Rotator ‎– Curses On Your Ghettoblaster

Label:
Peace Off ‎– POFF LTD 20
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Come Get Some 5:11
A2 Black Flag 4:47
B1 Untouchables 4:28
B2 Shock Fight Fist 5:22

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Credits

  • Design [Blasted By]Dzgnbio
  • Mastered ByYann*
  • Music By [Assembled + Spitted By]Rotator

Notes

Thanxxx 2 my true friends 4 ur help + support !!!
U know who u are ...
New breath, new desire !

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): POFF LTD 020 Ⓐ YANN DUB@DK
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): POFF LTD 020 B

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TechChick

TechChick

August 14, 2013
The song that is sampled is "Song of Sophia" by Dead Can Dance
Mosebca5

Mosebca5

September 16, 2010
edited over 7 years ago
Holy Shit, Rotator really just takes the whole frenchcore thing to a completely different place. Completely brutal in your face kicks and a shit-ton of power without really getting completely glitchy. He even takes elements of mash-up but makes them completely unfriendly , just great. It seriously is fucking punk.

Oh and Untouchables shares a sample with a Vsnares song, I thought it was from Salt, but I'm not sure.
somebedroomdj

somebedroomdj

May 31, 2008

I have to say, it doesn't get much heavier than the B2 track on this one. I'm used to hearing some fairly hardcore tracks coming from Rotator, but this one is on a whole over level of aggression. It gets pretty hard to follow in some spots because there's so much going on, but I like it. Very punk sounding.

The B1 track is also a departure from the usual Rotator style. It's one of those tracks that keeps the core but emphasizes the half time hip-hop beat. I love mixing this kind of stuff because you can do so much with it. There's also a haunting chant going on in the background that sounds pretty cool.

The A side is more what you'd expect, that being solid dancefloor breakcore. Neither of these tracks really grab me like the B side did. Not bad, but not excellent. I'd still probably rock parts of these tracks in a mix.

Overall, this is definitely a worthwhile purchase. I like the more experimental tracks on the B side and I hope Rotator does more of these kinds of tracks. His production skills are up there with the best, it's just that a lot of the straight dancefloor stuff starts to sound kind of the same after awhile.
tecxx

tecxx

February 11, 2008

This record is filled with pure hate and aggressiveness. It reminds me of several death metal / speed metal productions because of the dark and distorted voice samples.

A bit different from the other three is the "untouchables" track, it's actually very atmospheric and moody - and completely the opposite of "shock fight fist" - which starts of with the usual rotator-breakcore-style. But as soon as the break hits your speakers (with a fucked up britney spears voice sample) it turns into a speedcore monster you just have to witness on a real loud soundsystem.

BOOM!!!!