Subliminal Aurra ‎– The Next Phase

Label:
Fourth Floor Records ‎– F-1119
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:
Released:
Genre:
Style:

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 It Puts Me In The Mood
Rap – Rob Smalls
5:14
A2 It Puts Me In The Instrumental 5:04
B1 Try Yazz On E (Feel The Difference) 3:55
B2 The Mist (Fallout Mix) 4:40
B3 Mist Is In My Mind 3:30

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

© ℗ 1990
Northcott Music (BMI)

Produced, Mixed, Arranged & Edited for Essential Productions
Rap Performed by (Rob Smalls of Rugged Society)
Dist. by NCP

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): FF-1119 A F/W
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): FF-1119 B F/W
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): F-1119 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): F-1119 B
  • Rights Society: BMI

Recommendations

Reviews Show All 2 Reviews

Add Review

Meltdown_01

Meltdown_01

March 22, 2008

"Subliminal Aurra" aka Lenny Dee and Victor Simonelli produced some killer dope house cuts back then. In my opinion they´ve created a complete new subgenre of house music. I can´t put that subgenre into words so give me a chance to describe it. Back in 1990/1991 Lenny Dee, Victor Simonelli and Frankie Bones created some very deep and dark cutz. Tunes like "Fall Into A Trance", "Ease The Pressure", "Overdose(Final Trip)","Flashback" and many more were released. All tracks are kinda different but have nevertheless a same vibe. All tracks create mysterious and deep moods with their deep soaring strings and mysterious spooky vocals. The standout track on this record is without any doubt "The Mist(Fallout Mix)". This track is so killer that I even get goosebumps after years of listening. The mysterious and whispering female vocal "Mist is in my mind" together with the floating strings create an absolute mental atmosphere. As far as I know that track was caned heavily on all the big UK raves back in the early 90s. It really must have been an hypnotic and joyful joruney to enjoy that track there with all the mist and laser fx. In my opinion this track and "Ease the pressure" were an pool of inspiration for later hardcore/breakbeat/jungle producers like "Q-project", "Dj Crystl" etc. They took the deep floating synthie sounds or created smiliar ones and overlayed them with some heavy breakbeats. Killer production of Subliminal Aurra. Please do you a favor and get your hands on a copy!
BomberOne

BomberOne

March 31, 2004
Following their hit "Ease the pressure", this one was still in their perosnal style (Nu Groove's ambient groove). The track "Try Yazz on E" was an hommage to the famous Freestyle House track "Try yazz" from Two without hats, and sampled the same synth from Yazoo, pushing it to new limits with a strobing 303 acid line. A cool one.