Coil ‎– The Snow EP

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Torso ‎– TORSO 12180
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Vinyl, 12", EP
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A1 The Snow (Driftmix)
Remix – Peter Christopherson
2:35
A2 The Snow (Answers Come In Dreams I)
Remix – Jack Dangers
5:47
A3 The Snow (Out In The Cold)
Remix – Peter Christopherson
7:43
B1 The Snow (As Pure As?)
Remix – Drew McDowall, John Balance
6:33
B2 The Snow (Answers Come In Dreams II)
Remix – Jack Dangers
5:57
B3 The Snow
Producer – Coil, Danny Hyde
6:48

Credits

  • EngineerQ (4) (tracks: A1, A3, B1)

Notes

A1, A3, B1 engineered at Matrix Studios, London.

Other Versions (5 of 12) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TORSO 12180 DJ Coil The Snow(12", Promo) Torso Dance TORSO 12180 DJ Netherlands 1991 Sell This Version
WAX 9144 Coil The Snow EP(12", EP, TP) Wax Trax! Records WAX 9144 US 1991 Sell This Version
TVT 8644, TVT 8644-2 Coil The Snow EP(CD, EP, RE) TVT Records, Wax Trax! Records TVT 8644, TVT 8644-2 US 1993 Sell This Version
none Coil The Snow Remixes(Cass, S/Sided, Promo) Not On Label none UK 1991 Sell This Version
TORSO CD180 Coil The Snow EP (The Snow Remixes)(CD, EP) Torso TORSO CD180 Netherlands 1991 Sell This Version

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dsyn2spin

dsyn2spin

February 20, 2014

Coil's "Snow EP" was one of my main go to records when I first started Dj'ng at big rave parties
back in 1992. I even picked up a second copy so I could mix from track to track and once I figured out the correct order to sequence the tracks in, I found it to be an excellent tool for
keeping the dance floor populated with enthusiastic dancers for extended periods of time,
without sounding too repetitive, and free from having to worry about selecting the next
compatible record for at least a half hour. Truly one of the best techno records ever produced.
On a scale of 1 to 10 for musical quality I rate it at 11.
dr303

dr303

August 7, 2010
'Answers Come In Dreams I' is the key track for the techno heads. Full on driving drums and proper bottom heavy. On a loud system this rocks. At the time I thought the spooky vocal sample was from Logan's Run or some other cult film. It certainly makes the track and the other reviewer has solved a long standing mystery for me. The spattering snares & discordant siren just add more menance to what is a solid, deep 4/4 track. Harder than any Underground Resistance release at the time ('91) and even today still sounds fresh & current. A cult track from a cult band.