this release. I hadn't listen to this for a couple of years. Pretty underrated and obscure house-trance and among the lesser known releases from Suck Me Plasma. Nice production involving nice proto-trance synths, house percussion and typical Euro House female vocal. The best track for me however is "X'Udation Trance" a sweet proto-trance track that strongly resembles typical piano house from the early 90's. The piano in the intro always screams "nostalgia" in my mind. Super cheap and easy to find. Well worth tracking this down for side B1 and also for the title track.
jazzliscious

jazzliscious

December 12, 2003

This release may not be an epic ground-breaker, but it is a very well-produced "house" track. The mixing is top-notch and the vocal is soothing. There's even a nice rap in the middle of it that exudes feeling. I may be wrong but the track even has a good anti-drug message despite the title. It seems like the quintessential crack-addict-in-remorse kind of lyric in the rap. Being that I'm bitter about how the drug-addled youth culture ruined the rave scene around my home town, I like the message I'm getting in this track. The music should get you high, not the drugs. This track is a beautiful song and deserves a listen from all those who seek excellent production, sultry vocals, and concise conception. Clocking in at around six minutes, it never gets boring. It's just an excellent song very well done.