Rino Cerrone ‎– Reset EP

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Saw Recordings ‎– SAW003
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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Side A contains a locked groove at the end of the track

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, Side A): SAW-003-A EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 52471 DON GROSSINGER
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, Side B): SAW-003-B EUROPADISK DMM NY USA 52471 DON GROSSINGER

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SAW003 Rino Cerrone Reset EP(12", EP, TP) Saw Recordings SAW003 US 2001 Sell This Version
SAW003 Rino Cerrone Reset EP(3xFile, WAV, EP) Saw Recordings SAW003 US 2003
SAW003 Rino Cerrone Reset EP(12", Promo) Saw Recordings SAW003 US 2001 Sell This Version

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ELITE_MUSIC

ELITE_MUSIC

July 31, 2018
Thought-provoking and compelling minimal techno that provides solace from daily chaos. "Check Out" is a title with good advice for a detour from the madness; deep refreshing tech-house.

Along with the info sticker on the A-Side, my copy of the promo EP is printed; it says "refer to computer label for more info"... The B-Side label is printed all-black with 2 parallel white hash-marks, but appears to be textured in a "distressed" fashion without damage to the immaculate vinyl. The matrix indicates "EUROPADISK DMM", nice: Direct Metal Mastering in Netherlands; which explains the impeccably cut LOCK-GROOVES (infinite loops in perfect uninterrupted rhythm) at end of each side.

Do the other vinyl versions have the lock-grooves at ends?
SteedeBonnet

SteedeBonnet

April 12, 2016
"check out" is the one here. nice progressive groove. don't sleep.
marktokyo

marktokyo

September 17, 2015

I cannot believe this hasn't sold out yet. "Gate" is pure madness!
bhbognar

bhbognar

October 1, 2004
edited over 14 years ago
This is a surprising release for the Saw Recordings catalog, for two reasons. First, the record is a techno record rather than a "progressive" one (as is the usual habit for the label). Second, Cerrone eschews his tendency to compose over-the-head tough percussive beats, and peels off three of his most thoughtful, and even introspective tracks to date. Skirting the deep and the dubby, Cerrone shows us that he's capable of techno with traces of melody, and even emotion. Excellent "rilis."