Cybotron Feat. Dillinja* ‎– Light Years / Revelations

Label:
Prototype Recordings ‎– PRO 010
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Light Years
AA Revelations

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Re-pressed
[P] Prototype Recordings (UK) Ltd 1997
[C] Prototype Recordings (UK) Ltd 1997
1st presses had an extra round up on the label (logo side).

Made in England

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A [Hand-etched]): PRO . 010 . Aı
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA [Hand-etched]): PRO . 010 AAı

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Collector_Cave_Guy

Collector_Cave_Guy

November 16, 2016
edited 7 months ago

Oh my, these tracks are brutal, but its no surprise as its Dillinja at the top of his game when he could do little wrong.

As Karlrichard has already put so perfectly, this man had so many skills and a vision of a sound of the future many artists would struggle to come close to even now.

I just love this period of the music, it still sounds as good now as it did back then.

Magical
caesarharpoon

caesarharpoon

May 31, 2015
18 years old and this is still an absolute banger! Dark, stepping, techy monster, awesome!
karlrichard

karlrichard

July 31, 2008
edited over 5 years ago

Dillinja's style rules with this release, and "Light Years" is the gem to check... What an awesome track! Amazing attention to detail, a great break beat workout (what an unusual yet killer break) layered with space aged synths and a bass so hard it kicks like an atom bomb. I still drop this with maximum effect...

"Light Years" was on dub plate for "time" before its release, and I remember people always asking "What's the title of this?" or "Who is this artist?" while dancing to this at Tempo and Metalheadz. Grooverider played this on many an airwave mix session and it always rocked "IT" in just the right way...

Another testament to Karl Francis's abilities as a pioneer producer on the drum and bass scene. If you enjoyed his Deadly Vinyl excursions, then this is definitely worth listening to...