Poke ‎– 11:34

D-Records ‎– D 005
Vinyl, 12"


A1 Easy Piece
A2 Saline Servant
B1 Next Level
B2 Mechanical Failure



'The chains have been broken and the Devil has been let loose'

Produced by Len Bartush 9.99

All tracks written and manufactured in Detroit

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D 005 Poke 11:34(12", EP, W/Lbl) D-Records D 005 US 2000 Sell This Version


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May 18, 2010

Great... If this is an electro & dub techno release, then I am Sven Vath's lost in time and space lost brother who just teleported himself from the fourth dimension back into the world's orbit in order to spread some brotherly love and spend a summer with my kin in Ibiza.
Ok, first of all, this one sucks. And I mean sucks bad. Saline Servant and Mechanical Failure are two four on the floor straight up techno bangers, though so unbearably bad and uninspiring I can hardly believe somebody bothered to go through all the trouble to release this. Lame percussion and a bunch of absolutely pointless, irrelevant and utterly annoying sounds and effects layed over the beats, with no visible purpose. God almighty, calling this techno and actually writing that word down hurts.
Easy Piece and Next Level are... I don't know what they are and where they land. Hopefully, I will never have to find out either. Most probably some kind of bland electro with no bass, way too much treble and absolutely nothing going on for six minutes.
This whole EP is approximately twenty minutes long. It actually took me more time to compose this flattering review than it did to (painfully, I admit) go through this rubbish once. Avoid.