Nitre ‎– F.T.W.A.

Label:
Cenobite Records ‎– 07002385
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A1 F.T.W.A. 6:09
A2 Retro 4:49
B1 Crowd Control 5:21
B2 Machinery 3:57
B3 9 mm (Rmx) 4:11

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Notes

B3 is listed as "9mm (Rmx)" on center label.

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  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Barcode: 871557 6023859

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Cenobite 9 Nitre F.T.W.A.(5xFile, MP3, 320) Cenobite Records Cenobite 9 Netherlands 2011

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gabba4life

gabba4life

December 15, 2010

Having listened to the other releases of Cenobite records, i have to say that this 12" does not follow the same pattern with the others. In fact only the B side shares this familiar trancecore style. Crowd control, with a great melody, an acid bass line and the bouncy drums. Machinery is more raw and less melodic than Crowd control and a little more faster.
9mm is something experimental. It's like hip hop?, or break? with hardcore drums. F.t.w.a. and Retro look like those great trance gems from Scooter that are hidden in some of their latest albums. Acid style, hardcore drums and melody. They are a little slower than the B side, but in my opinion they are the greatest tracks in this 12". An interesting choise to listen.
DJ-Loki

DJ-Loki

May 18, 2008

This release is a more experimental one. The A1 track starts of with a pretty old school acid sound, backed up by a deep hard kick. Also the track is at a low BPM and doesn't represent the earlier releases on this label. The break is kind of trancy but when the beat kicks in again with the raw acid tune that feeling is gone! The A2 track also starts of kind of trancy, but more uptempo. It's like a trance song with a hardcore bassline. The break is pure acid and combined with the hardcore beat it's also pretty cool. B1 also feels like a good crossover between Hardcore and Hard Trance. Very melodic and a uptempo hardcore beat. B2 is what you would expect on this label, so i will skip it. The last track, B3, is a remix of 9mm. But not what you would expect on this label. It is a breakbeat version of the original, slow and raw, but a track you want to have! This release can be described as different but one you really must have!