The Invaderz* ‎– Wintersun / Control My Mind

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Metalheadz ‎– METH 042, Metalheadz ‎– METH042
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Wintersun 6:30
AA Control My Mind 6:54

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Track durations and BPM are not mentioned on the release.

A: 170 BPM
AA: 170 BPM

Cat #'s:
METH 042 on label
METH042 on sleeve

Made In England

℗ & © Metalheadz 2001.

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  • Barcode: 6 66017 02666 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): METH 042 - A' Stu. mA.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side AA): METH 042 - AA' mA.

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JohnnyMassacre

JohnnyMassacre

March 7, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
Underrated track from producers who came a long way in a short space of time. This was maybe the apex of their development. In "Control My Mind" The Invaderz' signature basses are present, and there are also many lush layers making up this drifting, dense wall of sound comprised of movie samples, pads and other fuzzy elements. A bit reminiscent of Klute productions, but more measured, this is definitely worth a listen, and wouldn't be out of place in a Ram Records set because of its relentless rolling funk.
veers

veers

November 12, 2005
edited over 5 years ago

It's a shame to underrate such a wicked pair of infectious rollers !!!!!!!!!
Eh guys, clean up your ears : this is THE best Invaderz record ever, far above "Feel somebody" or "Rocksteady" which were already dancefloor killers !!!!
All right some samples are outstripped but on the other hand they are so well used and cleverly placed...

"Control my mind" is a club driver, soulful and uplifting. Even if sharing some sounds with it(specially parts of the main female choruses), "Rocksteady" for instance is inferior.
In "Control my mind" there is always something new and vigorous to propel you forward if not feeding your imagination and sensitivity with delicate and proper key in the short breaks.

"Winter sun" is as good, full of sexy vocals and lush pads over a steady stompin'arrangement of drums.

And be warned: this was not only intended to make girls move...

Gigantic d'n'b from the deep side I'd like to compare, in the end, to Marcus Intalex & ST Files' "Revolution"...
As vital.