Scott Brown ‎– A New Sensation / New School Gabber

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Twisted Vinyl ‎– TV 34
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Distribution by Alphamagic (UK) Ltd.
℗ 1997 Twisted Vinyl © 1997 Twisted Vinyl
Published by 23rd Preceinct Music Ltd

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  • Barcode (Text): 5 021780 031416
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5021780031416
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side): TV34 - A1-1- -J.T.S.-
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side): TV34 - B1-1- -J.T.S.-

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2Styliztik

2Styliztik

May 31, 2017
edited about 1 year ago
Due to the declining sales of Gabber in the UK, Scott Brown decided to add happier tracks on the A-side to keep Twisted Vinyl afloat. Scott was influenced by the slow Gabber after seeing it at Speedrazor 1997 in Nijmegen probably at Het Triavium. New School Gabber was his first attempt at slow Gabber. It made its debut in Ireland, he played it first and didn't expect it to get any reaction, but the Irish ravers went crazy!
djrobovw1

djrobovw1

January 8, 2017
edited over 2 years ago

For me one of scott browns best happy releases on twisted vinyl. as soon as i heard this tune i recognised where i think the sound came from, if you slow it down on its break section and listed you will get where i'm coming from. its taken from. marc almond Say Hello Wave Goodbye, from1981. i sent a message to scott brown saying why dont you make a remix of it and get maybe gillian tennant to sing the lyrics over the top, that would of made it an even bigger tune.