Monika Kruse @ Voodooamt ‎– Snackerz / Ground Zero (Remixes)

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Terminal M ‎– Term-0110-6
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Snackerz (Adam Beyer Mix)
Remix – Adam Beyer
5:56
B Ground Zero (Mr. Sliff Mix)
Remix – Mr. Sliff
6:16

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Published by Alphabet City / Warner Chappell / Edition Trackland
Remix & additional production by Adam Beyer
Labeled at Büro Destruct

www.nobackspin.de
Against Racism

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  • Barcode: 8 07297 03961 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): TERM 0110-6 A SST 45 UPM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): TERM 0110-6 B SST

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maroko

maroko

June 14, 2016
In my ears, the Mr. Sliff's (another highly esteemed alias of the Swede Adam Beyer), take on Ground Zero is a classic of its era. Applying the inimitable humming bass line - the one that earned his Rippin' & Dippin' tune the evergreen status it has garnered - and topping it off with rapid synth sweeps and tight beats, it was a peak time affair played by many. The lively bass segment went down a storm with the rapidly ascending melodic excerpts, making in simultaneously euphoric, harmonic yet utterly intensive. It drives along at a frantic pace, with a vibe that makes it come across as though it was on the brink of eruption, and then it dissipates, only to come back harder. Awesome.
The percussion consists of the typically hydraulic, condensed scandinavian sound aesthetic of the then reigning clubbing standards, with a lighter touch brushed off by back then Adam Beyer's change of style and mood, which would eventually lead him to release some truly amazing work on the labels Jericho and Truesoul.
The flip is mr. Beyer in his rather familiar tool gear. Swarms of spheres hastily circulate underpinned by colossal breaks and thundering drops. It'll lift mobile cranes out of their shoes, but then again, compared to much of what's out on the market these days, my dog's cough will.