CXX ‎– The Comfort Of Strangers

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Plashet Records ‎– PLASHET 1
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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This Side
A The Comfort Of Strangers (Mix By Rhythm Doctor)
Producer, Mixed By – Rhythm Doctor
Other Side
B1 Slap Head
B2 X-Or-Sys

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A (This Side)): PLASHE-T-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (B (Other Side)): PLASHE-B-1

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moogacid

moogacid

March 26, 2013
edited over 5 years ago
Does anyone actually know who CXX are? Love the less clubby more freaky B Side, but can't find any info out, even in this day N age!
Were all tracks by Rhythm Dr. perhaps?
T-Ten

T-Ten

February 24, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

Just wanted to say what a top bloke Rhythmdr is... I had been after this vinyl for a very long time and now i own a copy all thanks to the Doctor... This tune is SUBLIME and everybody into quality electronic music should own this vinyl!
rhythmdr

rhythmdr

January 18, 2011
i believe that sample was on the original & i just used it from there. i can't remember it's source.
it's so long ago tho' i might be wrong...
reddenim

reddenim

December 12, 2010
Anyone remember the tune the female vocal is sampled off at 1.14 min ?
rhythmdr

rhythmdr

June 10, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
thanks for the kind words... it was along time ago - still sounds cute. i like your burial reference lol- i like burial
cheers, rd

ps who took the video of youtube? please put it back- ta
controlremote

controlremote

May 20, 2010
somethings very wrong in the world when records like this dont have a review. i first heard this on the fabio and grooverider kiss 100 take over show in jan '92 and has pretty much stayed with me ever since. it was records and artists like this that shaped british dance music and, being honest, this record and others released in the same period never seem to be worried with complying with the modern trends of most current producers and sound timeless for it. house, techno, hardcore? back then nobody was sure and nobody cared, just a deep slice of music that has stood the test of time:

50 fathom deep atmosphere - check
pan pipes to make you cry - check
sonar bleep noises that take you to another planet - check
weird vocals in intro - check

classic and like the true classics, mostly unheard.....buy this before you buy your next Burial 12", you wont be dissapointed........