Speedy J ‎– Patterns (Remix)

NovaMute ‎– 12NoMu60
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Etched


A Patterns (Remix) 7:41
B Pannik 9:59
C Punnik 10:34
D Untitled 0:03

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Published by Speedy J Music/L.E.C.
Original version of Patterns appears on the album Public Energy No.1.

Made in Great Britain.
℗ 1997 Mute Records Limited.
© 1997 Mute Records Limited.

Side D etched with Speedy J logo.
The repress (2003), same catalogue number, has a generic NovaMute sleeve with black background inner labels - the D-side is still etched.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 016025 281947 >
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5016025281947
  • Label Code: LC 5834
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side C): 12NoMu60C
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side D): 12NoMu60D
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 12 NOMU 60 - A1 PR-M T THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 12 NOMU 60 - B1 PR-M T THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): 12 NOMU 60 - C1 PR-M O THE EXCHANGE - NiLZ.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): 12NoMu60D

Other Versions (5 of 7) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CDNoMu60 Speedy J Patterns (Remix)(CD, Single, Enh) NovaMute CDNoMu60 UK 1997 Sell This Version
12 NoMu 60 Speedy J Patterns (Remix)(2x12", Etch, RP) NovaMute 12 NoMu 60 UK 2003 Sell This Version
PLUS8067 Speedy J Patterns(12") Plus 8 Records PLUS8067 Canada 1997 Sell This Version
NOMU60CD Speedy J Patterns (Remix) (3xFile, MP3, 320) NovaMute NOMU60CD UK Unknown
12 NoMu 60 Speedy J Patterns (Remix)(12", W/Lbl) NovaMute 12 NoMu 60 UK 1997 Sell This Version


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November 27, 2014
I witnessed Pannik destroy Atomic Jam on more than one occasion during the heady 90s.


August 3, 2008

You know how everybody can have, and most do, dozens up to hundreds of favorite releases and will never be able to narrow it all down to a fine selection of indispensable killers, but somehow each and every music afficionado, be it purposly or coincidentally, has "that" one or two items he identifies himself with. You know the feeling?
Well, even if you don't, Jochem George Paap AKA Speedy J's superb 2x12" release from 1997, "Patterns (Remix)" is just "that" release in my case.
I have been a fan of this man's music for a very, very long time, but if my memory stands correct, whatever my expectations were, be it music wise in general or just regarding the afore mentioned producer's output, they would never be quite the same again after I first heard this.
Not to bore the potential reader with some nostalgic and emotional trivia, this takes his ambient/industrial sound even further than on the already startling "Public Energy #1". As soon as you get hypnotized into a pacific state of mind, the remix of Patterns hits you out of nowhere with what had to be the most distorted and sinister kick drum I've heard up to then! Pannik was the relentless and merciless party banger you haven't forgotten if you heard it, and Punnik, well Punnik is a colossal breakcore meets industrial meets techno meets hardcore masterpiece with the single greatest break down, following by a long and patient build up, all leading to a massive, and I mean massive as in blokes of marble stone, climax!
Not everything the man has produced is pure gold, but this is a milestone in daring and challenging electronic music, and along with the equally demented "A Shocking Hobby" from 2000, quite probably the release which cemented Speedy J's name as a leader in the scene. I love it with every inch of my heart and every pore in my skin. I am not saying you will, but remember that this is work of a man who refused following trends and rules. He broke 'em, and made his own.