Psychic Flush ‎– Boomerang

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Freaky Records ‎– FREAKY 1017-5
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Recorded at "Home Studio" for Freaky Records.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamped side A): 08 30700 20 2A1 1017-5 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamped side B): 08 30700 20 2B1 1017-5 A
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FREAKY 1017-5 Psychic Flush Boomerang(12", Maxi) Freaky Records FREAKY 1017-5 Netherlands 1991 Sell This Version

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8892sales

8892sales

April 12, 2018
edited 4 months ago
I actually quite like The Musical more so than the main track aswell as the rest of the tracks. Although I'm not putting them down by any means.

All due to its underlying subtleties. A hardly noticeable breakbeat well low down in the mix. Dark, driving buzzing bassline, cheeky use of that riff from Westbam's Cold Stomper / Nitrous Interceptor. Again, well low down in the mix. And that strange, creepy, slightly unsettling, gothic alien synth choir meandering chord change.

Very much reminds me of those, concussive punishing nights of raving at 4:00 or 5:00AM when all the usual anthems had been played out and the Belgian and early Dutch brain warpers started to filter into DJ sets, with people giving each other funny looks and wry smiles. Or sitting in a car or at someone's home with your mates after the rave listening to pirate radio or mixtapes whilst nutty tunes like these crop up and people go, "what the hell is this?" Off yer trolley. Creating a vibe of curiosity and wonder. Wow. 1991 what a year for this insanely unique stuff :)
Squidmonkey

Squidmonkey

March 14, 2011

This ep is all about Boomerang. This track was played by Top Buzz @ Eclipse Highlander, and is an awesome Belgian track. A necessity for the lovers of Belgian inspired harsh techno!!!
acorn92de

acorn92de

May 6, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

A strange 4 track EP because the first three tracks are rather standard belgian-hardcore from 1991 but b2 "body tranze" is a brilliant progressive-trance-tune which in my opinion was way ahead of its time. A bit slow but really intense. I heard that tune just once on the Steve Mason Experience on BFBS probably back in May 1992 where he mixed Gat Decor's Passion the week before it was released into this tune, really nice. Well "Passion" made history while "Body Tranze" stayed underground.