John Starlight ‎– Blood Angels

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Superstar Recordings ‎– SUPER DJ 2059
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A Blood Angels (Original Mix) 6:15
AA1 Blood Angels (Chris Liebing Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Chris Liebing
6:43
AAA1 Blood Angels (Tom Wax Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Tom Wax
6:10

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A1 mix name misspelled as "Orirginal Mix" on sleeve

(P) 2002 Art of Perception / Superstar Recordings
(C) 2002 Superstar Recordings

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4014235420171
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out A-side): B271672-01 A1 HL
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out B-side): B271672-01 B1 HL
  • Label Code: LC 00999

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SUPER DJ 2059 John Starlight Bloodangels(12", Promo) Superstar Recordings SUPER DJ 2059 Germany 2002 Sell This Version
SUPER DJ 2059 John Starlight Blood Angels(12", RP) Superstar Recordings SUPER DJ 2059 Germany 2007 Sell This Version

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sapila

sapila

February 7, 2010
<i>I wonder why
we got to do it

We wanna destroy
we want to screw it

inside your machine
we crush your hard disk

We eat your bits
Oh yeah we are misfits

There is a secret
within our wisdom

You cannot see it
cause you are lonesome

Come on let's pray
pray to the lord

Here comes the zombie
the zombie horde

Another movie
another time
another song
another rhyme

We're into terror
the moment's blow

Electric shocks
will be smashin your show.</i>

(No further comments are necessary)
oelli

oelli

September 4, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
Tha Bassline is like from a Happy-Hardcore-Track but its more deep and closed. The Synth are just totaly overplayed, but the track as a whole is am bomb ! The first time i heard this record it was like "yeah, THAT is a track". Absolutely Dancefloor-Party-Guarrantee !!
Raijin

Raijin

January 31, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
I certainly enjoyed this release, but i'd have to say that the Tom Wax mix is the best interpretation. Although it doesn't deviate from the original arrangement much, it defintely has a harder, darker, insidious feel to it that was dissapointingly understated in the other mixes I heard. This is a killer bassline-dependent track; hearing this on a 100k JBL live rig is like a trip to hell in itself. I'd play this live, but to tell you the truth, i've been hard pressed to find other tracks that mix well into it; Hard trance just doesn't sound that evil without losing it's restraint and turning into hardstyle.

Original, interesting, a challenge.
Vlad_The_Inhaler

Vlad_The_Inhaler

January 3, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Anyone that says Blood Angels isn't well-produced obviously isn't a producer.That shit ain't easy,you know.
I haven't ever heard a techno track like it,and it's not a case of "use as a filler"(you nonce) or "play at the right time",because if you dropped this track in Fabric on a saturday night at ANY time,it would rock the fuckin' party.
Believe it or not,this track is actually huge in the UK techno/house scene.It is obscure,but it's also genius.
dj_new

dj_new

June 2, 2004

I think I would have to say something about this track. It's got a feal of un-professionalism to it. But for some reason, when you listen to the track, it comes off as so original, that the professionality or polished-ness of it just dosent seem to matter. Its what everone said, dark, fun, funky, evil. All rolled into one. Definatly kill a dancefloor, if dropped at the right time.
technobug00

technobug00

April 16, 2004
If there was only one word to descirbe this track, it would be HARD. Badly vocoded vocals, crispy grinding sounds and a killer bassline give the first few seconds a wannabe raw feeling. But when the main synth bumps in, it's total euphoria and no one can miss the point. And as there is always some modifications along the way, the DJ have absolutely no job to do except to let the record play. Give this a play and the whole dancefloor will be full of fear as to "what the fuck is this shit ?". Soon enough, everyone will be jumping everywhere and when the main surprise will hit the speakers, everybody will shout in total awe. Mass destruction weapon for the dancefloorheads.
ClaytonC.

ClaytonC.

July 12, 2003

Not happy, this track is just plain and simple not happy. Ive seen this played in a group of 1000 party kids and it scared the shit out of em. Ha. If you are an angry person, you need this for a bad day.