Frequency (3) ‎– Slam To The Funk / Systematic Input

Label:
Lower East Side Records ‎– LES 9202
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Slam To The Funk
A2 Industrial Metal
B1 Systematic Input
B2 Systematic Input (Hardcore Encore)

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Notes

Track A1 uses a sample ('Whoooo.. hot damn I'm great') from Ultramagnetic MCs - A Chorus Line

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side run-out): LES 9202-A HCB 873320.
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side run-out): LES 9202-B HCB 873320
  • Rights Society: Stemra

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teecee

teecee

July 7, 2017
For me, this EP is the perfect example of the way that the Dutch and British sound borrowed from each other in the early 90s. The UK and NL may have warred, but actually are more similar than not. But back to the EP: For me, it's all about Systematic Input - a properly fun track. Silly hands in the air smiley happy dancing. And there's that bassline, oh yes, the bassline. Superbly and intricately engineered.Remember, this is 1992, so some serious hardware and MIDI programming going on here. I suspect Orlando might have liked Carl Craig's My Machines :)
djbedroomaudience

djbedroomaudience

July 28, 2016
Systematic Input is incredible funky, one of Voorn's lesser known gems. The man just made so much good records. Great bargain.