Disorder (2) ‎– Panic

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Rhythmatic Rage ‎– RR-1001
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Panic 4:14
B Groove Attack 4:05

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Recorded at On-One Studios
℗ © A division of Nu Groove Records

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): RR 1001 A F/W MJS SRC
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side B): RR 1001 B F/W MJS SRC
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): RR-1001B
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): RR-1001A

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s_t_A_r

s_t_A_r

March 1, 2017
The vocal sample on "Panic" is same as in a self titled Voodoo Child (Moby) track on an Instinct Records comp I have from the same time period. Is that just a super common sample/preset from something? Both great tracks imo.
industrialgrey

industrialgrey

October 28, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This is upthere right next to energy flash and mentasm, no doubt. 2 killer acid cuts both very different to one another but both equally as tough and mindbending.
Panic for me is so much a warehouse sound, a real booming atmosphertic acid adventure, i can picture myself in a huge warehouse full of that disco fog stuff and straight green lasers wacking everywhere,with the big sound of panic everywhere.
Groove attack is also a quality acid affair with old school vocal samples used to a great effect.
I just managed to get hold of this 12" by complete accident, it was in with a pile of allsorts i aquired.It just happens to be a track i have wanted since first hearing it about 15 years ago, on a hippodrome tape i used to have, back to back with UR track Panic.
kleez.one

kleez.one

October 14, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Nobody probably knows that these tracks are made by Joey Beltram in 1991 , the same periode when Energy Flash was doing his thing on the dancefloors.
So it makes sense that this record is a bit of the same stuff, & it is, only better.
I love the track Groove Attack, simply couse it's a bloody good acid track, with a groovy subbass, acid bleebs,& a dark warehouse sound.The records itself has a good soundquality to it.Panic,say's it allready, a dark tune,with a sample of UR's panic..