Kubrick ‎– Kick It For Me

ESP Records ‎– ESP 9124-1
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM


A1 Kick It For Me (One Time) 5:01
A2 Jizz 4:14
AA1 Original Band 4:01
AA2 Concentration 4:27

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Published by EMI Music / Frontdyk Music.
℗ 1992 ESP Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 711315 912415
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): ESP 9214-A 08 31290 20 1A 1 HCB873390.
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side AA): ESP 9124-B 08 31290 20 1B 1 HCB873390
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Other: 08-031290-20


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January 26, 2013

Without a doubt some of the most beautiful mysterious emotion driven thought provoking tracks i have EVER heard. (and i listen to a LOT of music from all genres). This EP has a special place in my heart.

I remember getting out of class during my first years in college, going to the forrest next to the campus, sit under the trees in a secluded area where the canopy just let the right amount of sunlight through, and i would light up some marijuana on my glass pipe, then listen to these tracks over and over, till time stood still, and all the troubles in the world were nothing but a faded memory. Some of the happiest moments in my life so far were experienced listening to this, and that's by no coincidence.

This EP is substantial for many reasons. It came at a time when you could put a breakbeat together, slap some trance (the name which didn't exist yet) chords, stamp a house kick on it, and finish it off with a side of techno, and everything would fit accordingly. Each track here, specially "Jizz" and "Kick It For Me (One Time) are tracks that are so timeless, so unique, that you can only sit back close your eyes and just wonder, wonder at it all. They are what i call dream tracks, music that seem to come out of a dream. This EP is a prime example of those early 90's experimental tracks that you only find rarely, those who have a sound you didn't even know existed. It's what made that era the blueprint that we still try to follow today, EPs like this.

A masterpiece in every sense. I wish everyone had a chance to listen to this. 20/10, 5 stars.