Swag ‎– Dark Corners EP

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Jus' Trax ‎– JST 10
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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chrisnova777

chrisnova777

March 14, 2018
edited 7 months ago
cant really mess with the bass on version 4 of this 4 track EP
djemmay

djemmay

November 14, 2017
edited 11 months ago
It's tracks like this that can show the NKOTB a trick or two. House music secret weapons at their best and way, way ahead of their time. 'Version 2' sounds as fresh now as it did in '95 and you could drop it in a set as if it was made in 2017.
gerbenK1

gerbenK1

October 28, 2017
its timeless. 22 years old and it still sounds FRESH! love this record and also the comments below!

khmerwolf

khmerwolf

July 29, 2016
4 trackers are always so satisfying when all 4 cuts deliver, and this one DELIVERS! 'Version One' was a big hit at the time, a very unique sounding record. For me it's all about 'Version 2'; it's an absolute belter, the kick drum is so hard it forces the track down your throat, but done in a brilliant way. Top notch and both tracks could easily be played out in 2016 no doubt!
laaafont

laaafont

May 14, 2016
edited about 1 year ago
Underrated producers. Dark Corners is a killer EP with a more 4x4 approach than their Primitive Urges releases. Rave-ish synths, Ethnical Percussions, odd 'bubble synths' on A1... Can't wait to play it to a '2016 crowd'.
jezjonson

jezjonson

March 8, 2014
Version 3 is unbelievably good... Chris Duckenfield continues to impress to this day.
This type of house is truly house for sure!
paulo_m

paulo_m

October 11, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Version One is the druggiest dirtiest house/techno record of all time. Released in 1995 it still sounds the bomb 11 years on. Tremendous.

An absolute must if you are a DJ who likes the crossover from house to techno, as it has the drum programming of a deep house track but has all the technological sensibilites of a Red Planet or Maurizio release. Excellent for bridging the gap in a set from house through to pumping techno.
andyman5

andyman5

October 15, 2005
edited over 13 years ago

This is one monster of a record that was like nothing else when it came out. It builds and builds to explosion and is still a peak hour track in the middle of any house/tech-house set. No crate should be without one. Brilliant.
mentalist

mentalist

August 4, 2002

Version One is one of all time favourite tracks - starting off with a simple dubby intro, it lures you into a false sense of security, then all of a sudden the squelchy LFO synth noises start going off big style, and mayhem ensues. Highly recommended for lovers of big noisy tracks!