Smooth & Simmonds ‎– Pucker Tunes Vol 1

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Tracklist

Warehouse
A1 Lifes Little Pleasures 7:00
A2 Teckno Jazz 6:23
Factory
AA1 Teckno Driven 6:20
AA2 Lorraine 6:30

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Notes

A1: 123Bpm / A2: 125Bpm
B1: 120Bpm / B2: 120Bpm

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): WF 005 A¹ R
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side AA, etched): WF 005 AA₁ THANKS to MARViN & ZURa R

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teecee

teecee

November 24, 2017
edited 8 months ago
It's a moment in time. That's the beauty of it. Square wave radicalism.
steverocks33

steverocks33

November 2, 2017
Great EP of which all 4 tracks stand the test of time in my opinion. Life's little pleasures & Lorraine probably my favourites......wandering warm chords with interesting drum patterns. Agree with a previous review and like the description "subtle, simple and far away".
zacdavisssss

zacdavisssss

April 1, 2016
"techno driven" has a great (non acidic) 303 bass line and strange bleeps dancing around some very nice pads (a thin one droning the whole time and some w more body that come in playing a melody). love to slip it under a nice long/deep drum section, really kicks the energy up.
dylaf

dylaf

October 28, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
4 quality themes on offer here, with 'Techno Driven' especially resisting the test of time nicely. Beauty on wax & porn for hunters of lesser known, true analog techno gems- subtle, simple & far away, with as much murky charm as the cream of Detroit offerings around the time. Sparse electro/303 percussion, haunting machine strings & bleeps, arranged in an interesting, intelligent layering. Outstanding record, in an understated way. Great bit of history from Jack Smooth (producer/engineer Ron Wells) & Chris Simmonds (Cross Section Records).