Playground Production Z* ‎– Vertigo

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Dance Mania ‎– DM 076
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Vertigo
A2 Telefon Luv
B1 The Box
B2 Chase
B3 B-N-B Work
B4 The Douche

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Credits

Notes

Shouts out 2: D.J. Carlos, D.J. Chip, D.J. Slugo, D.J. Monte, D.J. Milton, Emanuel "P", D.J. Lemo, D.J. Greedy, Paul Johnson, Armando

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): DM 076A1 Metropolis Mastering Chicago .M.JR.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): DM 076B1 M.M.M.J.R.

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dica

dica

August 15, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
The Douche = one of the dirtiest, most underrated ghetto tracks on Dance Mania. Guaranteed to get the floor laughing. And The Box (303 work by Milton?) is an ultra-raw acid track, definitely another standout. What a weird thing to find both of these gems on the same release. That's the genius of Deeon, certainly one of the best and most eclectic producers on DM.
Fronhornet

Fronhornet

June 16, 2010
Picked this up ages ago from a bootsale along with Gak by Aphex twin which turned out to be cracked through the middle :(
This however more than made up for it. Rolling booty bass and raw techno jams that just don't surface in the UK that often. Telephone luv and vertigo are the more techno orientated tracks, with the Box made of pure acid. The booty tracks are B-N-B work, based on a samples from Beavis and Butthead (and Mr Van Driessen from the work sucks episode, B N B fans)and The Douche which is funny. Overall if you see it so get it.
genet

genet

April 28, 2004

"The Box" is the rawest, dirtiest, acid track ever recorded. Sure, countless others have used the 303, but here it runs circles around most acid practitioners. It comes from another place altogether.