Dexter ‎– I Don't Care

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I Don't Care
Raad Het Woord (What's The Word)
Z.W.A.M
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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Klakson 1 Dexter I Don't Care(12") Klakson Klakson 1 Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
Klakson 1 Dexter I Don't Care(12", W/Lbl) Klakson Klakson 1 Netherlands 2000 Sell This Version
Klakson 1 Dexter I Don't Care(4xFile, MP3, 320) Klakson Klakson 1 Netherlands 2000

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SergioCocco

SergioCocco

July 12, 2014
referencing I Don't Care, 12", Klakson 1
ZWAM sound a lot like The Model by Kraftwerk..
datassette

datassette

January 10, 2005
edited over 7 years ago
referencing I Don't Care, 12", Klakson 1
Oh Yes Indeed. 'I Don't Care' is like hot gravy pouring out of your speakers, and mixes uncannily well into 'Eisbaer' by Grauzone.
spork

spork

April 4, 2002
referencing I Don't Care, 12", Klakson 1

Once again, servo-unique and I are in agreement. This is a seriously kick-ass record that doesn't just appeal to retro-electro fetishists. I have a friend from Scotland who lives in New York now who used to do a tribal house night in some club in Glasgow a few years back. He's definitely more into the house, funk, and soul side of electronic music than I am. We appreciate each other's music, but aren't always in total agreement. Anyway, I put this record on one night without even thinking about it, and when I came back to the living room from the refrigerator he was struttin' around, scrunching up his face, and pumping his fist down low, going "Oh, yeah!" He couldn't help himself. I think it was that steel guitar-sound on the first track that got him. Anyway, the moral of this lame story is that you should get an earful of this record if you can, even if you think you don't really like electro.
servo

servo

March 30, 2002
referencing I Don't Care, 12", Klakson 1

one of the finest electro records out there, if you can find a copy?! every track holds its own, with hard hitting beats, robotic vocals, and twitchy sound snippets courtesy of outerspace, weaved in and out of thick basslines. so sick, i had to buy 3 copies. this record bumps perfection!