DHS ‎– Mind Control

Label:
Tino Corp. ‎– TINO-2004, Tino Corp. ‎– TINO 2004
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Hypnosis 4:12
A2 I Am Your Control 3:57
A3 Mind Control 5:32
B1 Telephone Sounds 6:18
B2 Subliminible 3:54

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Notes

The catalog number for this release appears only in the runout groove etchings. The barcode can be found on a sticker affixed to the outer shrinkwrap.

Side B is labeled 45/33 RPM. When played at 33 RPM the track times are as follows:
B1 - 8:27
B2 - 6:22

Tracks A1, "Hypnosis", and A2, "I Am Your Control", run into one another without any discernible break.

The version of "Telephone Sounds" on this release is different than the one on the "Future Primitive Sound / Tino Corp / BSI Records / Quatermass 2002 Upcoming Selections" compilation, or by Ben Stokes on the "Sounds Of The 20th Century No4" flexi disc.

Track B2 ends in a lock groove.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 09695 20041 8
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): TINO-2004-A FILE UNDER "TEKHOUSE" S-46533
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): TINO 2004-B FILE UNDER "TEKHOUSE" S-46554

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s_fatigue

s_fatigue

June 13, 2018
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Babatron

Babatron

April 24, 2018
there's a repress coming via subwax very soon to a location near you
algorhythm1

algorhythm1

August 7, 2016
b2 ends in a locked groove? or is it just on my copy
SYLVERSECOND

SYLVERSECOND

December 7, 2010

it sounds like psysex but is not psysex, it's a great ep and i see no reason why anybody should rate this less than 5/5.
jonathan_armstrong

jonathan_armstrong

December 3, 2003

One of the most dependable producers, and thankfully still at it after well over a decade, you can tell Ben Stokes spent a bit of time hanging out with Jack Dangers of Meat Beat Manifesto. The quirky samples from old propaganda films are still there, and the production is generally top-notch - breakbeat leaning towards the highly experimental. I've also always appreciated how he makes every release a full-blown EP instead of just giving you a couple of tracks. Recommended.