Model 500 ‎– Night Drive (Thru-Babylon)

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Gotziem

Gotziem

October 6, 2018
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", RE, RM, M-002
This one is absolute horseshit, there are luckily two reissues, one remastered and one not. Make sure you get the one NOT remastered, it has a blue and pink lettering.
ceda206

ceda206

December 22, 2017
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", RP, M-002
Would anyone on here be able to tell me something about the quality of this repress? Thanks in advance! :)
lipelis

lipelis

May 18, 2016
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", RE, RM, M-002
Unfortunately i have to admit that this remasters sound pretty bad to my ear.
Jarren

Jarren

August 23, 2015
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", M-002
First time I heard No UFO's (D-Mix), I thought it was a new track by The Hacker.

Now I'm here on this release page, and 1985 is the release year.

Mind. Blown.
seeyournamehere

seeyournamehere

February 13, 2015
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", M-002
Wonderful detroit sound, just incredible...
No ufos? I think Juan Atkins is an ufo.. He is soo good, he cant be other
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

September 25, 2012
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", M-002
This might be my favorite of any of the original Detroit hits. It's stuff like this that makes me think that Juan Atkins was a lot more talented than May or Saunderson.
Axis303

Axis303

January 11, 2004
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", M-002
Juan was inspired by the drone of automated factories and trips down the I-96 freeway late at night, he once said in an interview.

That's why these track sound so dark and mysterious.
ne-plus-ultra

ne-plus-ultra

September 4, 2003
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", M-002

early dark acid type track which was the final chapter for juan and rick davis{3070}.it originally was going to be a cybotron release but due to choosing different musical paths,juan put it out on his metroplex label.original pressing mint green label/black text as pictured,was later released blue label/blue text,blue label/black text and white label blue/gold text also pictured,and i still listen to it to this day.
enfore

enfore

May 5, 2002
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", M-002

Hardcore electro! Dark and futuristic a la 80´s.
No softness in this record. Is he descibing a nightmare or a utopia? Macine-coded beats with icecold basslines.Chilly reverbs (clinic). And a text that brainwashes you!
Far away from today´s standards.
Enfore.
eiskristall

eiskristall

March 13, 2002
referencing Night Drive (Thru-Babylon), 12", M-002

"Time Space Transmat" is one of these great productions which made this kind of music big in the mid-80ies. Juan mediates us his high-tech visions in his early tracks in an incredible way.