Danger (7) ‎– 09/16 2007

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EOS021 Danger (7) 09/16 2007(12", Ltd) Ekler'O'ShocK EOS021 France 2009 Sell This Version
EOS 021 Danger (7) 09/16 2007(5xFile, WAV) Ekler'O'ShocK EOS 021 France 2009
EOS 021 Danger (7) 09/16 2007(CDr, Promo) Ekler'O'ShocK EOS 021 France 2009 Sell This Version
1789DGR002 Danger (7) 09/16 2007(12", EP, Ltd, RE) 1789 1789DGR002 France 2018 Sell This Version

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Ruzza

Ruzza

February 14, 2018
referencing 09/16 2007, 12", Ltd, EOS021

1789 are doing a limited vinyl run of this now
Dell_Zincht

Dell_Zincht

April 7, 2009
referencing 09/16 2007, 12", Ltd, EOS021

Danger's third EP (Skipping the second one, which is due to be released "soon" meaning anywhere in the next year) is very different to his first.

Whereas 09/14 2007 was clearly influenced by videogames from his childhood, it's obvious that Danger has changed his style this time around from the start.

It starts with 88:88, unmistakeably a Danger track, but somewhat more dreamlike than anything off his first EP. The beats are there however, and it has a fantastic classical interlude in the middle, before going back to it's thing. Then follows a remix of 88:88 by EAT, a German duo who add their techno flavourings to the track.

On the flipside, 00:01 featuring Vyle, is a stormer of a track which has been played in his live sets for a while now, and was all over the music blogs months ago.

The EP closes with 7:46, which is a strange choice as it's another 'old' track, being all over music blogs in the past. More videogame influenced than anything else on this EP, it starts out with a stomping bassline, going into a wonderfully mysterious piano melody, accompanied by your typical Danger bleeps and other noise shots. My favourite track on this EP by far.