Cari Lekebusch ‎– Reverted / Återkommen

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H. Productions ‎– HP1204
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Reverted 5:51
B1 Återkommen 4:25
B2 Untitled 4:49

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Credits

  • Mastered ByNilz*

Notes

Was repressed in 2004 with the catalogue number HP1204X.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): HP 1204 A¹ WHAT"S THE PLACE ? THE EXCHANGE - NILZ. MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): HP 1204 B¹ THE EXCHANGE - NILZ. MPO

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
HP1204 Cari Lekebusch Reverted / Återkommen(12", Promo, W/Lbl) H. Productions HP1204 Sweden 1997 Sell This Version
HP1204X Cari Lekebusch Reverted / Återkommen(12", RP) H. Productions HP1204X Sweden 2004 Sell This Version
HP1204X Cari Lekebusch Reverted / Återkommen(3xFile, MP3, 320) H. Productions HP1204X Sweden 2004

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samsmithers

samsmithers

July 17, 2017
I was so jealous of my asshole roommate in '97 because he had this record and he wouldn't let me play any of his records out. He would let me play at the house, but not at parties.... and he wasn't even a Lekebusch fan.. at least not like me. One of Cari's best here... the pinnacle of everything he was putting out at that time leads to this EP. Culmination of his dub and Jamaican sounds, Chi-town stomp, and the bass lines that would destroy a dance floor.
alke

alke

April 3, 2017
edited 7 months ago

The A1 track still gives me goosebumps to this day, and is IMHO by far and large if not _the_ best, at least one of the best tracks he's ever done, maintaining both the mellow roots vibe with full-on 4/4 dancefloor techno. Then B2, and finally B1. In fact, the EP doesn't even have any irrelevant fillers, it's pure gold all the way. Awe-inspiring stuff!
pulsemod

pulsemod

December 22, 2016
Great record all-round. Trend setting sound. Cari Lekebusch really was one of the most innovative sound architects of 90s techno. He deserves a spot in the techno Hall of Fame.
BlastFMch

BlastFMch

December 5, 2013

Great track. This is definitely the sound of the late 90ies. Beyer and Lekebush invented this sound. It still keeps rockin'. Wonderful.
VladdyPants

VladdyPants

August 6, 2013
"Stop fighting....start uniting!!!!" Brilliant! One of his best!
nattvaktaren

nattvaktaren

December 10, 2003
A typical Lekebusch record; inventive and extremely well put together. B1 features a sample from Scientist's "Scientist Wins The World Cup" album and is quite possibly more jamaica than any other techno track.