Scan 7 ‎– Undetectible EP

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Underground Resistance ‎– UR-031
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Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Password Soul
B1 Undetectable
B2 Voiceprint

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Vinyl_world

Vinyl_world

May 17, 2012
edited over 5 years ago
Password soul's just a boring track .... oldschool, but nothing special.
But check out the b-side and listen carefully ! Undetectable is pure minimal detroit ... but it's not the one I play.
The real gem is voiceprint, pure scan7. First time you listen to it you just hear a weird track, but listen closely! This is pure detroit madness ! Raw techno .. pure ...
Now listen to sven vath - unmasked on cocoon compilation A ..... strange isn't it ?!?! Detroit and UR had a lot of influence in the 90's.
This track is detroit at it's best ... i bet he produced it with his crappy drumbox and borowed a synth to lay down some strings ... then pressed 2000 records !
I LOVE DETROIT !
hypogenetic

hypogenetic

September 22, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
I must say, 11 years after buying this slab of vinyl from Depthcharge Records in York,UK, and having since swapped it out of my collection years gone(Yeah, Yeah!, I know!...Big Mistake!!!), Password Soul still remains imprinted on my psyche like few records before or after it have been able to do, leaving behind it a wonderful memory for me to cling to! and if it's the last thing I do, I Will find this little stunner again....put simply, Essential UR, and in my humble opinion, one of the great moments in the hypnotic history of Detroit.
dennisdonohue

dennisdonohue

November 19, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
Password Soul (A1) had long been my opinion of the quintessential Detroit techno track: A beefy bassline, outlined by a static beat, complete with chorded keys that slowly raise into hard stabs, and a massive breakdown that throws the listener backwards, whether they are on the dancefloor or sitting at home. Trackmaster Lou surely catured something special with this one...
baj

baj

August 11, 2003

This is in my opinion one of the best UR records. One side a long playing, swingy, bobbly house jam with some 80-like synth riffs and strong percussion that is so damn versatile and funky- a hall mark of Detroit producers (Trackmaster Lou being one of the best!) The flipside features two dark and tracky numbers that would blow up any techno set.
eiskristall

eiskristall

February 16, 2003

"After Drexciya's successful seaborn assault on the mainland. A basstation is established by wavejumper commando's somewhere under the coast. Allowing UR to continue the fierce 95 winter equinox assault on the programmers. Scan-7 specialist engineer's now skillfully deploy the cloaking devices which will allow Trackmaster Lou and the Scan-7 ninja squad complete invisibility to programmer thermal sensitive radar. Trackmaster Lou's mission is to infiltrate the central broadcast facility and knockout the mind control beam which telecast's the programmers agenda's daily to millions of uninformed humans worldwide. Once the beam is knocked out Trackmaster Lou will then install into the programmer's mainframe the new CPU platform chip developed in Detroit by Metroplex engineer's named 'Electro - 3132030UR033'. This chip will immediately induce viruses and bass frequencies designed to destroy programmer chips in broadcast facilities worldwide. This will provide humanity an opportunity to clear their minds and prepare for the upcoming electric storms of the spring-summer equinox. With the help of key hackers worldwide Trackmaster Lou and the Scan-7 ninja's will be digitized and returned back to Detroit via the internet sometime in early april undetected. You have been warned."

The Unknown Writer