Hans G.* ‎– Anything You Like

Label:
SSR Records ‎– 12 SSR 119, SSR Records ‎– 12 S S R 119
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A1 A 1 5:47
B1 B 1 6:06
B2 B 2 3:27

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Tracklisting:
B2: Sleeve=B 2, Centre labels=B2

Produced at SSR Studios Belgium

Published by Les Editions De La Bascule
℗ 1991 SSR / Crammed Discs
© 1991 SSR / Crammed Discs

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 410377 519060
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): SSR 119-A 08 30651 20 1A1 HCB872848 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 12 SSR 119-B # 08 30651 20 2B1 HCB872848 A
  • Rights Society: SABAM/BIEM
  • Other (Identifier from labels): 08-030651-20
  • Other (Identifier from sleeve): 08-030651

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8892sales

8892sales

May 27, 2017
edited 4 months ago

For me it's all about B1. It just seems to cruise along more smoothly and that grinding bassline synth creates a driving, dirty funk lacking on A1.

A1 suspiciously sounds like it was sampled on Hedgehog Affair, Sounds Of House track, although can't confirm that.

B2 is more a bonus track, but is interesting nonetheless. Quite sparse in production. Like the other tracks still retains that spiralling xylophone/chime sound but more so on the electro techno tip and nothing like the Belgian techno madness of the other two tracks.
yellow_roland

yellow_roland

December 2, 2014
First heard A1 on Colin Dale's Abstrakt Dance (radikal radio, them were the days :-) show sometime in '91 ... straight up Belgian stomper but with some nice acidic undertones/relief (actually sounds like a bit of Acid Thunder in there at one point). There's also the (warning, poor description alert!) 'twittery' 'manipulated xylophone?' sound (well, similar) that Robert Gorl used in Psycho a couple of years later in here. B1 sounds like a remix with added chimes. B2, rediscovered today, is a nice little instrumental electro-tech track. The following release, Apache, on an oldskool housey tip has some well known UK hardcore sounds (Playing With Knives/Somebody Scream) and might also be worth checking if you don't know it.