Sound Enforcer ‎– 2nd Series "Icon EP"

Label:
Blunted ‎– 12 BLND 18, Island Records ‎– 854 557-1
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2 × Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A 6:46
B 5:15
C 5:33
D 5:05

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Notes

This record has separate catalog numbers for disc 1 and disc 2, which were not available separately.
Disc 1: 854 559-1
Disc 2: 854 561-1

Track times are self-measured.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 042285455717
  • Label Code: LC 0407
  • Other (Distribution Code): PY 122

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BLNCD 18, 854-557-2, 854 557-2 Sound Enforcer Icon EP(CD, EP) Blunted, Blunted, Blunted BLNCD 18, 854-557-2, 854 557-2 UK 1996 Sell This Version

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hyperreal

hyperreal

February 11, 2011
edited over 6 years ago

The four tracks are clearly reworkings of the same principles and sequences, each with a different emphasis and style of the dominant components. Testimony to Dave Angel's production more than anything else that he can turn out 4 sufficiently different yet still top quality tracks from the same starting point. Suspect it's way too subjective to judge on quality, so I'll simply say my favourite is the X track (side c). For me it has the right blend of bouncy, hard edged dance floor feel combined with simple yet effective melody. But then I prefer Fever (B side) to Timeless (Title track) on one of his self-named releases so who I am to judge.
MrFonktrain

MrFonktrain

July 26, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

All of these tracks are fantastic dancefloor killers! It's a shame that nowadays you can't find records of that unique sound and quality anymore. Four wicked, pumping tech-house-tracks that do not lack rhythm and some melodic elements. Still works in clubs like it came out in 2005.
baj

baj

August 11, 2003

There is one mix in particular that is extremely good, but the rest is just OK. I agree that this sound is hard to find these days- very melodic but tough as well- much like Steve Rachmad's 100% Pure stuff.