Bogdan Raczynski ‎– Renegade Platinum Mega Dance Attack Party: Don The Plates

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Rephlex ‎– CAT 131 CD
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CD, Album, Compilation
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Tracklist

1 Untitled 4:53
2 Untitled 3:37
3 Untitled 4:51
4 Untitled 4:11
5 Untitled 3:46
6 Untitled 3:56
7 Untitled 3:13
8 Untitled 3:50
9 Untitled 20:07
9.a Untitled
9.b Untitled
9.c Untitled
9.d Untitled
9.e Untitled
9.f Untitled
9.g Untitled
9.h Untitled

Notes

Compilation of tracks previously available only on vinyl, along with a "hidden" sequence of new bonus tracks.

Tracks 1, 2, 7, and 8 all appeared on "I Will Eat Your Children Too!" [CAT 131 EP] (B2, B1, A2, and A1 respectively).

Tracks 3, 4, 5, 6, and 9 all appeared in original form on "'96 Drum N Bass Classixxx" [CAT 120 LP]:

Track 3 was originally titled "Battle Zone 1996" and released under the pseudonym Suburban Fox.
Track 4 is an edit of the track originally titled "Trip To The Boom" and released under the pseudonym Abdullah K.
Track 5 is an edit of the track originally titled "'96 'Ardkore Canin'" and released under the pseudonym Re-Start.
Track 6 was originally titled "D&D Diabolical" and released under the pseudonym 4-Cillinda.
Track 9 includes the hidden tracks (9.a-9.h), but through 5:46 it is the song originally titled "5L45H! 4TT4CK! 3NT3R K3Y!" released under the pseudonym Agent 30. At this point there is a short silence, then the sequence of hidden bonus tracks begins.

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  • Barcode: 6 66908 07312 8

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scoundrel

scoundrel

July 29, 2012

RENEGADE PLATINUM MEGA DANCE ATTACK PARTY: DON THE PLATES collects tracks from Bogdan Raczynski's vinyl releases, and though most don't have track titles, they still have his unique sensibilities, from the heavy thuds, vocal samples and spry melodies on "1" to the continuous throbs of "2." "4" has more internal continuity than many of the other tracks, which makes it particularly growly, while "5" has what sounds like jazz coming into play. "6" is a breakbeat nerdgasm, and "7" is all about the 8-bit tones and eardrum-splitting drill'n'bass. The medley of tracks that make up "9" help fill up your need for beats. Good, but not quite up to par with his albums.