Human Resource ‎– Dominator

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80 Aum Records ‎– AUM 1012, IMC ‎– AUM 1012
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Vinyl, 12", Single
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Tracklist

Logoside
A Dominator
Writeside
B1 Misomega
B2 House Feelings

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℗©1991
Published by D.C. Songs

Thanks to: NISO OMEGA!!!, "Nighttown" Miranda

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  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
RS 9135 Human Resource Dominator (The Remixes)(12") R & S Records RS 9135 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version
DD13080 Human Resource Dominator (25 Years Of Domination Remixes)(6xFile, MP3, 320) Dark. Descent. DD13080 Netherlands 2016
RSUK 4R Human Resource Dominator (Remixes)(12") R & S Records, Outer Rhythm RSUK 4R UK 1991 Sell This Version
NL-FL7-09-00150 Human Resource Dominator (Stunned Guys Remix)(File, MP3, 320) Masters Of Hardcore NL-FL7-09-00150 Netherlands 2008
2102543 Human Resource Dominator 98(CD, Single) Bit Music 2102543 Belgium 1999 Sell This Version

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weshayden

weshayden

May 31, 2017
edited 5 months ago

I agree with TimaMachine....the least dated is B2 - House feelings, which you might not of ever heard unless you made the purchase of this release.....no youtube back then.
Secondly....that 4bar hoover sound when introduced in a mix is its real strength....
Carl Cox Eclipse 1 Highlander SideA.... up faded hoover sound and that only, introduced into Multiform - "Have You Got Any Techno Music?" so good in the mix but just doesnt stand up on its own very well now nor much genre crossover....unlike energy flash etc.

I still think on the complete dominator RSUK, the frank de wulf 1 remix is pretty damn good in parts even now and is let down by the hoover nouse and vocal samples otherwise that would still be playable outside the early 90s....the original is a bit pants on its jack.

I had all my originals of all my early rave tracks stolen by a so called mate I entrusted them with in the early 90s.....that included amongst other tracks the complete dominator on rsuk.....on a positive note it marks another notch on the board in favour of Discogs :) now have this release and the complete for set plays.
transition-metal

transition-metal

November 30, 2015
edited about 1 year ago
This was the forst real techno i ever heard and the first i ever purchased although this track seems to divide a lot of people, either love it or hate it, no middle ground with Dominator ! ! !
orcasusury

orcasusury

February 1, 2014
Does anyone know where the Dominator sampled lyrics came from? I swear I remember a show called SNUB in the late 80's that aired a video of an underground hip hop group where it was sampled from. I have tried looking this up already with no luck. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snub_TV
TimaMachine

TimaMachine

June 2, 2013

Dominator - Pure example of an overrated track that went commercial, hated it then and it's unbearable today (1/5). What's more baffling is that most people dismiss the B-Side altogether - Misomega & House Feelings are much stronger than the title track here. Misomega - typical dutch techno from early 90s (3/5). House Feelings - nice dutch Tech-House and by far the most enjoyable track on this release (4/5).
shanethedominator

shanethedominator

February 19, 2003

The Ultimate sound for teh 'Rave Era'! I think this was one, if not the 1st pressing of Dominator. Guido Pernet (Founder & only Original member of HR for thier duration) tells me that famous main riff in Dominator was produced using Synths connected to Guitar Amps...throw Larenzo Nash (The Rapper) into the mix & well...the rest you know! This track is said, partially to link to Hits from Ecstasy...