OLD* ‎– Hold On To Your Face

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1 What's The Point? (Rob Gee Trash Mix)
Remix [Remixed], Producer [Produced], Arranged By – Rob Gee
3:46
2 Two Of Me (Thermo-Amphetamine Mix)
Remix [Remixed], Producer [Produced By] – Ultraviolence
5:36
3 Scrape Remix 1 - Monomaniac 172 Mix
Arranged By [Arranged], Producer [Produced By] – Mick Harris
5:52
4 Glitch (Rob Gee Gabber King Mix)
Remix [Remixed], Producer [Produced], Arranged By – Rob Gee
4:34
5 Scrape Remix 2 - TR 808 Mix
Arranged By [Arranged], Producer [Produced By] – Mick Harris
11:01
6 To Ebb Is To Drift (Minimal Remix)
Written-By [Written], Producer [Produced By] – Jimmy Plotkin*
7:01
7 Outlive Tape Edit (I Ain't Gots No Techno)
Edited By [Excecuted By] – Alan Dubin
3:23
8 Total Hag Turntable Action Pt. 1 3:16
9 Total Hag Turntable Action Pt. 2 3:15
10 Total Hag Turntable Action Pt. 3 2:49
11 Total Hag Turntable Action Pt. 4 8:18
12 Total Hag Turntable Action Pt. 5 2:06
13 Total Hag Turntable Action Pt. 6 3:04
14 Total Hag Turntable Action Pt. 7 8:11
15 Total Hag Turntable Action Pt. 8 1:39

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Tracks 1, 4 remixed, produced & arranged for Natas Productions.
Track 6 recorded at Show It You Techno Bastards Studios.
Track 7 recorded at Fuck Dat Tekno Shit Studios.
Tracks 8 to 15 recorded live to two-track by James Plotkin and are listed on CD cover as one track: 'Total Hag Turntable Action'.

Most (some) sounds stolen / borrowed from the O.L.D. LP "Sleastak"

All artwork by Simon Curtis (2) for Mind Pollution Studios.

©Earache 1993℗Earache 1993.Made In The E.E.C. (printed on disc).
©Earache ℗Earache 1993. Made In The E.E.C. (printed on rear cover).

Durations taken from the media player.

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 018615 110521
  • Barcode (String): 5018615110521
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MOSH 105 CD - I : 0 :MASTERED:··:BY NIMBUS:

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nik79

nik79

July 30, 2009

This remix album from Old is next to Ultraviolence work, so you can hear a techno-industrial sound, between fake commercial music and noise. There is a lot of amusement in these experiments, but they are quite interesting in their form. The good notices come when the ghost tracks start. Minimal ambient and slow drones live until the end (apart a brief return to the first experiments). This ‘mini-album’ length about 73 minutes… However this is mostly a collector’s item, their masterpieces are in the official albums.