Dub Taylor ‎– Experience

Force Tracks ‎– FT60
CD, Album

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1 Before You Go 7:30
2 Sweet Awakening
Featuring [With] – Nadine*Vocals – Nadine HemmeWords By – Jan Kluger
3 Under My Skin 7:31
4 Spring Slide 7:59
5 Ko-Hi-Nomitai
Featuring [With] – RenyaWords By, Vocals – Renata Rup
6 Blow 7:46
7 Your Soul
Featuring [With] – VitalWords By, Vocals – Sandra Lötzsch
8 Miss Gopher City 7:46
9 Flop Recorded Live 5:04
10 Clash! 8:07

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed ByEFA – EFA 62760-2
  • Pressed ByMPO



All tracks written and produced at Organic Domain 2003

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18756 27602 9
  • Barcode (Scanned): 718756276029
  • Matrix / Runout: FT60 @@ 01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L032 20030326 0736 @@ 4
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 1210
  • Label Code: LC 10602

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December 28, 2019
edited 19 days ago

Not so good as the previous two albums. It sounds a bit cheesy and funky, nevertheless it's a satisfying album. My favorite tracks are: "blow" and "Flop Recorded Live " they sound hypnotizing and relaxing, these tracks show how the whole album should have been.


March 24, 2017

Gets better with each new listen. It has much more of deep house rhythms and soft vocals than the previous two albums. Perhaps a move towards more commercial music, but definitely enjoyable and far from being a weak release. I'd give a solid 4 if not all 5 out 5 to this CD. Some real nice and memorable songs here.


June 26, 2007
edited over 12 years ago

While it's certainly not a masterpiece, Dub Taylor's second album for Force Tracks, EXPERIENCE, hits its groove and doesn't let up. For the most part, the tracks are catchy, although none have a real "wow" factor. Cole Porter, for instance, won't be be suing over "Under My Skin." But the addition of vocals gives this album more of an identity over DETECT. "Sweet Awakening" has an icy chill to it, while "Your Soul" tries to inject some R&B into the air. The Japanese lyrics on "Ko-Hi-Nomatai," however, don't quite mesh with the music itself. "Flop Recorded Live" has some more spark to it, although the repetitive lyrics dulls the shine. So while this isn't the shiniest jewel in the tech-house crown, it does manage to stir up a few good tracks.


February 5, 2007
edited over 13 years ago
A huge disappointment. Trying to deepen my dub-tech/tech-house collection, I was hoping for something on a Chain Reaction/Deadbeat/Swayzak's Snowboarding tip... this sounds more like Mu-Ziq doing house music badly. Two listens and straight on the "sell it!" pile. Nuts