Mark Verbos ‎– Impact 2000 EP

Re-load Records ‎– REL 002101
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM




Recorded @ Studio Chicago
Mastered @ Foon

Published by Big Time International
Manufactured & marketed by Big Time International

(P) & (C) 2000 Big Time International



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January 4, 2015
Well... I can't understand how this could happen that it was ever released. I haven't heard many releases that would be as boring as "Impract 2000". I can understand that minimalistic and very repetitive techno can be interesting - properly chosen sounds, proper mosaic made from them and you can like it. But this time it desn't happen - you got boring clatter made from so boring sounds that you can literally puke. It sounds like there was no conscious decision made while chosing any of these sounds. Just "OK, preset nr 77? yeah it can be preset 77, preset 14 plus easy filter? yeah love that filter, and preset 14 too". And here it is. Impact. Basically this is impact on your belief that there are wise people working in music industry.
Why I could make this review? Because someone gave me this as a bonus disc for some Discogs purchase. Yeah - now I know why this was given out for free. This is horrible and no one could buy it. I will not even try to sell it. I will keep it as an example how horrible shit could be released. And this is not dubstep and not year 2010-2015, when everything is released digitally so releasing cost nothing. Someone got pressed in on vinyl...