Luke Slater ‎– X-Tront Vol. 2

Label:
Peacefrog Records ‎– PF011
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
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A1 Sea Serpent 5:20
A2 Splitting Atoms
Co-producer – Alan Sage
6:10
B1 Natural Science 9:20
B2 Taking Sides (Many Mix) 6:12
C1 Moave Violin 8:00
C2 From Time To Time
Co-producer – Alan Sage
6:08
D1 The Secret Gardens 6:25
D2 Colonian Space
Co-producer – Alan Sage
6:00

Credits

  • Artwork By [Sleeve Design] – Mr. Foot
  • Written-by [All Works By]Luke Slater

Notes

<small>Some editions had a misprint on the A-side sticker whereby only the gold-colored Peacefrog logo was displayed but the textual information regarding the artist and track name was missing.

Mismatches between the cover and the labels on some track titles and times.

Covers reads:

A1 Sea Serpent (5:20)
A2 Splitting Atoms (6:20)
B1 Natural Science (9:30)
B2 Taking Sides (6;20)
C1 Mauve Violin (5:30)
C2 Time To Time (6:08)
D1 Secret Gardens (6:25)
D2 Colonian Space Unexplored (6:00)

Cover states A2, C2 and D2 are co-produced by Alan Sage, labels only credit him on A2.</small>

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PF0011, PF11X Luke Slater X-Tront Vol. 2(2x12", Album + 12", Ltd) Peacefrog Records, Peacefrog Records PF0011, PF11X UK 1993 Sell This Version
PF011S Luke Slater X-Tront Vol. 2 (Pre-Release Sampler)(12", Smplr, Promo, Ltd, Cle) Peacefrog Records PF011S UK 1993 Sell This Version
PF11 C.D., PF-CD0011 Luke Slater X-Tront Vol. 2(CD, Album) Peacefrog Records, Peacefrog Records PF11 C.D., PF-CD0011 UK 1993 Sell This Version

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October 21, 2008
Volume 2 is by far the best release in Luke Slaters xtront series of recordings.One and three are definatly worth checking,but number two is a must have.It contains a varied selection of fantastic peaktime,dark and hard techno guaranteed to blow the roof of any venue.This double also has a selection of sublime ambient techno which Luke has become well known for.Top tracks for me are the stomping sea serpant/splitting atoms/moave violin and colonial space,all winners.Xtront 2 came out hot on the heels of Jeff Mills Waveforms Volume 1 and certainly both compliment each other.Can you own one and not the other?