Inigo Kennedy ‎– On The Move EP

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A Terminal Rush
B Train Switch

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Mastered at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin

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  • Matrix / Runout: MPO EXO 007 A 45 RPM @D+M
  • Matrix / Runout: MPO EXO 007 B 45 RPM @D+M

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EX 007 Inigo Kennedy On The Move EP(12", EP, W/Lbl, Promo) Expire EX 007 UK 1998 Sell This Version

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maroko

maroko

January 18, 2011

I don't want to come across as a twat, but this record should be reissued, re-released, re-distributed, re-published, re-whatever (you get the point) and stamped in 4 million copies, at least, and then be handed to party goers across the globe every time they enter a club.
"On the move" is a perfect example of how one could have gotten infatuated with techno after one listen of a single record, wanting to go out there and do something!
The comparisons to Surgeon and Umek are accurate.
Terminal Rush and Train Switch sound like Anthony Child on amphetamines kicking it with Umek, who goes all Jack Torrance on a large church organ. Loud, crisp and distorted, with those grating, nerve drilling synthetic sequences Umek deployed early on in his production years on Consumer Recreation and Zet. Inigo's sound resemble that of these producers, but as stated before, he gives it a slightly more agressive touch, think of Surgeon's epochal Badger Bite pitched up a bit and infected with rabies.
This release sounds like a place where Consumer Recreation meets early Downwards, which in my book means that "On The Move" is a classic few can even hope to outdo.
Since my initial ambition not to come across as a twat probably miserably failed, I will degrade myself to the fullest and say how you probably had to be living on Jupiter for the past two decades if this never made a stop under your needle.
Seriously, this is one of the best full-on techno releases of the nineties, and a great example of what the UK producers were up to back then. Do not be without it!
djinsomnia

djinsomnia

October 9, 2001
edited over 16 years ago
Inigo sounds like a ballsier Surgeon on these two cuts, with a kick drum that resonates far after it hits. It's not more of a reverbed kick, but a 1.5 second kick, if you can imagine this. Very big sound, also quite aggressive as Inigo knows
djinsomnia

djinsomnia

August 27, 2001
edited over 16 years ago
Inigo's record is absolutely insane!! It's so damn hard, dark, & demented (my favorite). It sounds like a cross between Umek & early Surgeon, with a touch of Inigo's style to make it his very own. Excellent record