Rantoul ‎– System Sylence / The Ladder

Label:
Good Looking Records ‎– GLR035
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A System Sylence
AA The Ladder

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"The Ladder" contains a sample from the film "Jacob's Ladder."

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wotsawonder

wotsawonder

October 10, 2015
edited about 1 year ago

The ladder is a belter of a tune if you manage to grab this for less then a 5er then i suggest you grab a copy seen as you looked here for bukem type grooves ;) https://soundcloud.com/kiran-arora-1/rantoul-the-ladder-vocal-progression-sessions-4
FWalls

FWalls

August 20, 2008
edited over 6 years ago
The Ladder has a sample from the Movie: Jacobs Ladder/AKA: Dante's Inferno, which stars Tim Robbins and came out in 1990/91 the sample is from when Tim's character (Jacob Singer)speaks with matt craven (michael newman in the movie) who knows what's been happening to Jacob Singer and what type of drug the Army has secretly given to his Platoon. Michael says in the sample on this track "The Most Powerful thing I ever saw, even a bad trip and believe me I've had my share did not compare to the furry of the Ladder", "The Ladder?" Jacob asks, "Yeah that's what they called it, a Fast trip, straight down the ladder" replies Michael.

Killer track and killer sample best Rantoul track out in the DnB world!

Check the movie out also!

niine

niine

August 22, 2002
GLR035 - RANTOUL

SYSTEMS SILENCE
The first of these cuts from PS4 arrives with echoing stabs of interstellar sound, welcoming pitch-bending atmospheric sweeps and phased rhodes. The punchy, solid groove comes courtesy of a stepping rhythm alongside a substantial funk-fuelled bass, providing a high-octane backdrop to this fine space anthem.

THE LADDER
A tune with all the ingredients for a dancefloor mover. "The Ladder" rolls in with classic amen beats carrying subtle waves of strings and an infectious future-funk hook. Following a killer break, the cascading beats keep a powerful momentum alongside deep subs, heralding the inevitable floor fireworks...