Logic ‎– The Warning / The Final Frontier

Label:
Strictly Rhythm ‎– SR 1207
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 The Warning (Inner Mix) 8:06
A2 The Warning (2 Copy Mix) 3:50
A3 The Warning (Acapella) 0:53
B1 The Final Frontier (Acoustic Mix) 8:21
B2 The Final Frontier (The Groove) 6:53

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Notes

Recorded at Tatiana Studios, Newark, N.J.
A mispress exists with a blank Strictly Rhythm label on the "Warning" side...

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): SR1207-WARNING Europadisk DMM
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): SR-1207-FRONTIER Europadisk DMM

Other Versions (5 of 15) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
145.736-5 Logic The Warning(12") BITE Records 145.736-5 Netherlands 1990 Sell This Version
BL 008 Wayne Gardiner And Eddie Maduro Wayne Gardiner And Eddie Maduro - The Warning(12", Ltd, Promo) Bolshevik BL 008 US 2005 Sell This Version
SR 1207 Logic The Warning / The Final Frontier(12", RE, RP, Whi) Strictly Rhythm SR 1207 UK 2020 Sell This Version
SR1207 Logic The Final Frontier / The Warning(12", RE, RP) Strictly Rhythm SR1207 US Unknown Sell This Version
PPAC1T Logic The Warning / Final Frontier(12", W/Lbl, Sta) Planet Pacific PPAC1T UK 1990 Sell This Version

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W.A.R

W.A.R

January 22, 2020
I've had this since early '91 . I found it by chance... it's a white label , only identification is PPAC-IT on runout .
AcidMouse

AcidMouse

January 12, 2018
The Warning - If you don't have this in your collection then you are seriously missing out. Flip it over and The Final Frontier will blow your mind. Deep house at it's best
Weareonenation303

Weareonenation303

January 30, 2016
edited over 5 years ago
The main melody used in "The Final Frontier" sounds suspiciously similar to the parts of the melody from the well known deep house classic Mr. Fingers - Can You Feel It.
jancito303

jancito303

January 18, 2016
As a reviewer mentions below, this was probably reissued before 07. Or at a minimum there were 2 different versions printed. I have 2 copies that look like the pictures on this release and a third one that has a brighter red, smaller font and the publishing details consolidated with the cat# on the left side of the label.
reverberation

reverberation

February 14, 2014
edited over 7 years ago
The Warning....The Final Frontier....The Logic crew...Edwin Maduro, Wayne Gardiner.

Music is eternal and this record proves all.
It was times of racism , poverty and lack of education in New York city. many people couldn't get jobs because of their color skin or social background. so they went out to clubs and to the dance floor to forget reality.

The heavily pitched vocals of Eddie Maduro talk all about it:

The warning against discrimination among our society by taking it to phases, how everything starts.. "the seed is planted when opposite attract - Can you dig it?", phase two - "the flower blossoms through what seems to be a concrete surface i.e greed, racism, insanity - physical and social handicaps. these are the things that mold the flower..."

on the last paraphrase the lyrics try to put a mirror on the reader :

" The judgment: if it would have falling upon you today, which flower would you prefer to be - the red one or the black one?... this is the warning...Warning...WARNING"

it ends with a question mark to eliminate our pre justices and perceptions in growing society, it is like a disease, so we must take the warning. as you can see this record was highly poetical not also in a lyrical way but in an instrumental way.

Legendary Keyboard player – David Benus takes the piano at some point and makes it a beautiful solo journey of octaves and riff's. this performance carries into the second side of the record with The Final Frontier track, the guy is such a skilled technique keyboard player...

Today's scene need more records like these.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

August 8, 2003
They re-issued this back in 96 I think, which is the copy I got, I remember it from that first Stricty Rhythm comp from back in 91. Epic deep house from a time when going deep was how to do it properly. Sampled by the Orb and loved by many.
Final frontier kinda sounds like a Larry Heard track. Good wholesome DEEEEEEEEEEP house made like it matters.