Gateway 2030 ‎– Space Convention

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Full-E Records ‎– FUE 0033-12
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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  • Barcode: 4017762002315
  • Label Code: LC 3610
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): FUE-0033-12A SST 45 UPM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): FUE-0033-12A SST 45 UPM

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Oldskool_Raver

Oldskool_Raver

March 17, 2015

Perfect Vinyl! My Ratio 10\10
mallam

mallam

April 19, 2014

full e/code/spaceflower were all in the same stable so fuck it space covention is right up there

dunno why they didnt keep this/these labels all together tbh but theyn were all released so fuck it..................

every code/spaceflower/most full e's all classics especially codes
mallam

mallam

April 19, 2014

gottta say, this is basically a code release high bpms etc big melody

for the not too fussy and clued up of us, obv we found it so happy days but its defo a unitedravers tune.................

nothin more to be said as up to 41 ish they all class (with the obv exception of the v early codes)

UNITED RAVERS RECORDS
baz.e.g77

baz.e.g77

May 20, 2011
edited over 7 years ago
kind of agree with rich this is a great track but imo this trys and fails at trying to replicate norman taylors sexmachine with that angel sounding synth and piano melody but to be honest i dont know which was released first maybe this was the track that influenced Wolfgang ( norman taylor)
great track anyhow
Rich.C

Rich.C

November 23, 2010

Gateway 2030 aka code 38, Global Players etc have a very repetitve style of producing, all their records seem to follow the same formula and are very similar in structure. All seem to have a similar bassline feel & main riff and nearly always contain the name of the track in a robotic voice at the end of the breakdown.
However, out of all their releases this one grabs me most, the bassline is not only fast but very catchy, i found their track "happy dreams" on Spaceflower recs a bit cheesey but this is anything but. The BPMs are cranked right up giving this a real "ravey" feel. Played by Mark EG at Helter Skelter "To The Millenium" 1998, my favourite Full-E recs release.