Round One To Round Five ‎– 1993-99

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Main Street Records ‎– MSD-1
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1 Round One Feat. Andy Caine I'm Your Brother (Club Version) 6:34
2 Round One Feat. Andy Caine I'm Your Brother (Chicago's Twisted Mix)
Remix, Producer [Added Production] – Chez Damier, Ron Trent
6:36
3 Round One Feat. Andy Caine I'm Your Brother (Quadrant Dub II) 9:42
4 Round Two Feat. Andy Caine New Day (Club Vocal Mix) 6:52
5 Round Two Feat. Andy Caine New Day (Dub) 7:07
6 Round Three Feat. Tikiman Acting Crazy (Club Vocal) 6:46
7 Round Three Feat. Tikiman Acting Crazy (Instrumental) 5:31
8 Round Four Feat. Tikiman Find A Way (Vocal + Version) 9:42
9 Round Four Feat. Tikiman Found A Way 6:43
10 Round Five Feat. Tikiman Na Fe Throw It 9:40
11 Round Five Feat. Tikiman Na Fe Throw Version 4:39

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Notes

Later version of this release has Paul St. Hilaire credited on tracks 6 to 11 instead of Tikiman as a vocalist.
Most tracks here are slightly shorter than the 12-inch versions.
Track 3 is an edit of Quadrant Dub II from BC-06.
Edited and mastered at D&M.

℗ 1999 BCP BMG/UFA

Released in Digipak

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18751 01012 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 718751010123
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): A0100296392-0101 12 A0
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): A0100296392-0101 12 A3
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1&2): IFPI L552
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 9476
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 94D0
  • Label Code: LC 01043

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MSD-01 Round One To Round Five Round One To Round Five - 1993-99(11xFile, FLAC, Comp) Main Street Records MSD-01 Germany Unknown
MSD-01 Round One To Round Five Round One To Round Five - 1993-99(CD, Comp, RE) Main Street Records MSD-01 Germany 2003 Sell This Version

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EpicForever

EpicForever

May 2, 2014

Oh my god... I don't know how to describe beauty of those sounds in my native language so I feel bit hopeless writing these words in English...
When you will listen to this album you will hear true passion for the music. To the sound. You can dance to this album, you can chill to this album you can make love to this album. You can hear how blurry and thin can be line between soul music and techno. Finally, after so many years of listening to mp3s I hold this CD right in my hands. Thanks god for ebay and Discogs.
dr-grimz

dr-grimz

February 12, 2011
I'm late with this review.
All the 5 12"s are here in my box. But for the first time i was listening to the complete CD-Compilation right now.
Unbelievable good music... VERY hard to choose a favourite track.
I know - it wouldn't happen - but "Round Six" is a MUST !
mmk1138

mmk1138

March 2, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

While I really enjoy this record, I rarely play it as a whole. The first two tracks are okay, but the essence comes with those featuring Tikiman (now using his real name Paul St. Hilaire). "Acting Crazy" is both danceable and highly atmospheric (which you could probably say about most songs from the Basic Channel family catalogue), with Paul's emotional interpretation perfectly fitting hypnotic techdub surroundings. This has to be one of my very favourite "around-BC" tunes ever. "Find A Way" is a masterpiece, too. Even more melancholic, it takes you on a trip you will never forget. Hazy dub "Ne Fa Throw It" sounds like a Rhythm & Sound at-once-classic. Instrumentals are also not to be skipped. Highly recommended collection.
baj

baj

June 19, 2006
edited over 10 years ago

This collection is totally essential for any fans of Maurizio and friends. All of the tracks are great, though my favorites are I'm Your Brother, New Day and Find a Way- both versions for each.

The standout track for me is the Maurizio (Quadrant Dub II) remix of I'm Your Brother. It's a religious experience, my favorite Maurizio track (even better than Domina). The synth flourish about 1/2 way is one of those "pearly gates" moments - but in typical Maurizio style, without any dressing. There's an exceptionally natural flow to the whole track.

The Club mixes of I'm Your Brother and New Day are early/mid-90's classic, tight, jackin, garagey, NY meets Chitown vocal house.
JonnieDarko

JonnieDarko

May 1, 2006
edited over 11 years ago

An amazing & fine collection of the Round series twelves from '93 - '99 with the deep 'Basic Channel' trademarks but assigning their talents to deep garage in 'I'm your Brother' A Deep House/Garage ANTHEM, along with 'New Day'("Give me your love, give me your love, tell me that you need it...") both sung with spine-tingling beauty by Andy Caine. Then, on the album we have the talents of Tikiman for 'Acting Crazy', basically 'M6' with lyrics("Baby you Acting Crazy, tings haven't been very bright lately"..)COOL!.A great tune. 'Find A Way' is my favourite from Tikiman,a real DUB tribute,Ernestus & Maurizio are the 'constructors' of sound & know how to create REAL music. The album finishes nicely with 'Na Fe Throw It' a slow sleeper track(again with Tikiman). All tracks also have a VERSION of them (w/o lyrics for those unfamiliar with dub)Truly somnolent & in the Basic Channel tradition. A Classic album!!