The Modulator* ‎– Pain Killer E.P.

EXperimental ‎– EX-11
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Grey Marbled


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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): EX 11 A MJS F/W
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): EX 11 B MJS

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May 22, 2017
what an ep ^^ proper techno! not 4 everyone´s ears 4 sure, for it´s time very experiemntal but still forward pumping. Odysee is my favorite, but Gnarl is still an outstanding sadly rarely played masterpiece (Miss Djax once used it very pitched and therefore disguised in a 1993 set) - grab it if available ^^


May 13, 2014
After the success of Maximum Pulse I was asked to do a follow up. I borrowed TB 303 from Woody McBride and was living in a dark basement in St. Paul where I had holes drilled into my synths and drum machines and held them down with bicycle locks as I was in constant fear that they would be stolen while I delivered pizzas. I borrowed an old guitar amp and ran the 909 kick drum thru this amp to get the dark kicks on here and also the fizzled out distorted sound, (I actually kept getting light shocks thru the cable as I was also working on a cement basement floor which only made it worse.) I sampled the soundtrack 2001 A Space Odyssey for the Odyssey track with a Korg DSS1 sampler. This was my very first of what would become a long list of sampling records. The artwork was supplied by ESP Woody McBride who was releasing his Earthworm Sings record at the time and organizing Further a rave is Wisconsin where I played and met Richard James (Aphex Twin for the very first time-- Thomas Bangalter and his partner (Daft Punk) also played there ans we chatted as no one really knew who they were back then.. Also shared a trailor with Frankie Bones that was a mad night) ok Im rambling now so I'll leave this at that.... Fun times working on EXperimental Records the same group of labels putting out Joey Beltram, Frankie Bones, Tim Taylor etc..


January 20, 2003

The greatest Freddy Fresh record made with an excellent mixture of hard acid, trance, and sublime ambient.
The one.