Danger (7) ‎– 09/16 2007

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Ekler'O'ShocK ‎– EOS021
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Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition
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A1 88:88
A2 88:88 (Eat Remix)
Remix – EAT
B1 00:01
Featuring – Vyle
B2 07:46

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Record found in a mysterious jungle in 2009.
EAT appears courtesy of himself.
Limited to 500 copies.

The track "00:01" is actually listed as "00:00" on the record's B side. This however is a mistake, since "00:00" is an earlier version of the track from his myspace and blogs.

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  • Barcode: 3 700398 704258

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
EOS 021 Danger (7) 09/16 2007(CD, Promo) Ekler'O'ShocK EOS 021 France 2009 Sell This Version
EOS 021 Danger (7) 09/16 2007(5xFile, WAV) Ekler'O'ShocK EOS 021 France 2009

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Ruzza

Ruzza

February 14, 2018

1789 are doing a limited vinyl run of this now
Dell_Zincht

Dell_Zincht

April 7, 2009

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.