Dub Taylor ‎– Detect

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Cat#  Artist Title (Format) Label Cat#  Country Year
FT 36 Dub Taylor Detect(CD, Album) Force Tracks FT 36 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
FT36 Dub Taylor Detect(2x12", Album, W/Lbl) Force Tracks FT36 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
FT36 Dub Taylor Detect(2x12", Album) Force Tracks FT36 Germany 2001 Sell This Version

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gerdiegen

gerdiegen

May 16, 2019
referencing Detect, CD, Album, FT 36

name is program! dub tech and house one´s (mixed style). very special, you will love it!!! ..it´s Dub Taylor! amazing and great album!
scoundrel

scoundrel

March 15, 2006
edited over 13 years ago
referencing Detect, CD, Album, FT 36

Warm dubby tech-house from the label who knew how to do it right. Dub Taylor's DETECT shows off its credentials on the title track, but the warmth is only doubled with the vocals on "Sweet Lips." Indeed, there's a tinge of romanticism to that track. The vocals of Per Fourier aren't as strong, but they do add a nice texture, if not necessarily meaning. They emote much better with the icy detachment of "I Can't (You Know...)." But the more straightforward tracks like "Observer" have an undeniable groove, well-suited for the discerning dancefloor. "John Wayne" has a sweet, thrumming quality and a reverberating vocal sample that reminds me of Underworld's mellower moments. A solid undertaking.