Mick Wills ‎– Atomic EP

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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Mastered at The Exchange, London.
Pressed at MPO (Averton, France).
Made in Germany 2001.

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  • Label Code: LC 10195
  • Barcode: 7 18752 75776 8

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bratfordlad

bratfordlad

December 26, 2007
edited over 5 years ago
I've only really indulged myself in the track 'Kill! Kill!' from this eclectic & wanton EP. It just sends you off in a dirty chicago dumptruck, twitching into the stars! A spiral vortex of itchy technoid euphoria that makes your spine buzz & your head glow. Very dark & addictive gear! I can't reference any specific influences here but this tune is a solid floor burner every time i play it. If you dig haunting, grinding, creaking techno with soul then you'd be a fool to pass this tune up!
moseslawson

moseslawson

April 10, 2004
Calling All Boys is a cover of an old NRG track of the same name by The Flirts, produced no-doubt by Bobby Orlando as they all tended to be.
djinsomnia

djinsomnia

June 19, 2002
Mick Wills is a long time DJ and new producer from Stuttgart, Germany. Four perfect Gigolo tracks featuring different roots. 'Kill Kill' is a EBM-Monster, 'Atom Brain' a dirty Chicago-House track, 'Dr. Rightous Says' a hypnotic techno-burner and 'Calling all Boys', featuring the Kinky Lovers, a female vocal disco-track