Qattara ‎– Abduction V:02

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Solid State Records ‎– SOLIDLP10
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Unmixed.
Track J2 is a different remix to the version that appears on both CD releases SOLIDCD10 & SOLIDSCD10

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SOLIDCD10 Qattara Abduction V:02(2xCD, Mixed) Solid State Records SOLIDCD10 UK 1997 Sell This Version
SOLIDSCD10 Qattara Abduction V:02(2xCD, Mixed) Solid State Records SOLIDSCD10 UK 1997 Sell This Version
SOLIDMC10 Qattara Abduction V:02(2xCass, Mixed) Solid State Records SOLIDMC10 UK 1997 Sell This Version

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Rich.C

Rich.C

February 12, 2016

Wow 5 vinyls of pure genius this, fans of sasha, oakenfold and vertigo in their prime (1991-97) will love this vinyl package, where shall i start??? well you have some old skool dj vertigo tracks here in datura - yerba del diablo [features on his lost 1992 mix] disco evangelists - de niro [features on his goon 93 mix but probably best known as being off Oakenfolds goa mix] FSOL - Papua new guinea - a stone cold classic, opening track on Vertigos "Vote party party" 1992 mix and a firm favourite with most prog dj's in the early to mid 90s. The Sasha favs would have to be beltrams infamous - energy flash such a sick techno track, plastered on techno compilations since it release, [mixes well out of KLF - Its grimm up North if anyone has that record] Last rhythm - last rhythm [just how many times did sasha play this at the eclipse?...always out of creative thieves wasn't it!!] Sashas own mix of metropolis...a lush chillout track to macth david holmes mix of smokebelch. The Oakenfold "type" tracks would have to be offshore - spun alot by him in 97, PVD - Forbidden fruit for what its worth the best track PVD ever wrote!! plus trance by the usual suspects energy 52 and LSG. Cant speak highly of this release, hours of fun mixing these, the only downside is you dont get the yekuana mix of spirits dancing which is a floor filler in itself. Quite a find on vinyl and with different avenues of trance and house you'll never get bored of this. Ditch your mp3's and cds and bring back vinyl ;)