Man Machine ‎– Animal Remixes

Outer Rhythm ‎– MMAN 3 TR
Vinyl, 12"

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A1 Animal (Primordial Jungle)
Remix – DJ Homes, DJ Martin (6)
A2 Animal (Neanderthal Dub)
Remix – DJ Homes, DJ Martin (6)
AA1 Shout (Live At The Alpha Centauri Cyberbowl)
Remix – Man Machine
AA2 Animal (Primitive Electronic)
Remix – Man Machine

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5016026240035

Other Versions (4 of 4) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MMAN 3T Man Machine Animal / Shout(12") Outer Rhythm MMAN 3T UK 1991 Sell This Version
NMX 550 Man Machine Animal / Shout(12") New Music International NMX 550 Italy 1991 Sell This Version
DID 128249 Man Machine Animal / Shout(12") Indisc DID 128249 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version
MMAN 3TP Man Machine Animal(12", Promo) Outer Rhythm MMAN 3TP UK 1991 Sell This Version


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November 15, 2017
Dj Homes here Just to update. Myself and dj Martin AKA Martin Williams (3rd original member of LFO) Did this remix (Remake) for Outer Rythm Records. Using the original samples from the original we felt we need to add a different flavour, to the original track. At the time we were producing tracks for Bassic Records Leeds. We also co produced some classic tracks like Ital Anthem by Ital Rockers (AKA Iration Steppas AKA Mark Iration) Soul Thunder by Juno and Pressure by Ability 2


April 27, 2013
it has taken me years to find this track after first hearing grooverider play it back in 91 at the start of the eclipse # 5 mixtape...originally thought it was a future sound of london track and it certainly has the same soundscape feel to it, but with more of a jacky warehouse sound and it blew me away when i first heard it. the kind of track you could play now and people would think it was made a 2 years back, not 22....i read somewhere that one of the guys was involved with LFO and you can definately hear a certain early 'warpness' to the sound in the drum programming and experimental ambient touches, think blaze 'lets get jazzy' mixed into Papua New Guinea and being played at a zoo and you won't be far off.....


March 11, 2013

The A-side remixes of "Animal", "Remade in Leeds" by the mysterious DJ Homes and DJ Martin really are the business - spooky , bassy and well produced with an authentic sound, and one could be forgiven for assuming that it is remixed under a pseudonym. I must confess a soft spot for Man Machine and Ed Stratton in general, but there always was something slightly cheesy and "plastic" about the sound of his productions. Rob Gordon's classic transformations of the eponymous debut brought this stuff to my attention, and this remix of "Animal" does a reasonable job of repeating the trick. Worth tracking down if obscure 90s UK techno is your thing, and dirt cheap too!