Paperclip People ‎– Clear And Present / Tweakityourself

Label:
Planet E ‎– PE65265
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Blue Transparent
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Tracklist

A Clear And Present (Original) 11:40
AA1 Tweakityourself 9:45
AA2 Untitled 3:02

Credits

  • Engineer [Recording Engineer]C2 (4) (tracks: AA1)
  • ProducerCarl Craig
  • Written-ByPCP*

Notes

A - Recording studio: Butterfly Studios, London. Previously released in 1995.
AA2 is the bass figure of "Clear And Present" without beats, on the 1995 release this was still the outro of the track. It was split on this 12" to allow a louder and more bass-loaded cut for the A-Side. However this part is credited nowhere on the single.
AA1 - Recording studio: EML, Detroit. Recorded in 1993, previously un-released. made from a pitched down reversed sample from the Everybody Party Mix on GTO - Love Is Everywhere

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jcgnyc

jcgnyc

October 27, 2010
a fine example of something that can endure through the ages and always, always satisfy.
this MUST be heard on a large system to truly appreciate the brilliant range and the expansive meditation 'clear and present' is.
dexterfeng

dexterfeng

August 8, 2003
Tweak it yourself is one of those tracks you'll probably need to really hammer at eq wise, level wise/fuk wit it and play with like your life depends on it for a compressed amount of time to really get any usefullness out of. Don't play it unless you really mean it and can get the hell out of it, otherwise if you piddle about in the mix and don't get out of this track before the break you'll just aggravate people with it.
dj tool for dj's who like watching people freak out and are powerful enough to play inappropriate in any other context records called tweakityourself.
play for two minutes and get the hell out, gauranteed to get a holler if you do.
Clear and present goes and goes and goes and builds and builds and builds. Play this one when you gotta pee or get a beer. people will like you and wonder why you're not at the booth.
MrFonktrain

MrFonktrain

January 12, 2002
It seems the flipside has been pressed backwards... but the A-Side burns everything to the ground with its devastating sub-bass.