Paul W. Teebrooke ‎– Connections

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
OP 6 Paul W. Teebrooke Connections(2x12", Album) Op-ART OP 6 UK 1997 Sell This Version
OP 6 Paul W. Teebrooke Connections(CD, Album) Op-ART OP 6 UK 1997 Sell This Version
OP 6 Paul W. Teebrooke Connections(CD, Album, Promo) Op-ART OP 6 UK 1997 Sell This Version
STY 003, 7243 4 94544 2 2 Paul W. Teebrooke Connections(CD) Style Disques, Chrysalis STY 003, 7243 4 94544 2 2 France 1998 Sell This Version

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charlieyerondais

charlieyerondais

January 16, 2018
referencing Connections, 2x12", Album, OP 6
someone got one for a reasonable price? words words words
jonarmst

jonarmst

November 17, 2016
referencing Connections, CD, STY 003, 7243 4 94544 2 2
I just acquired this as a used CD after being reminded of just how brilliant Steve Pickton could be through a re-rememberance of Statis "Point of No Return" (a shame this never got released on vinyl!)

This is definitely top-shelf IDM from the 90's that manages to avoid most of the cliches of the genre. Despite starting off a little slow (the first three tracks are, while not awful, fairly forgettable slightly jazzy downtempo numbers that sound like middle-of-the-road mid 90's Ninja Tune output) the record really picks up with the spine-tingling "123146" and it hardly lets up. "Blue Light" almost threatens to be a forgettable "floor banger" but really evolves into a nice moody Detroit style techno track. Overall, a very nice solid release that has stood the test of time and will undoubtedly take you to that special place in your mind on at least a couple of occasions throughout its playing if you're into this sort of thing!
BenJBX

BenJBX

August 23, 2015
referencing Connections, 2x12", Album, OP 6

Great, great record, massively overlooked 90s techno longplayer. D&B inspired breakbeat science at hip hop tempos with a unique warm fuzzy ambiance. An absolute pleasure to listen to every time.
jonu

jonu

October 21, 2014
referencing Connections, 2x12", Album, OP 6
This record still sounds fresh to me. The tunes have groove and sound system bass weight too.