Slab ‎– Freeky Speed

Sm:)e Communications ‎– SM-8025-2

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DUKE 020CD, DUKE020CD Slab Freeky Speed(CD, Album) Hydrogen Dukebox, Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 020CD, DUKE020CD UK 1996 Sell This Version
DUKE 020LP Slab Freeky Speed(2xLP, Ltd, Whi) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 020LP UK 1996 Sell This Version
DUKE 020CD L Slab Freaky Speed(CD, Ltd) Hydrogen Dukebox DUKE 020CD L UK 1996 Sell This Version



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August 30, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

This album corressponds perfectly with their time, the label and the country of release: here we can found a variety of sounds from different styles, a reminiscents of acid house era, the bigbeat scene being at his heigh and the techno as the guide that moves everybody; all of this styles according with Sm:)e, more oriented to the rave and the dancefloor.

But there's a little surprise inside, some "cut and experimental" beats, as you can ear on some of the firsts tracks; even the half mastermind of Two Lone Swordsmen, Andrew Weaterall appears with his classic sound.

Lamentably, the best sounds, including someones in the mentioned techno and bigbeat, finally dead with others more obvius and boring... i keep with the 4 first tracks, with the amazing remix of The Big eye and the other by Weatherall, and some moments in the others, but not with the entire album.