Frankie Bones ‎– Einstein e=me+3²

Drop Bass Network ‎– DBN028
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A1 Braindead 5:26
A2 Point Of No Return 5:40
B1 Einstein 5:35
B2 Move Your Body 5:54

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Sleeve info: generic Drop Bass Network sleeve

Extra info:
Repressed as a limited run on September 2002 to celebrate Drop Bass Network's 10th anniversary, with original label art and run out grooves. The only difference being the repress came in a white generic sleeve.

Notes on the 2002 repress from DBN website: ''Originally released in July of 1995. For some reason (we can't remember why?) we let it become discontinued.''

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side A): Side 1 "DBN 028 EINSTEIN, E=ME+3² E.P. Produced by frankie Bones in Brooklyn, NY of course, 1) BRAINDEAD 2) POINT OF NO RETURN APRIL 1995 DROP BASS NETWORK (NSC)
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etchings Side B): Side 2 "DBN028 3) EINSTEIN 4) MOVE YOUR BODY fax DBN at 414-5343 BANG FUCKIN' BANG, BOOM BOOM BOOM, HERE COMES THE BASS" (NSC)

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June 20, 2009

This record is one priceless piece of art. Frankie Bones' style is so unique and untimely, u can't put a time period on his style, he's always been true. The way BRAINDEAD starts is so breaky, then towards the end a happy acid flatline sound goes all out. That's the kind of sound you'd want to hear at an EVEN FURTHER or any dropBass event. The title of the record is still unclear to me, i think that the "Einstein e" means Einstein ecstacy, then the other part of the equation means Bones + nine people makes for a good party. Even though dropBass is solely a midwest thing, Bones still makes certain to keep his Brooklyn roots in check by the etchings on the record itself. This is a perfect record that captures Bones' contribution to dropBass and to Mr. Kurt Eckes and the whole midwest scene. Bones after all did want to spread the scene