Dave Clarke ‎– Before I Was So Rudely Interrupted

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icrunch ‎– icrunch001
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Before I Was So Rudely Interrupted (Part 1 - For The Floor) 5:22
AA Before I Was So Rudely Interrupted (Part 2 - Logic Bomb) 4:56

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Repressed in November 2005 (with slightly different labels Before I Was So Rudely Interrupted)

For The Floor samples Dirty Bird

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  • Barcode (Printed): 5016557990188
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side run-out): ICRUNCH001A Sh@ne @ T2 DAMONT SMC
  • Matrix / Runout (AA-side run-out): ICRUNCH001AA DAMONT SMCT2

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Vandalsounds

Vandalsounds

January 27, 2017
This one is on my all time favorite tech track list! Dave Clarke delivers a brutal bass driven tech banger, bleepy, dirty and rough as fuck! Highly recommended! Top-notch techno!
zaneofcawdor

zaneofcawdor

April 2, 2013

Agree with the other reviewers, both tracks on here are brutal and heavy. A great example of Dave Clarke's skill in both the areas of Techno and Electro. The only risk with these track is that in a mix they make everything else sound weak: the bass and production is too heavy.
bhbognar

bhbognar

February 19, 2004
Let's not forget that the For the Floor techno part of this record is also a monstrous track. I first heard this in an Adam Beyer set on the now-extinct Groovetech online music media site, right around the time of Clarke's re-emergence. It's a heavy, bass-driven number with bleepy effects over the top, and a multi-layered set of drum patterns shuffling over each other. It's the perfect bit of dirty funk to throw into a techno set. As the sample says, "Give 'em what they want." Fantastic.
polarys1

polarys1

February 17, 2002

The A-side is a pounding techno mix, with thick drums and a relentless groove, as one might expect from master decksman(and fine wine afficiando) Dave Clarke, but it's the "Logic Bomb" B-side mix that gets me excited.
A great electro tune, done with finesse and masterful production skills. The drums are simply wonderful - traditional, bass-heavy electro breakbeat all the way, and then the tune really takes off with the appearance of a minor key synth melody. Dark and menacing, it will bring a brooding, forward-thinking element to your set (if you're not at that point already).