Pulse (9) ‎– Catvoice

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R & S Records ‎– RS 913
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Grey Labels
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A1 Catvoice
Written-By – Ben*, Christian*
5:41
A2 Powerhouse
Written-By – Christian*, Pierre Elitair
4:30
B1 Powerhouse (Boccamix)
Written-By – Christian*, Pierre Elitair
5:58
B2 Powerhouse (Haloween Mix)
Written-By – Christian*, Pierre Elitair
4:25

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): RS 913- A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): RS 913- B1
  • Rights Society: SABAM TM

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foogoo

foogoo

October 10, 2017
yeah that mr sales is right the boccaccio mix is a winner.
8892sales

8892sales

October 5, 2017

From memory, Catvoice seemed to be the most frequently played on the radio [illegal pirate radio that is] and possibly in clubs aswell. I suspect it wasn't meant to be taken very seriously, but a good, nostalgic party track of the times. Guitar samples, pseudo guitar motifs, crowd cheering etc.

Powerhouse on the other hand is a bit more timeless, as far as I'm concerned. A rather brooding, raging Belgian techno monster. Imagine the perfect elements of both those other two R & S classics by The Project Do That Dance's driving groove and Kick The House's no-nonsense techno funk-rock stab attack.

Seriously atmospheric, maximal, futuristic, industrialised machine music.

Trivia: Driving back on a very long journey two or three weeks ago, I decided to throw on a mix. And to my pleasant surprise the Boccaccio Mix started creeping in and what came next was equally as exciting The Project KICK THE HOUSE (Hardcore Version). I think I repeated that transition/mash up over five times. Just couldn't get enough of it. Never sounded so good. It momentarily felt like being all the way back in some warehouse. Only this time in some very modest, crappy car but the feeling was more like being in something with much more horsepower haha! Trying to stay under the speed limit on an open, long country road which goes on for miles with only intermittent street lighting was certainly a challenge whilst listening to this :)