Dissident & Cyberworm / TKB* / Asymmetric ‎– Freud's Apprentice / Mantra / Speed

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Opposide Records ‎– OPPOSIDE001
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition
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A Dissident & Cyberworm Freud's Apprentice
Written-By, Producer – Dmitry Vasilyev, Stanislav Sevostyanikhin
8:49
A1 TKB* Mantra
Written-By, Producer – Konstantin Nesterov, Ilya Arkhipov*
6:13
A2 Asymmetric Speed
Written-By, Producer – Evgeniy Sergeev
7:09

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  • Mastered By, Lacquer Cut ByLXC

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Limited to 111 for sale copies.

Manufactured in Leipzig, Germany.

Made in St.Petersburg, Russian Federation.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: OPP 001 A 33RPM LXC RAND.
  • Matrix / Runout: OPP 001 B 33RPM LXC RAND.

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XavierNC

XavierNC

February 4, 2011

Damn.. Drumfunk wizzardry!
RespectRecords

RespectRecords

June 2, 2009

Opposide Records is glad to present its 1st vinyl release. 12 inch plate keeps corporate drumfunk / leftfield drum&bass identity and contains three compositions by artists of the label from Saint-Petersburg.

Opposide 001 is opening with "Freud’s Apprentice" tune by DISSIDENT & CYBERWORM. The slow and deep prelude perfectly does for beginning of dj-sets. The cinematographic atmosphere literally bursts of sub-basses and mad drum parts that change each other thrice and then mix into thermonuclear cocktail.

"Do you know what esoterism is? Psychoanalysis? No. And nobody here knows. While I was Freud’s apprentice by the way! Are you not acquainted too?"

The first tune of flip side "Mantra" attempts explaining to this ill-starred character what is esoterism. The authors of this opus are GVOZD & E:BEAT hiding behind alias TKB (Tru Kupchino Badman$). The composition is notable for fine programming of percussions accentuated by thick bass and diluted with oriental female vocal. The music is ideal for intensive meditation.

Further broaden to the limit consciousness of the hero gains insane speeds and the question of psychoanalysis stands no longer per se. The illustration of it is the final composition of the release "Speed" written by young musician Asymmetric (aka Limit). The madness achieves here its apogee and only time knows what is going to happen...