Claude Young ‎– One Complete Revolution

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Utensil Records ‎– UT 002
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Mind Dance Themo
A2 Demento
A3 Welfare Cheese
B1 MA-NA-ZA-TWA
B2 Time Distortion
B3 Dream Of Another Time

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codeplus618

codeplus618

December 31, 2016
I picked this one up back in 94 and initially gravitated to Demento as it worked in nicely with the harder Detroit techno at the time. Over the years I've come to appreciate just how good a release this really is. As other have said, it's probably the very best Claude Young has produced. Dream of Another Time is a spacey techno track of the highest order, Mind Dance Theme is a masterful interlude and Time Distortion is another track I keep coming back to.
So glad to still have this in the collection and to have witnessed Claude spinning regularly in Adelaide many years ago.
baj

baj

September 24, 2016

One of my treasures, in my top 10 favorite records without any question.

Every year around DEMF time (formerly known as Memorial Day Weekend) or every time I go back to Detroit, I make sure to get a listen in to Mind Dance Theme and, for what seems like my whole life at this point, I get goosebumps every time.

I'm also putting Time Distortion on an upcoming mix and well, all I can say is that the track and this record overall is a masterpiece that has stood the test of time.
Sengle

Sengle

May 19, 2015
Great! Time distortion sounds exactly like an unreleased the Martian track, makes me think he may have been part of the project. Very good release indeed.
Leonakis

Leonakis

January 13, 2013

"Dream of Another Time" is simply amazing!
anthony.dandrea

anthony.dandrea

June 2, 2012
edited over 2 years ago
Stands the test of time. Melodic, soulful techno at its best.
sashagrey

sashagrey

June 1, 2012

Mind Dance Themo is a classic I wouldnt be surprised if this gets re-issued.
Klaus151

Klaus151

March 5, 2004

Claudes best work to date, I don't understand the low ratings of this record at all. It embraces everything from sparse DBX-like tracks, clever dancefloor compositions and beautiful, stringleaden Detroit.

A timeless record with no doubt