Minimal Man ‎– Treatment Feel

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Treatment Feel
Treatment Feel Pt 2
Treatment Feel Pt 3

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
STORM 86 Minimal Man Treatment Feel(12") Vinyl Solution STORM 86 UK 1994 Sell This Version
STORM 86 Minimal Man Treatment Feel(12", S/Sided, W/Lbl) Vinyl Solution STORM 86 UK 1994 Sell This Version
STORM 86CD Minimal Man Treatment Feel(CD, Single) Vinyl Solution STORM 86CD UK 1994 Sell This Version
VC 02 Minimal Man Treatment Feel (Remixes)(12") Vinyl Classics VC 02 UK 2001 Sell This Version
VC 02 Minimal Man Treatment Feel(12", Promo) Vinyl Classics VC 02 UK 2001 Sell This Version
VC 02 Minimal Man Treatment Feel (Remixes)(12") Vinyl Classics VC 02 UK & Europe 2002 Sell This Version
storm 86 Minimal Man Treatment Feel(12", RE) Vinyl Solution storm 86 UK 2002 Sell This Version

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.iQ.

.iQ.

December 18, 2017
referencing Treatment Feel, 12", STORM 86
This track was waaaaay ahead of its time!
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S-Dog

S-Dog

February 16, 2017
referencing Treatment Feel (Remixes), 12", VC 02

Oh my giddy godly aunt..side C Sunpeople vs. R.Rash Mix is sublime! What an absolute bomb! Please don't repress....
RandomRightDude

RandomRightDude

May 26, 2016
referencing Treatment Feel (Remixes), 12", VC 02
repress please

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Michael_Z_Freeman

Michael_Z_Freeman

January 6, 2015
referencing Treatment Feel, 12", STORM 86
Unbelievably legendary techno track. I first heard this played by John Peel sometime in 1994. I used to have it on a recording of his show on cassette tape. That went missing years ago. But occasionally I had this literally playing note by note in my mind, it had stuck in there so strongly it had such a huge effect on me. But I could never remember who it was by until I started going through some old Peel track listings ( http://peel.wikia.com/wiki/PMDB_1 ) which triggered a memory of Peel announcing the track ... "something"-man. A net search of that plus the vocal sample words turned it up on Youtube. The track is clearly a classic of the genre, and techno history, as it has very skilful musical composition and structure. but sounds completely spontaneous as if the musician is playing it live on his instruments. Electronica musicians could learn a lot from this track for how to get beyond the technology and effects to something that still has a totally unique sound in this music genre.