Jack Master ‎– Basement Trax Vol.I

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Jack ‎– JACK 1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): Jack 001-A NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): Jack 001-B NSC

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terrysuki

terrysuki

November 13, 2017

Everyone goes on about "Bang The Box" which is a cool tune but it's just a take on Carl Craig's "Jam The Box", but it's "One Trac Mind" that's the real killer on this 12".
claptom141

claptom141

October 11, 2017
Very late 80s chicago style, with a more progressive and straight rhythm pattern. Probably inspired by the chicago vocal and drums track by Matt Warren ‎– Bang The Box
jancito303

jancito303

February 25, 2017
One trac mind is where its at. It really is like a one trac mind insisting on infecting your mind with one simple but extremely catchy pattern. Drop it on the dancefloor today and people go nuts.
MarioPenati

MarioPenati

December 26, 2016
such a killer release! typical 90's house sound, very much liked ;-)
jb3funk

jb3funk

November 1, 2010
Damon Wild & Tim Taylor - Bang The Acid

So who Copied Who???
scherben

scherben

October 1, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

This is classic US techno from Canada (via Oxford). Bang the Box an awesome drum track with vox, whilst the B side harks back to 88/89. Has an experimental feel, but danceable with it, and well worth tracking down.
Kino

Kino

August 27, 2002
This was '94. The label was very carefully designed to look like a classic Trax release. So was the artist name: 'Jack Master' was infact Richie Hawtin havin fun in parody mode during a time when a Chicago renaissance was sweeping the planet.