Planetary Assault Systems ‎– Planetary Funk Volume 5

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Peacefrog Records ‎– PF 057
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A Surface Noise 10:25
B1 Gruve 9:25
B2 Funk Electric 5:17

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kenos_direct

kenos_direct

December 2, 2016

Surface Noise- The End '96', Saturday night- say no more
Genesis303

Genesis303

October 2, 2015
my personal favorite is the (almost too short) FUNK ELECTRIC
hypnotizing syncopated ostinato!
Liryc Nonstop
RAW2019

RAW2019

May 18, 2015

To me Gruve is the best Luke has ever done. Those hi hats man!
regressor

regressor

July 30, 2014
Mind-blowing, subtlety reigns supreme. Among his best.
23eppo

23eppo

January 23, 2014

a great track "surface noise" one of mine favorite tracks to mix!!
jiggawhat

jiggawhat

October 12, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

"Surface Noise" is my favorite track from Luke Slater. The groove is like a pendulum, swinging back and forth as you listen to the abrasive lead synth.
cthulhu303

cthulhu303

October 3, 2003
edited about 1 year ago
Even though it is still a distinctive P.A.S. sound, this one is much more liquid sounding than the rest of the series.
Gruve, maybe the most so, gives us view to forgotten marshes or another flooded scenery under a grey, grey sky.
Surface Noise is more typical: an alarm signal stuck on the same frequency that simply won't stop. However, the flowing bassdrum and bassline give the impression that it all happens in an submerged laboratory.
Funk Electric, as the title suggests, is more on the usual P.A.S. tip.
An interesting release, though not as aggressive and dancefloor-friendly as the other ones.