R.Bartz* ‎– The Endless Tales Of Saug 27

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Kurbel ‎– KUR 003
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Mainsaug
A2 EDP Tracks 1
B1 Silversaug
B2 EDP Tracks 2

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iljin1

iljin1

January 12, 2016
I'm getting more and more into Richard Bartz stuff. I loved Ghetto Blaster (orgel mix). And EDP Tracks 2 is just straight out of this world.
bad_boy_salvage_co.

bad_boy_salvage_co.

March 15, 2009

Four dark and menacing tracks with the metallic and heavy machine sound found in other Kurbel releases from '96 ... the outer cuts with booming and driving bass ... Silversaug is a wicked energiser with it's sharp bleeps and tones ... the inner cuts have a more intergalactic feel about them ... a good solid 4-tracker. Love the presentation too ... plain black heavyweight sleeves with just black white and one colour used on the labels, understated but identifiable with interesting art ... everything about them says quality to those in the know ...
shapeshifter

shapeshifter

September 14, 2002
At a time when there was mainly Studio 1 minimalism and "Rhythm & Sound" BS, youngster Richard Bartz fuqqed our ears with clever, harttt, yet soulful true Techno. The first four Kurbel EPs, three of which were generously re-released on the CD "Escape", proved that Germany doesn't have to envy Detroit for real Techno and that racists should better shut up... Such competition is good for all and I wish there was more of it these days. This EP "Saug 27" was often played by Sven Vaeth and on HR-3 Clubnights, etc, rather noisy and harsh but so thoughtful and moody