The Mole People ‎– Break Night / Ocean

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Decks Classix ‎– DECKS CLASSIX 008
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Remastered
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Tracklist

A1 Break Night 13:00
B1 Ocean 14:16

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Credits

Notes

Produced & Mixed for Ya Mutha's House Productions.
Taken from The Mole People - Break Night / Ocean
Remastered & Cut at Schnittstelle, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
Distributed by I Play Vinyl.
C+P 2010

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, Side A): DCLX 008 A andreas at schnittstelle
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, Side B): DCLX 008 B andreas at schnittstelle

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SR12357 The Mole People Break Night / Ocean(12") Strictly Rhythm SR12357 US 1995 Sell This Version
SR12357 The Mole People Break Night / Ocean(12", TP) Strictly Rhythm SR12357 US 1995 Sell This Version
ZYX 7972-8 The Mole People Break Night(CD, Maxi) ZYX Music ZYX 7972-8 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
ZYX 7972-12 The Mole People Break Night / Ocean(12") ZYX Music ZYX 7972-12 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
SR12357D The Mole People Break Night / Ocean(2xFile, WAV) Strictly Rhythm SR12357D US Unknown

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OCCIDENTAL

OCCIDENTAL

May 30, 2013

In my best Blake Baxter impersonation: "Armand Van Helden...What Happened?"

ESSENTIAL REISSUE.
Decks Classix has been doing a kick-ass job making some classics available and affordable again.
Thanx!
rydimryder

rydimryder

June 30, 2010
edited over 7 years ago

The B-side of this is quite simply an amazing monster of a track. It's shameful to say, but while I had heard it before, I only figured out the title yesterday in a tracklisting. But man, what an absolutely killer, classic track. I've been getting increasingly into the timeless side of vinyl. I guess that's the natural progression once you pass the five hundred or so record mark. I have a few records that today I'd just as soon give away, but now I'd like to think that I know the true sound: that blend of perfect harmony, unique notes, unimaginable loops, and just raw, funky progression that defines excellence and raises a track from the sufficiently mediocre to the pantheon of forever great electronic music. This is it. "Ocean" is where it's at, still, fifteen years later. I won't even explain the track; there's no point—it's that good. Suffice to say it's very loopy, but at the same time very rich and full of sound. A hundred years from now this will still be pushing the limits. At least one can hope!