Jack U. Rebels* ‎– Cyber Space Tracks Vol. 2

Label:
Timeplan ‎– Time 5002-12
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

Other Galaxy
A Drive In - Drive Out
This Galaxy
B1 Cyberspace - Revolution
B2 Lost In Space

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℗ 1991 Jack U. Rebels

Side A: other galaxy 45 RPM
Side B: this galaxy 33 RPM

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  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 6500

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BomberOne

BomberOne

January 21, 2008

Note an underrated one (5/5 as I'm writin this), but certainly one of those records than should be more appreciated, even 16 years later. This one is exactly one of those who fall under the "techno-house" category : electronic meant for club, with a futuristic spirit (cyber space and all those think that were forward-thinking and romantic then), the energy of house, but the sound of techno, even if not yet formulaic. At that time, Germany was producing lots of these stuff, like the BOY releases, or the first Suck Me Plasma.

To be more specific, "Drive In Drive Out" was he hit there : some sexy samples (but not ridiculous or too stupidly offensive", layered on a cleverly assembled set of synth and bleeps. The main synth is sounding a bit like some Anne Clark synth line.
"Cyberspace - Revolution" is typically a cool deep track, with nice bass and vintage synth, and some talk samples on it.
The last track is even more slow, a piece of ambient techno with nice strings on it, relaxed and deep.