DDR ‎– Madness / Their Eyes

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Smitten ‎– SMT 30
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A Madness
AA Their Eyes

Credits

  • Written-By, ProducerDDR

Notes

Written & Produced @ Kinetic Studios.

Published by Smitten Publishing.

© Smitten 1999.

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meltdog

meltdog

December 26, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
I don't normally go for this label, nothing wrong with it, its just not my sound. But the track "Madness" made me buy this 12".
It has a sound similar to the early Jeff Mills production of Final Cut. Kind of also reminds me of New Beat and perhaps that's why I like this one...worth a listen, defo
sea.envy

sea.envy

July 7, 2008

Yes yes, here it is. That infectious quote from Fear And Loathing mixed into a bangin' hard trance gem that has stood the test of time (so far, at least for me anyway). The first time I heard this one I was immediately impressed, if I remember correctly, and I am still just as pleased when I hear it today. As a recent addition to my collection, I am only saddened by the fact that it took me song long to find it. Anyone who can see the smile on my face when this one is spinning can't argue about how much I like this song, and I'm sure you'll agree when you hear it also. Five stars for sure. Their Eyes is an alright track, but it pales in comparison.
langster

langster

January 28, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Quite a nice hard trance anthem, very trippy and has a nice stomping beat. The A side uses Johnny Depps "It was madness in every direction, at any hour, it strikes sparks anywhere" and a couple of other Depp samples from Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas. Those samples alone makes it worth while owning.