Qube 45 ‎– The Sequal

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80 Aum Records ‎– AUM 1112, 80 Aum Records ‎– 1112
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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'The Sequal' samples a part the intro of 'Wet Rubber Soup ' by Godley & Creme & contains the sample 'Calling me a sucker boy you're pushin' a broom' from LL Cool J's 'Get Down'

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  • Rights Society: Biem / Stemra

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Jarren

Jarren

March 16, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

Mind warping Dutch Techno from '91.

The Dutch sound around this time had a small but distinctive difference over Belgium.

The beats were tighter, the percussion more sharp. Of course, they took great inspiration from their southern neighbours.

The Sequal can be seen as Holland's answer to Anasthasia. The same aggressive main stab, but with a more dangerous attack. It's almost out of control, insane.

All four mixes on this 12" are pretty similar, but the choice cut for me is B2 (No Sense Remix). It really ramps up the intensity, the percussion cuts like a knife and the main riff is kept to a killer section halfway through to keep the suspense.

The roots of gabber were definitely sown here.