Sterac Electronics ‎– Keep On Running

Music Man Records ‎– MM 106
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM


A Keep On Running 7:47
B1 Destination Reached 5:10
B2 Next Destination (Dub) 7:32

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℗&© 2003 N.E.W.S.

Not designed by Winwood & Davis.

Side A plays at 45 RPM, side B at 33 ⅓ RPM.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 414165 011064
  • Rights Society: SABAM
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): 08 52360 20 1A1 MM 106 PN H'MANS
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): 08 52360 20 1B1 MM 106

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November 5, 2010
edited over 4 years ago

I always gravitate to this record. Either for Keep On Running for the nod to Kate Bush and the affect it has on a crowd. Or for the two perverse mutant-nearly italo/disco pieces on the B Side.


November 7, 2006
edited over 10 years ago
This record makes me wish I had Giorgio Moroder's "The Chase" in my record case. Both "Keep on Running" and "Destination Reached" are excellent mixing tools suitable for a variety of sets. I wouldn't keep them running on their own for too long though, as I reckon they're a bit too monotonous for that.


January 4, 2005
edited over 6 years ago
"Keep On Running" on A1 is actually a "minimal version/edit" of Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill", the baseline is the same.


March 11, 2004

Another excellent release from one of Hollands best Techno Producers. All 3 trax are perfect in their own way ; but it is 'Keep On Runnin' that is a highlight in many Clubnights. Easy to hear why . This track got the feel of an Oldschool Feelgood Track , close to the early 90ies Frankfurt Harthouse Tunes , which are of course not 'Trance' ; but can easily put you in a state of Trance . The breaks are at the right spots and "Keep On Runnin' builds in the classic way .Hands in The Air Guarnateed in the right Clubs at the right time and in the hands of the right DeeJay . (No wonder that this 12" is in many of the leading DJ's Top bags and their Top 10 Playlists).A safe bet . The flipside got another nice builder on B1 , just not that euphoric and not so fast. Sterac Electronics is the newest project from Steve Rachmad , who hails from Surinam and lives in Amsterdam nearly all of his life ; but he was always the man from the Netherlands that was accepted among the second wave of Detroit Techno Producers and he spent lots of time there , working with the cracks in their home-studios or just checking the vibe of the 7th City . Lawrence Burden driving him around for sightseeing and so on.
After repeated listening B2 becomes my favourite . A mysterious journey through the sound of synthesizers and echo-chambers with claps leading the way ! Perfect for homelistening-adventure-tours. So you get lots of value , if you buy this 12"....