Model 500 ‎– Night Drive

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Metroplex ‎– M-002
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Vinyl, 12"
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A1 Night Drive (Thru-Babylon) 6:10
A2 Time Space Transmat
Written-By – 3070
6:10
B No UFO's (D-Mix) 8:16

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
M-002 Model 500 Night Drive (12", RE, RM) Metroplex M-002 US 2016 Sell This Version
M-002 Model 500 Night Drive(12") Metroplex M-002 US 1985 Sell This Version
M-002 Model 500 Night Drive(12") Metroplex M-002 US 1985 Sell This Version
M-002 Model 500 Night Drive(12", RE) Metroplex M-002 US Unknown Sell This Version
M-002 Model 500 Night Drive(12") Metroplex M-002 US Unknown Sell This Version

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Jarren

Jarren

August 23, 2015
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
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 5 years ago
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
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

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.
servo

servo

October 2, 2002

this is what set it off for me. i picked this up wishing and hoping that this was the ufo track that i remembered as a kid. i could feel the electricity running through me as i dropped the needle and realized what i had just come across. no ufo's triggered my need for history. classics. roots. i purchased 2 copies and thus began my search for everything i was ever exposed too from detroit radio. this record changed my life!
enfore

enfore

May 5, 2002

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

"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.