Liquid Metal ‎– Dynomite EP‼

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Gaga Records ‎– GAGA 003
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Tracklist

This Side
A1 Mr. Dynomite! 5:38
A2 Do It Demented 5:36
That Side
AA1 Edit-Tech 5:32
AA2 Edit-Tech Bootie Beats! 3:38
AA2 Open Your Mind 5:00

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Recorded & mixed at the Zoo.
℗ © 1991 Gaga Records Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (This Side): GAGA-003 A EW
  • Matrix / Runout (That Side): GAGA-003-AA EW

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Jarren

Jarren

April 4, 2018

Mr. Dynomite is the ULTIMATE oldschool techno rave track.

Pounding, terrorising & aggressive, with razor sharp production skills from a very young Omar Santana.

The main riff, which only happens once (halfway through the track), is a statement of intent. I find it hard to make comparisons, but you could say Altern 8's Frequency or The Hypnotist's "Hardcore U Know The Score".

Proper serious hardcore business!

The other tracks are top notch too. Very inventive and driving.

10/10 for this outstanding release.
AskeladdenBlack

AskeladdenBlack

January 11, 2017
I seem to remember Aphex playing this a bit when he was djing.
djbedroomaudience

djbedroomaudience

July 29, 2016
Edit Tech, has one of the best Rave synth lines ever. Almost sounds like a cut and paste of a classic hoover synth line. It's in my box next to Mentasm.
kidunknown1976

kidunknown1976

August 22, 2015

Picture the scene, I'm a 15 year old kid in 1991 and have never heard any underground house or techno. A friend of mine plays a mix tape that he has on my stereo and the first track is 'edit-tech'. Mind blown. Everything that I've heard before now pales into insignificance. I can remember thinking, 'how is it possible to produce these sounds?', I was mesmerised. I obtained the e.p. a while later and every track is a banger - one of my favourite records of all time. An absolute classic.
bad_boy_salvage_co.

bad_boy_salvage_co.

February 12, 2009

Mr.Dynomite! ... anyone true hardhead, young or old(er :) can't fail to love this track ... the energy in it is awesomely immediate and relentless but so where a thousand other tracks in '91 you may say ... true, but the quality of production puts this release up there with the best of them ... it's jam packed with sounds and samples and the raw energy so typical of the best hardcore and techno around back then just rips from every groove ... thinking about mixing it out before the end is like trying not to chew a Fruit Pastile! Like the best records in your collection, Mr.Dynomite still gets the adrenalin flowing as much now as he did 18 years ago ... the other tracks won't disappoint either, this is a solid 5tracker, make no mistake ... hope someone brought the laser ...
BREEZEY

BREEZEY

October 22, 2007

This record is so underated, I cannot believe nobody has commented on it. All the tracks are so way ahead of its time. It has all the elements of dance rolled into one, from hardcore, breakbeat, techno and even a bit of gabber. Uses classic samples from movies like Hellraiser, Battlestar Gallactica and Total Recall (yes, the infamous 'open your mind' sample as used by Usura). Basically this record has it all and something for everyone. If there was a 6 out of 5, this would have it. Essential tuneage!