Patrick Pulsinger ‎– Dogmatic Sequences II

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db 25 Patrick Pulsinger Dogmatic Sequences II(12", Ltd, Mul) Disko B db 25 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
db 25 Patrick Pulsinger Dogmatic Sequences II(12") Disko B db 25 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
db 25 Patrick Pulsinger Dogmatic Sequences II(12", Promo) Disko B db 25 Germany 1994 Sell This Version
RS 94062 Patrick Pulsinger Dogmatic Sequences Vol. II(12") R & S Records RS 94062 Belgium 1994 Sell This Version
RS 94062 Patrick Pulsinger Dogmatic Sequences Vol. II(12", W/Lbl) R & S Records RS 94062 Belgium 1994 Sell This Version
RS 94062 CD Patrick Pulsinger Dogmatic Sequences Vol. II(CD, Maxi) R & S Records RS 94062 CD Belgium 1994 Sell This Version
RS 94062 DB Patrick Pulsinger Dogmatic Sequences Vol. II (4xFile, MP3, 320) R & S Records RS 94062 DB Belgium 2010
RS 94062 Patrick Pulsinger Dogmatic Sequences Vol. II(12", RP) R & S Records RS 94062 Belgium Unknown Sell This Version

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crazyowen

crazyowen

December 16, 2014
referencing Dogmatic Sequences II, 12", Ltd, Mul, db 25

I still remember the first time I had the chance to play Patrick Pulsinger's Construction Tool to start off a set of bass heavy techno. This tune set the stage for a seriously impressive dance session of robotic soldiers refusing to take a rest during the 2 hour set, almost unheard of during the age of demise for dancing at raves in favor of sitting around or posing with a cool look against the wall. This track is simple yet complex and has textures I could compare generously to some well known classics like Phylyps Trak II from Basic Channel. When this gets played loud you can get absorbed into the song and digested favorably amongst the drums for a better final result. This is nutrition to the mind of the techno feeding frenzy. Well done Mr Pulsinger, I have loved this song since the first moment I heard it.