Forgemasters ‎– Track With No Name

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Warp Records ‎– WAP 1, Outer Rhythm ‎– WAP 1
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A Track With No Name
Written-By – Hazel*
5:10
AA Shall We... 5:13

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Pressed at Damont Audio Limited.
In Association with Outer Rhythm
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Side Note: Comes in a light blue serie Outer Rhythm generic die-cut sleeve with Sticker.

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Track A samples:
Vocal from Manu Dibango - Abele Dance ('85 Remix)

Track AA samples:
Synth from Kraftwerk - Spacelab

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mixer167

mixer167

May 22, 2011

where is it printed on the label that it samples manu dibango abele dance ?
CHoCi

CHoCi

August 22, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

Imho this is a quite boring Release against the Smash Off Release "Track With No Schame" by "O"
In every Club in the past they play the "Schame" Track - Why ? It's more for the Dancefloor
silentrunning

silentrunning

August 17, 2010

What more can I say? Soon as you saw the purple Warp cover you didn't even need to listen to the track, you just bought it and took it home, you knew it would be quality...
Warp releases of that era were always right first time - they often released remix versions, but invariably they were never as bang-on as the original track.
tatman303

tatman303

August 14, 2010
Warp records led a revolution of incredible electronic cuts, with its first release from Sheffield based Forgemasters, featuring within it’s ranks the influential DJ Winston Hazel, who co-run the classic Wednesday night sessions at Cuba. The double header is classic example of mixing the sound of US house along with early elements of warehouse rave. This still stands the test of time and is not too hard to get hold of.

Philosopher

Philosopher

March 13, 2003

This was truly a seminal release. Nothing else around at the time sounded like it. It is hard to remember now, after all these years of techno and electronic dance music, how innovative this sounded.
lame

lame

June 24, 2002

imagine releasing a trance records in 1989...these guys at warp did it and already showed what they´d be avouching for in the future...always being a bit ahead of it. nice work!
eiskristall

eiskristall

April 14, 2002
Nobody could suspect what wlill happen after starting this new label from Sheffield with this release and what big influence Warp will have in the future on popular music. LFO, Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Boards Of Canada, Autechre, Black Dog/Plaid, Nightmares On Wax, Richard H. Kirk - the world order in music is not the same since 1989...