Frank De Wulf ‎– The B-Sides Volume Three

Label:
Music Man Records ‎– MMI 9008
Series:
The B-Sides – Volume Three
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Foreign Trips 3:57
A2 The Darkness Revisited 4:20
B1 Orbital Ways 4:20
B2 The Original 4:18
B3 The Tape 4:14

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Notes

Track A2 samples:
Vocal from Anne Clark - Our Darkness

Track B3 samples:
Dialogue from the film Apocalypse Now

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  • Rights Society: SABAM TM

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BSIDES 004 Frank De Wulf The B-Sides Volume Three(5xFile, FLAC) B-Sides (2) BSIDES 004 Belgium 2010
MMI 9009 De Wulf Frank* The B-Sides Volume Three(CD) Music Man Records MMI 9009 Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
BSIDES 004 Frank De Wulf The B-Sides Volume Three (5xFile, MP3, 320) B-Sides (2) BSIDES 004 Belgium 2010

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aidiothir

aidiothir

December 11, 2017

A quite nice release but with no techno anthems in here, like "Magic Orchestra" of b-sides II, or the excellent techno anthems "Moribund" and "Moral soundabuse" of b-sides IV (the best volume of b-sides series) but here the tracks have a more new-beatish feel, more of a past 1988-1989 attitude, still very enjoyable tracks. By the way i prefer the Remix of the "Tape" track by miles, than the original version here. That remix refined the tune imo.
Symm

Symm

August 6, 2017
All of Frank De Wulf's work is so short... Great tracks but not DJ friendly at all
TimaMachine

TimaMachine

February 9, 2013

The Darkness Revisited samples Anne Clark's Our Darkness (1984)
suvz

suvz

February 7, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

The copy i have of this is labeled correctly but has , foreign Trips ,The darkness Revistited on both sides.2 tracks on each side .Obviously a pressing mistake..
Is there any more out there ???
thacidisaster

thacidisaster

March 8, 2007
edited over 10 years ago
This EP contains 'The Tape' which is one of my fave FDW tracks. It starts with a sample from Apocalypse now and follows with a fantastic spiralling loop which charachterises the track. Great use of a saxophone sample (which i usually hate in dance tracks) and rumbling bassline. More on the house tip rather than the big rave noises he likes to use. Every time i heard this one played out it was always played from the beginning unmixed. Still played by myself as it has dated very well.