Dave Clarke ‎– Red 3

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Re-load Records ‎– REL 952108
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A Thunder 5:11
B1 The Storm (Vocal) 6:55
B2 The Storm (Instrumental) 4:33

Credits

  • Producer, Engineer, Programmed By, Edited By [Tape And Digital], Written-byDave Clarke

Notes

Licensed from Deconstruction/Bush.

Some copies were pressed on red vinyl and came in a red sleeve bearing the 'Independance Records' (France) logo + address on it.

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74321 306991, 74321 30699-1 Dave Clarke Red Three(12") Deconstruction, Bush, Deconstruction, Bush 74321 306991, 74321 30699-1 UK 1995 Sell This Version
TCDG07 Dave Clarke Red 3(12", Promo) Deconstruction TCDG07 UK 1995 Sell This Version
REL 952108 Dave Clarke Red 3(12", Red) Re-load Records REL 952108 France 1995 Sell This Version
AKAI 3 Dave Clarke Red Three(12", EP, Promo) Deconstruction, Bush AKAI 3 UK 1995 Sell This Version
AKAI 3 Dave Clarke Red Three(12", Promo, Red) Deconstruction, Bush AKAI 3 UK 1995 Sell This Version

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cthulhu303

cthulhu303

August 9, 2012
At the time this was released, Dave Clarke was pretty much producing the toughest kicks around. This was no exception, pummelling audiences into submission. However, where Red 1 and 2 had hammered their way to the top of the club charts, this one did not quite reach the same summits, perhaps due to same-old, same-old effect, but also because of its much more grinding character. Sure, Thunder was designed to become another hit and did just that -- not become a hit, but another hit.
The Storm, arguably the most interesting track on this, did get a lot of airplay too, but was probably too dark to enjoy the same success on a grand scale. The metallic bits in it were not a mere clanking on a copper pipe, but tearing sheets of stainless steel on a stormy background. Once the eardrums were bleeding, that massive kick showed up again to set fire to the floor. Survivors could then chant in unison: *

The [Human], boil[s] with tumultuous rage,
This warrior shall the dangerous storm assuage:
With victories he [the strong shall] maul,
And with [heavy] hand [smash] the rebel [wall].

What fool so confident to say,
That [they] shall live [an]other day?
[With the subterranean we found (?)
Come warriors, let us stand our ground.]

Abstracted soul, ravished with ecstasies,
Senseless, as it were in apathy
Base, ignorant, and foolish multitude
[Were Antiochus's fortitude (?)
Yeah]

The burning heat of a great flame to rise,
[Shall] lick up the water, and the enterprise.
Poor mortals, who wait for a happy day,
Cheer up your hearts, and hear what I shall say.

These words may cause wonder
But listen carefully to the distant thunder
Each shall have his due. This is their lot;
O he is worthy praise that shrinketh not!


(*) Or at least try: catching verses from an Old English version of a Renaissance script was not exactly the easiest thing to do at an all-night rave. Especially considering the verses were freely hand-picked from Rabelais's works (Gargantua and Pantagruel), edited and patched together in a different order. Even today, a couple of verses remain elusive.

This is also the only Re-load pressing in the Red series that does not come with different mixes.