Mine The Rhythm ‎– Feel The Fear

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Stage ‎– STAGE 001
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Vinyl, 12", White Label, 33 ⅓ RPM, Stamped
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  • Mastered ByS.D.*

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Label:
071-511-0399

Info:
Stamped on both A / B sides or just the A side.

Track A2 samples:
The main synth from KGB (2) - Stark released on Untitled and Techno 2: The Next Generation

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  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): STAGE 001-A1 S.D.
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): STAGE 001-B-1 S.D.

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DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

September 21, 2017
edited about 1 year ago

A2 Alas. It's in my top 100 of the most heaviest of sounds! Samples the synth from KGB- Stark. https://www.discogs.com/Various-Untitled/release/273693 ( it's already mentioned in the notes section but it's very worthy a check!) .A Stark dark and rhythmically brutal break beat terror-ist! P.s. do not ignore the other tunes as they are equally as well crafted. Feel The Fear is blisteringly great! I liken the consistency to another two superb e.p.'s which is The Sonic Syndicate. https://www.discogs.com/The-Sonic-Syndicate-Sonic-Effect-EP/master/237366 and https://www.discogs.com/Nu-Matic-The-Fragmental-EP/master/217168. This ain't 0207 hardcore this is 071 HARDCORE!
RhubarbRhubarb

RhubarbRhubarb

March 20, 2017

One that I'm surprised doesn't get more attention. The A side tracks are both pure nasty dark heavy breakbeat hardcore explorations that take you to hell and back in a frenzy, with added acid squelches and horror samples on A2. Nice underground obscure white label with uncompromising original sounds, this should be well sought after.
hutcho

hutcho

October 8, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

Classic '92 grindy piano Rave wickedness...dropped a few times by Top Buzz in their typical bangin rave sets...but very often overlooked & often going without the collector trainspotters able to give it an ID either due to it's unfortunate obscurity (as with so many of those classic 91-93 low pressing white labels) in the odd rare DJ set back in the day or at more recent Old Skool nights, it's a wikked EP that always goes off at a party, well worth grabbing even if it's not mastered to well with the top end.