Kektex vs. Sarcoblast ‎– Inner City Junkies

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Routemaster Records ‎– ROUTE 17
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2 × Vinyl, 12"
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Notes

Track D2 Sarcoblast with Carl (Audio Pancake) as Advacado Bianco

Track A was later repressed in 1999 on Soundsystem, then in 2009 on Inner City Junkies / Wicked Plastik.

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aggichick

aggichick

February 13, 2015
Ahhhhhh, Innercity Junkies...one of my fave tunes of all times :) Great review by the way, and yes, the vocals get me everytime :)
neurodynamo

neurodynamo

November 8, 2014

Fantastico - Great track as well :)
Braindead

Braindead

October 12, 2014

I cannot believe no-one has posted any review of this double pack...it was a permanent addition to my record bag, when I used to regularly DJ.

In my opinion there are two tracks that are worthy of mention.

Firstly, Inner City Junkies. This is an absolute monster! Although I don't believe it is Kektex's best track, it has a universal appeal that people from different genres appreciate. I've played it at trance venues, and goth venues...it's dark and hard (as you'd expect), but somehow the vocal is what makes it loved..."got my spoon cooking brown" ;). Almost everything about this track is perfect...

Secondly, it is Sarcoblast's Fazed. In my opinion, this *IS* Sarcoblast's best track...it's not acidic, but demonstrates how hard straight techno can be. I used to DJ this track whenever I could fit it into sets...On a personal note, it is one of the tracks that made me realise how awesome techno could be.