Sweet Exorcist ‎– Testone

Label:
Warp Records ‎– WAP 3, Outer Rhythm ‎– WAP 3
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Testone 7:14
AA1 Testtwo 5:28
AA2 Testthree 4:31

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Credits

Notes

In Association with Outer Rhythm.
Outer Rhythm is a division of Rhythm King.
Published by Copyright Control/Island Music.
℗ 1990 W.A.R.P. Records/Outer Rhythm
© 1990 W.A.R.P. Records/Outer Rhythm

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"If everything's ready here on the dark side of the moon, play the five tones" vocal sampled from the movie 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind'.

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  • Barcode: 5 016026 228033
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A): WAP 3 A² MPO T̶T̶0̶0̶1̶ ̶A̶²̶
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching AA): WAP 3 B² MPO T̶T̶0̶0̶1̶ ̶B̶²̶

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dj.xray

dj.xray

September 3, 2012
this aint an acid tune as someone stated.its a bleep tune as they call it 3rd best tune on warp after lfo.classic.
808-MAN

808-MAN

December 22, 2011

Banging Hacienda Track! Awesome bassline chorus.....Jeez i can hear them whistles just thinking about this one.
Lou101

Lou101

June 8, 2011
This is called "ACID HOUSE"
I was a DJ is the underground scene in Los Angeles and played "acid house"; this music, at all the underground warehouse clubs.

As for the voice sample..."If everything is ready on the darkside of the moon"...I believe it is a sample from the 70's movie; "Close Encounters"
silentrunning

silentrunning

August 17, 2010
Not sure everyone applauded when it came out (it's possible, just not round my way!) but it was certainly a brand new sound and it could wreck your sound system if you cranked it. House music cut down right to the bone and warped into techno.
audioel

audioel

February 4, 2010

From its simple casio-like square wave melody, loose 808 percussion, and dramatic synth pads, this record still is a blueprint for minimal techno almost 21 years later. Its a rare classic that can still be mixed in with modern tracks and not stand out as sounding too dated. The only giveaways are the somewhat unsteady arrangement (due to being recorded as a live mix using an analog mixer), and the saturated sound from being mastered to tape. Neither are negatives in my opinion - modern minimal techno tracks could benefit from those qualities. 4.5/5
scherben

scherben

February 3, 2005
edited over 12 years ago

Bleep House classic sampled by 808 State for Tunes Splits the Atom. Samples Force Legato's System and is that Syd Barrett of Pink Floyd speaking at the intro? Very influential, it's claimed people applauded this record when it came out.