Imatran Voima ‎– Imatran Voima Presents Ghetto Bass Archives Vol. 1

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Kostamus Records ‎– KOS003
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Lathe Cut, 8", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Limited Edition, Numbered, Clear
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Numbered, Limited edition (200 pcs.)

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AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

AUTOMATIXROMANTIX

April 1, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

The limited clear 8 inch vinyl came out shortly after their debut lp, and was the first time the track 'in/out' surfaced. A nice link was stablished between the new OG-sounding electro coming out of Northern European countries at the time with the original old school OG electro sound of miami/LA/NY from the 80's. In/out has an obvious reference to the sound of the 'World Class Wreckin Crew', while the bside has a 80s miami bass electro style. A great record for the die-hard electro freaks, I got my copies just by luck when it came out, glad i ve held on to it cause I ve come to appreciate it more with the passage of time. Goes well in sets that want to surprise the old school freaks with something they havent heard possibly hehe. Maybe its time Imatran Voima to make Ghetto Bass archives vol 2.
viima

viima

July 31, 2002
A bit of a let down after a promising debut. Clicheed speach samples, typical basslines and generic electro beats.

Not bad, but nothing new either.

Oh yes, this was released as a super mega rare 200 ltd. pressing hand made in New Zealand.

Clear vinyl inside a plastic bag with a sticker.