Luke Slater ‎– Fear And Loathing

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React ‎– REACT CD 210
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1.01 Birdland Birdland
Written-By, Producer – Birdland
3:18
1.02 Oxia Check The M...
Written-By, Producer – Olivier Raymond
2:46
1.03 Player Player 6 Side A
Written-By, Producer – Player
3:03
1.04 Ben Sims The Basics
Written-By, Producer – Ben Sims
1:48
1.05 1st Bass Slam Me Down
Written-By, Producer – Jan Van Janssen
3:10
1.06 Planetary Assault Systems Atomic
Featuring – HulalWritten-By, Producer – Planetary Assault Systems
3:05
1.07 Jeff Mills AX-009B Track A1
Written-By, Producer – Jeff Mills
4:09
1.08 DJ Shufflemaster Slip Inside You
Written-By, Producer – Tatsuya Kanamori
2:26
1.09 Chris Cowie Frisky
Written-By, Producer – Chris Cowie
1:34
1.10 Ben Sims Loops
Written-By, Producer – Ben Sims
4:02
1.11 James Ruskin Confession
Written-By, Producer – James Ruskin
1:21
1.12 Zzino vs. Filterheadz Corrador
Written-By, Producer – Bert Wilmaers, Maarten Wilmaers, Zzino
3:45
1.13 Regis Exercise For Institutions
Written-By, Producer – Regis
4:10
1.14 Ben Sims Manipulated (Adam Beyer Remix)
Remix – Adam BeyerWritten-By, Producer – Ben Sims
3:25
1.15 Sharpside Teiscodrop
Written-By – Nicolas Scaravilli, Psychogene
2:59
1.16 Marco Bailey The Green Hornet (Advent Remix)
Remix – The AdventWritten-By, Producer – Marco Bailey, Redhead
1:48
1.17 Planetary Assault Systems Function 3
Featuring – HulalWritten-By, Producer – Planetary Assault Systems
2:53
1.18 Ben Long The Virus
Written-By, Producer – Ben Long
1:46
1.19 Lords Of Shamboo Name 4 The Pain
Producer – Lords Of ShambooWritten By – M. CliffeWritten-By – Pete Simpson, Richard Wilkinson
2:23
1.20 Planetary Assault Systems Function 5
Featuring – HulalWritten-By, Producer – Planetary Assault Systems
0:49
1.21 Michel De Hey vs. Literon Transmitter
Written-By, Producer – Michel De Hey, William Literon
4:08
1.22 Cracker Jack Pussy Freak
Written-By, Producer – Pete Simpson, Richard Wilkinson
5:01
1.23 Luke Slater Body Freefall, Electronic Inform
Drums [Additional] – Alan SageGuitar – Seth HodderVocals – Speech RecognitionWritten-By, Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By, Arranged By, Drums [Additional] – Luke Slater
3:58
1.24 Luke Slater Filter 2
Featuring – HulalWritten-By, Producer – Luke Slater
5:50
2.01 DHS House Of God
Written-By, Producer – Ben Stokes
2:14
2.02 Two Lone Swordsmen Bunker (Villalobos Remix)
Remix – Ricardo VillalobosWritten-By – Andrew Weatherall, Keith Tenniswood
1:41
2.03 DBX Spocks Brain
Written-By, Producer – Daniel Bell
3:45
2.04 Luke Slater All Exhale (The FC Kahuna Mix)
Engineer, Mixed By – John Collyer*Producer [Additional] – Dan & Jon KahunaRemix – FC KahunaVocals – Speech RecognitionWritten-By, Producer, Mixed By, Recorded By – Luke Slater
3:57
2.05 Planetary Assault Systems Groove For Thought
Featuring – HulalWritten-By, Producer – Planetary Assault Systems
4:28
2.06 Millsart Every Dog Has It's Day Vol. 2 Track D1
Written-By, Producer – Jeff Mills
2:46
2.07 Pacou Tijuca
Written-By, Producer – Pacou
2:35
2.08 Jeff Mills Gamma Player
Written-By, Producer – Jeff Mills
4:46
2.09 Mr. G G's Strings
Written-By, Producer – Mr. G
4:53
2.10 Artificial Funk People Don't Know
Producer – Artificial FunkWritten-By – Rune R. Kölsch*
4:51
2.11 The Youngsters Illogique
Written-By, Producer – The Youngsters
4:18
2.12 Mr. Sliff Power Tower
Written-By, Producer – Adam Beyer
3:10
2.13 Adam Beyer Presents Mr. Sliff Rippin And Dippin
Written-By, Producer – Adam Beyer
3:41
2.14 B.L.I.M. & Rennie Pilgrem* Eskimo (Yellow Snow Remix)
Producer – B.L.I.M.Written-By – Gervase E. CookeWritten-By, Producer – Rennie Pilgrem
1:14
2.15 Tipper Tug Of War
Written-By, Producer – Tipper
2:49
2.16 S.I. Futures I Like That (Brand New)
Featuring – T Power*Programmed By [Additional] – Deep Thought (3)Written-By, Producer – Marc Royal, Si Begg
3:17
2.17 DJ Remy Serious Damage
Written-By, Producer, Composed By, Arranged By – Remy Unger
3:38
2.18 Lamonde* Dr. Smith
Written-By, Producer – Lamonde*
3:02
2.19 Polarity Subdued
Written-By, Producer – Irma Van Dijk, Mirko van Dommelen
5:07
2.20 Felix Da Housecat Silver Screen - Shower Scene (FC Kahuna Mix)
Co-producer, Mixed By, Arranged By – Dave The HustlerLyrics By – Tommie SunshineProducer – Thee GlitzProducer, Arranged By, Voice – Felix Da HousecatProgrammed By [Additional], Producer [Additional] – Daniel Ormondroyd, John Collyer*, Jon NowellRemix – FC KahunaVocals, Voice – Miss KittinWritten-By – David Jenefsky, Felix Stallings Jr., Thomas Lorello
9:00

