Foremost Poets ‎– Pressin On

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  • Lacquer Cut ByCGB*

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Bassline taken from "Alexander Robotnick - Probleme d'amour"

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undrground.mentality

undrground.mentality

September 4, 2018
until few months ago this record was at 5/10€. now is 50/100€...simply ridiculous from my point of view.
Absolutely a good record but I wouldn't pay more than 15/20€.
Who is agree?

lemalin35

lemalin35

May 23, 2018

Sunway 2018 !!!! Bihn :)
so you need it now :)
christian.montaudon

christian.montaudon

May 13, 2018
Someone sell me this :), please PM, thanks! words words
atomcorn

atomcorn

April 30, 2018
Does some have a copy of this for sale? thanks.
Carrzinho

Carrzinho

July 27, 2011

A: Electro. Dark synth's and sinister bassline offset with nice strings. Proper 80's vibe with the stabs and uneffected male vocal. Good pacing not overworked. Must buy if you treasure this difficult genre. Score [NINE]
B1: Not strictly and instrumental as it strips out the synths and bass which make the track and leaves the beats if that's any use to you.
B2: Acappella. Is what it is.
alex_plan

alex_plan

November 29, 2009
Maybe it's just me but it also seems to be referencing to IAN DURY & THE BLOCKHEADS Reasons To Be Cheerful (pt 3). Anyway I really think this is a massive tune.
sonicboomboom

sonicboomboom

May 30, 2008

This tune is what i like to call a SICK-IAN, meaning this tune is sick, basssline is speacial, great transition tune, say from one genre to another..
it's the type of tune u can do what u like to scratch,layer, cut... boss tune, can't say enough about it..
these are my thoughts!.
I am currently trying to buy this tune after buying some other version of it. If you intend to purshase this song settle only for this version as the others are lacking and thats me being nice.
remotemole

remotemole

May 5, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

a deep and heavy hitting track, this one. the bassline literally has a hypnotic effect on people. i often wonder about the words, though, as they are so blatantly referencing lyrics of the kraftwerk tunes "pocket calculator" and "numbers". I initially wrote it off to idiosyncratic tribute behavior or something. but i feel i am missing the point...anyone have any thoughts?