Mainline ‎– Narcotic / Innerspace

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Bedrock Records ‎– BED 6
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Vinyl, 12"
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A Narcotic 8:12
AA Innerspace 6:29

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Made in England.

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BED 6 Mainline Narcotic / Innerspace(12", M/Print) Bedrock Records BED 6 UK 2000 Sell This Version
BED06 Mainline Narcotic / Innerspace(2xFile, WAV, RE) Bedrock Records BED06 UK Unknown
BED06 Mainline Narcotic / Innerspace(CD, Single, RE) Bedrock Records BED06 UK 2007 Sell This Version

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txrx.records

txrx.records

October 7, 2017
2017 and this still gives me tingles. Has stood the test of time pretty well.
moslondon9960

moslondon9960

May 15, 2016

In fact, we like this record from bedrock. and hope so can re-upload this album cover again, thanks.
dannyDVINCI

dannyDVINCI

December 28, 2014

incredible melodic body pumping sounds thats come together many great ways to tickle the brain in all the right places.

Good for sunrise and sunset type of vibe. Much Respect to Bedrock.
sycamore

sycamore

March 16, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

Holy Shinto!
Its all about "Narcotic". Innerspace is ok but nothing special. Narcotic on the other hand is crushing. Heavy 4/4 starts the track and cuts out just a little too quick if your trying to do ye olde progressive 5 minute mix so you gotta be ready for that. Once the beat kicks in again it is layered with a super phat bassline that in itself is slambonius. Over the top seeps in wispy tinglings and slight melodies that start building and crescending untill.... They just fade away leaving you with a 4/4 and crushing bass that are more on a house tip then anything untill that gets filtered down to the depths. While mucking around in the percussion in comes the super bassline. Now start filtering up the percussion up up up upppp and drop in 4/4 into super slam city. Booya!! Now just when your thinking good god this is an amazing track, Woodoo, here come all the weird tinkilings and whatnot. Awesome. Now if you start your mix while this is all going on the song pretty much drops out for about 64 bars or so and you can catch it with the kick from your next track making for a very good mix. All around amazing track. In my top 10 favs. A good place to hear this is Sasha & Digweeds "Communication" disk 2, First track. Thanks for making a crusher!!!!!
apostle83

apostle83

February 8, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

"Narcotic" is old-school Holden before the Border Community days of late. A pretty melody drifts over the top of some nice stabbing percussion (influenced by Hywel no doubt). The melody gets yanked half way through as the beat comes to a soft roll. Slowly the drums pick up speed until it's time for the swirling melody to emerge again. A classic masterpiece.
nicholasdavid

nicholasdavid

December 19, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

This record is a priceless jewel of electronic bliss. Narcotic is rich with rhythmic percussion, iced over with an ethereal layer of crystalized melody, a true masterpiece. Innerspace is no less amazing: solid beat, uplifting melody, excellent programming. I've learned to expect nothing less than perfection from James Holden; with this release he delivers whole heartedly.
djdamnage

djdamnage

May 21, 2003

This early Bedrock release has been one of my all-time favorite James Holden tracks. With his Mainline project, Holden creates spaced out bliss with "Innerspace" and brings you down and dirty with the flip, "Narcotic". Classic stuff.