Meat Beat Manifesto ‎– 99%

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Mute ‎– 61026-2, Mute ‎– 9 61026-2
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Tracklist

1 Now 5:19
2 Psyche-Out 4:44
3 All The Things You Are 4:40
4 Hello Teenage America 2:05
5 10 X Faster Than The Speed Of Love 5:56
6 99% 0:19
7 Dogstar Man/Helter Skelter 8:34
8 Think Fast 5:01
9 Hallucination Generation 2:40
10 Deviate 5:24

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Mute Records Limited. Manufactured & distributed by Elektra Entertainment. A division of Warner Communications Inc.

Issued under licence from Play It Again Sam.
Made in U.S.A. by WEA Manufacturing Inc.
℗ 1990 Mute Records Limited.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 2459-61026-2 7
  • Barcode (Scanned): 024596102627
  • Matrix / Runout: 2 61026-2 SRC-02 M1S1
  • Other (Mastering & Mould SID Codes): none

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BIAS 180 LP Meat Beat Manifesto 99%(LP, Album, Promo, W/Lbl) Play It Again Sam Records BIAS 180 LP Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
BIUS 1055 Meat Beat Manifesto 99%(LP, Album) Play It Again Sam Records USA BIUS 1055 US 1990 Sell This Version
BIAS 180 Meat Beat Manifesto 99%(LP, Album) Play It Again Sam Records BIAS 180 Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
none Meat Beat Manifesto 99%(Cass, Album, Promo) Play It Again Sam Records none Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
BIUS 1055 Meat Beat Manifesto 99%(Cass, Album) Play It Again Sam Records USA BIUS 1055 US 1990 Sell This Version

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stymulant

stymulant

November 6, 2010
Absolutely "a must have" for every listener to electronic music. The collage of samples, the beat, the overdraft, that's all the intellectual puzzle for these who like to think. He knew what he did.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

January 19, 2004
Yeah not quite as immediate or flipped as the two previous entries. But still probably one of the cornerstone releases that provided the template that was later flipped and re flipped by practically anyone who liked big HUGE room shaking sound. i.e. Dust/Chemical Bros. Prodigy and anyone else who turned everything up to 11.
fivershutch

fivershutch

January 18, 2004
Track# "Hello Teenage America" samples JOY DIVISION's "Untitled" track (b-side of the Komakino flexi). Being a huge Joy Division fan, I smiled when I first heard this back in 1990! The Prodigy would lift the beat from "Helter Skelter" and make a huge hit with their "Charly" release. There is are reasons that Meat Beat Manifesto have a huge fan base and this is one of those reasons!
cvoltaire02

cvoltaire02

October 30, 2003
Meat Beat Manifesto's major label debut on Elektra doesn't pack the same sonic punch as their earlier Sweatbox/Wax Trax! releases but it still sounds like nothing else that was coming out at the time (certainly not on a major label). The '99%' release brings new listeners up to date with Dangers & Co. Eight of the ten tracks are new and the other two, 'Helter Skelter' and 'Deviate' (originally from singles or ep's), have been heavily remixed. MBM's offering shows the project in transition: some harder elements of their past releases are still clearly heard but on a few tracks like 'Hello Teenage America' and '10X Faster' there's a slower more dub-influenced groove that would begin to hold sway on subsequent releases. Indeed, while some older fans may see '99%' as a bit of a commercial compromise, new fans may still be awed by its scope of sounds. Thirteen years on (2003), it still sounds as fresh and original as the day it was released.