Beverly Hills 808303 vs. Auto Kinetic ‎– Untitled

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Vinyl, 12", Blue
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A1 Auto Kinetic Black Belt
A2 Auto Kinetic Blue Circle
B1 Interr-Ferenc* Electromagnetic Atmospheres
B2 Beverly Hills 808303 Sick Of Benedict

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A - Sometimes you feel like a nut...
B - Sometimes you Don't

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dopplerfm

dopplerfm

March 25, 2016
Electromagnetic Atmospheres is worth the price of admission alone on this one. It employs a unique type of distortion on the 808 used by an old trusty effects box (which i won't mention here). Thick, smudgy, grimy beats for sewer-dwellers.
cthulhu303

cthulhu303

November 19, 2003
edited over 2 years ago
Black Belt has a nice bassline, but it is somehow spoilt by the drum patterns that lack subtlety.
Blue Circle suffers from the same symptoms - seems like knobs are turned to max for all instruments, which is a bit of a shame, unfortunately.
Electromagnetic Atmospheres was reissued as I Do Because I Couldn't Care Less (USA Mix) on Fucking Consumer, yet this version is slightly faster (+1%).
Sick Of Benedict is a typical BH 808303 grungy Acid jam.