DJ Boss ‎– Parameter. Dva. E.P.

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Kne' Deep ‎– KD16
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KD16 DJ Boss Parameter Dva EP(12", EP, Promo, W/Lbl, Sti) Kne' Deep KD16 UK 2001 Sell This Version

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transition-metal

transition-metal

July 23, 2018
edited 2 months ago

I certainly respect the below reviewer but I can't get behind him concerning this putrid release, the tracks are way too fast,not that i don't like a galloping fast techno track, some of my faves top 160bpm but this EP is terrible.
Space wax for example has that irritating melody, it might have been ok as a melody to lead to something different but instead it carries through the whole track and after a few minutes I feel like vomiting all over my speakers. 0/5
Wonder is anything but, it is migraine inducing shit.
Axe Jump is a cool name for a techno track but listening to it is like having someone start up a jack hammer in my living room horrid
Uvear finishes it of by rubbing more salt in, I would rather go back in time to 1915 for a few minutes and listen to constant artillery shelling & machine guns on the western font than sit through the ordeal that is DJ Boss ‎– Parameter. Dva. E.P.
to me it sounds like the producer was trying to out do everyone else in producing hard as fuck tracks but in the process has utterly failed to produce anything memorable with the end result being a torturous experience akin to Chinese torture like the dripping bucket onto the forhead but this ep would be far, far more effective torture method
maroko

maroko

March 9, 2011

This one hits so hard as there were no tomorrow and yesterday is a vague memory of days never to be witnessed again.
Agression and rhythmic whips cracking on one's back have never sounded this good.
Wonder is just that, with its pounding drums and secondary tribal toms in the background, destined to move anything from the tribal digging heads to the hardened purists.
Space Wax is an outer universe experience, with that light hearted melody coming in out of nowhere and then getting ran over by the wildest of them all off-beat percussion arrangement. Lord almighty, all hell breaks loose here.
As if the A side didn't force you into submission, the B side does something I just cannot pour into words. Axe Jump sounds like Inigo Kennedy's classic Preliminary Statements A1 tune on steroids, while Uvear cleans out the remaining ashes from the doomed life forms who somehow managed to make it through the previous three contributions unharmed. DJ Boss nails it down with banging 4x4 hammer hits and a sharp synth stab used as a hook. What a rush!

Back in the day, this guy made a name for himself in merely two releases. There were more people talking about DJ Boss after his Parameter series than certain artists who counted over a dozen. My personal opinion is that he never got better than here, and I don't think I need to explain why.
This vinyl will continue slapping your left cheek hours after it's done... Pure mechanistic (and masochistic) dance floor orgasms to be found on both sides, yet the B side is simply outrageous!