M-D-Emm ‎– 1666 / Get Acidic

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MS 7 M-D-Emm 1666 / Get Acidic(12") Transmat MS 7 US 1988 Sell This Version
MS 007 M-D-Emm 1666 / Get Acidic(12") Transmat MS 007 US 1988 Sell This Version
none M-D-Emm 1666(12", W/Lbl) Transmat none US 1988 Sell This Version
MS 7 M-D-Emm 1666 / Get Acidic(12") Transmat MS 7 US 1989 Sell This Version
MS-7 M-D-Emm 1666 / Get Acidic(12", RE) Transmat MS-7 US Unknown Sell This Version

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AcidMouse

AcidMouse

January 19, 2018
referencing 1666 / Get Acidic, 12", MS 7
This is top quality UK acid house. No surprise that Derrick May put it out on Transmat. :)
Dubserver

Dubserver

December 14, 2007
referencing 1666 / Get Acidic, 12", MS 007

1666" (Pyro-Maniac Mix) The A side is the main track on the 12"inch .It's the first release of Mark Ryder later responsible for many Breakbeat, Drum and Base/Two Step tracks released under just as many aliases The same counts for Co-producer Dave Lee who is probably best know for his work under the name Joey Negro.The sound of 1666 is very spooky,deep and much different than the Chicago based acid sound played at the time A Penetrating scream in case you wasn't listening and a fine string sequence makes it complete for me .I always loved the track even after 20 Years.A nice early Transmat release (actually licensed from Republic Records)worth having in your collection.The B side is much in the style of Side A but less sticky ,still a good track considering the age.Anyhow a must have for collectors of old Classic's