Obscure Dimensions ‎– Fifth Letter / Techno Trip-Out

Label:
Fusion Records (13) ‎– SMOOTH-001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, White Label, Promo, 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Fifth Letter 5:40
B Techno Trip-Out 5:22

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Credits

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Nigel Smoothy
Opyam Music
35 Maldon Road
Southend-On-Sea
Essex SS2 5AY
Tel: 0702-462072

Track titles written on sticker on sleeve.

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  • Matrix / Runout: SMOOTH-001-A<small>2</small> Simon - The Exchange
  • Matrix / Runout: SMOOTH-001-B<small>1</small> Simon - The Exchange

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nebkins_sales

nebkins_sales

February 20, 2014
This 12" is reviewed in Ravescene Magazeen #27 (yes very ghetto spelling) as a new release. From the Rave Listings in the magazine i would say it dates from around early to mid November 1992.
Mitriy

Mitriy

October 7, 2013
edited over 3 years ago

We Can Make It!
You shouldn't try any drugs of type LSD to open your consciousness, because all here, in these tracks!
You will find the most clear and short description of release in magazine under one sky 6,
written HH (who it is?):
Obscure Dimensions. UK. The new label out of the UK is worth seeking out.
The A side was "designed for an E comedown"
all the sounds seem to melt into each other while
a deep bass line is riding underneath with share and hats rolling.
B side "is meant to go with LSD"
evil organ lines, straight up kick and hats at 130 BPMs;
warped out laser noises.
This 12" out of the UK is very unique. FIND IT!

Don't make a business out of this, even the author didn't receive a cent!
What about who has written it? All music written Stuart Speed in early 90's, when it was 18-19 years old, in his home studio. He used Steinberg Pro 24 sequencer on an Atari 1040ST home computer, Akai S950 sampler, Roland D50 synth, Roland U110 sound module, Roland R8 drum machine and a Korg EX800 sound module. (Big thanks Stuart for info). So all tracks have been written probably at same one year, are simply published at various times. Producing and the edition make a man named Nigel Smoothy, pay attention on catalog number and a sticker. Without this person we with you never would hear these songs.
Stewart played live in club with one track Rave Melody (someone possible was there?)
What's happened with pressing, we don't know. Only one person knows. Nigel where are you now ?