DBX ‎– Rare And Unreleased

Label:
Accelerate ‎– ACCLTDX999
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition
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A1 High Voltage
A2 Beep
B1 Baby Judy
B2 Squelch
C1 Schizo
C2 Raw
D1 Rubber Ducky
D2 Losing Control (Richie Hawtin RMX)
Remix – Richie Hawtin

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Credits

Notes

Recorded at "The Fourth Floor" Detroit.

Published by Seventh City Music / ASCAP

Accelerate Limited - ACCLTDX999 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996. Special thanks to Richie Hawtin.

Mastered at Richard Simpson Mastering, L.A.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): ACCLTDX999-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): ACCLTDX999-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side C): ACCLTDX999-C RS
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side D): ACCLTDX999-D
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

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junkproject

junkproject

March 20, 2016
Apologies for the lack of a review... What's the story regarding these dynamic tracks. and the potential of a reissue?
OJB

OJB

July 19, 2015
WCBN-FM Ann Arbor has a copy ;)
tcharlyz

tcharlyz

August 3, 2014

masterprices .
djfunk

djfunk

August 8, 2013

Oh rubber ducky, you're the one
You make bathtime life so fun
redeyes

redeyes

May 18, 2008

How to live far from this groove? This kind of music is just made for dancers,the beat is huge like a chicago's housework but it's also some kind of hardcore. Really basic.Simply seminal. This masterpiece brings to you a fantastic moody panel that you can mix with the works of many major producers of the north of the united states.This music keeps the same impact, year after year.
The raelly high quality of the works of daniel bell is founded by simplicity. It resumes what is techno music ,with these ingredients :organic emotion and manufactured machines.
When the music you 're listenning , just abolish the world around you...
servo

servo

March 31, 2002

Like all Daniel Bell's releases, this double pack is a limited edition release, with 8 rare tracks of minimal bliss. It is evident that consistency and perfection are a staple in bell's work, and although i am a greater fan of the older DBX releases, this album still comes packed with all the blips, bleeps, and twitchy sounds that ive grown to love. Rubber Ducky, High Voltage, and Squelch are the definite standouts on this collection, as well as Ritchie Hawtin's remix of Losing Control, originally released on Peacefrog. Daniel Bell is an innovator and pioneer of the minimal sound and continues to influence and inspire. god bless!