Blake Baxter ‎– EP

Label:
Incognito Records ‎– IR 112688
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Hornie 5:07
A2 Does Not Compute (Remix) 5:05
B1 Sexuality 6:00
B2 Brave New World 7:04

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Notes

Thomas Pub.
BMI

"Techno Sound of Detroit"

Bootlegged in 2004.

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  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IR 112688 Blake Baxter EP(12", EP, Unofficial, TP) Incognito Records (3) IR 112688 UK 2004 Sell This Version
IR 112688 Blake Baxter EP(12", EP) Incognito Records IR 112688 US 1988 Sell This Version
IR 112688 Blake Baxter EP(12", EP, Unofficial) Incognito Records (3) IR 112688 UK 2004 Sell This Version

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jason.power

jason.power

June 16, 2015
Totally agree with Smackos, the comment says it all!
whiteawakening

whiteawakening

April 14, 2015
probably worth buying for sexuality
Smackos

Smackos

January 30, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
If you don't dig this then you don't know shit.

Brave New World is almost like Farley Jackmaster Funk's I need a friend with ecstatic cheap violin samples.

Sweaty and extreme sexual tensed music!
TheFormula

TheFormula

April 15, 2004
Don't listen to some of the above comments, this record is a stone cold classic that is essential for any self-respecting techno fan. "Sexuality" has got to be one of the most banging party tracks ever, complete with trademark sleazy vocals from Blake and a nasty acid groove that will devistate everything in a 10 mile radius. Listen to this on a big system! Absolutely classic techno!
digibomb

digibomb

April 14, 2004
If you are interested in having an extremely complete collection of early Detroit, get this records. But the fact is, the tracks are pretty poor. Certainly not on par with the vision of other Detroit artist of the time. I think you can tell by the title, 'hornie', that Baxter was taking a more ghetto approach. On some of the tracks, Baxter attempts to sing like a robot for effect. It fails.
baj

baj

July 22, 2003

Crap, distorted pressing/production/etc. can't keep down "Sexuality" What a jam...and the ghetto label, it's so funny...The other tracks pretty much suck, but if you find this it's still worth buying!