Credits

Notes

Recorded at Spacestation Zero UK in one go with three 1210's. Edited on Logic Audio. Mastered at Heathmans Mastering.

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  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): REACTCD210CD1 1:1:1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): REACTCD210CD2 :2:1:1.
  • Other (Mastering SID Code CD1): IFPI L042
  • Other (Mastering SID Code CD2): IFPI L041
  • Other (Mould SID Code CD1): IFPI 7308
  • Other (Mould SID Code CD2): IFPI 7307
  • Barcode (Printed (On Slipcase)): 5021 620 921 730
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1984Comrade

1984Comrade

January 16, 2011
edited over 6 years ago
Both of the CDs are superb the man puts down two of the most organic, stylish and original mixes in history and this i mean without anything flashy. Anybody who has a wrong word for this can go ahead and try to do it after him.
CD1 truly show his skills how exceptionally thinking and talented dj he is birsting with style, craft and organic originality. A kind of ethalon techno dj pushing his mix for the rest in the field to compare with.
Pseventeen

Pseventeen

September 28, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
I really wasn't expecting a lot when I first heard this mix because I'm not that huge a fan of Luke Slater's music the past few years. But I figured I'd take a leap of faith and buy the cd.
OMG!!!!! I was greatly surprised on a number of levels. Firstly it's a live dj mix and not a computer edited release. You can hear a couple of minor warts in Luke's mixes but nothing that takes away from the overall quality of the mix. The tracks can be a little monotonous at times but again, nothing to take away from the mix as a whole. And disc 2 completely blows me away!!!!! Deep, minimal techno done on three decks and done in a way that doesn't really stick out and no real obvious tracks being played.

EDJ303

EDJ303

September 23, 2003
Though his production work references everything from retro-electro to funky breaks, Luke Slater's still a purist on the decks, and his double-disc mix treatment for React keeps it deliciously simple (similar to Dave Angel's 39 Flavours of Tech-Funk from a couple years previously). Slater introduces the set with the raggedy sax solos and furious bongos of a self-titled single from Birdland, then quickly moves into more bangin' territory, courtesy of tracks from Ben Sims, Jeff Mills, DJ Shufflemaster, James Ruskin, and no less than three from his own Planetary Assault Systems alias. Slater stretches out on the second disc, beginning with a minimal DHS jacker from 1989 (!), stringing together left-field tracks from Two Lone Swordsmen and DBX. Minimal techno favorites like Mills, Pacou, and Mr. G make appearances midway through the set, then Slater turns to tech-house with breakbeat tracks from B.L.I.M. ("Eskimo"), Tipper ("Tug of War"), Si Begg's S.I. Futures project ("I Like That (Brand New)"), and, to top it off, an FC Kahuna mix of Felix da Housecat's 2001 burner, "Silver Screen - Shower Scene." He's no Hunter S. Thompson on the decks (thank goodness), but Luke Slater proves his touch is good as gold.
laminad

laminad

March 19, 2003

I was disappointed when I heard Disc One like I was disappointed when I heard him DJ at LOST for the first time a while back (as opposed to his live sets!). If this is your kind of music I'd choose Dave Clarke every time.

On the other hand I was entranced by the subtleness of the first three quarters of Disc 2. The choice of records is fantastic and my opinion of Luke's DJing has changed dramatically.