Syamese ‎– Pure Sickness EP

SSR Records ‎– 12 SSR 112
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP

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Produced, arranged and mixed at SSR Studios, Brussels, Belgium.
℗&©1991 SSR/Crammed Discs
Printed in Holland

Beware - We're Here!
The Alien Nation Corporation.

"the soul has endless ways of seeking comfort through expressing itself in the external world - always reaching out into the static reality that confines it - always challenging the painful simplicity of what has already materialized - this multi-dimensional creature - always expanding - exploring - irrational - a circle in a square - or so it seems - for the circle you see is merely a glimpse of a much more complex sphere - between these two worlds we are left to crack the codes - and when the foundations are laid down solid - understanding and acceptance of limits has been faces - the spark within awakens - and starts to crave its will - our task is to listen - and follow."

The Syamese Twin

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5 410377 512061
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 08 30384 20 1A 1 12 SSR 112
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 08 30384 20 1B 1 12 SSR 112
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 08-030384-20-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 08-030384-20-2
  • Matrix / Runout (Sleeve): 08-030384-20
  • Rights Society: Sabam/Biem

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SSR 112 Syamese Pure Sickness EP(12", Promo, W/Lbl) SSR Records SSR 112 Belgium 1991 Sell This Version



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January 18, 2005
edited over 14 years ago
One of those 12"s that I can't resist to shuffle into almost every oldskool mix I do. Not very well known, except on the Belgian post New Beat scene. 5 very particular trax that all have their own sound and definition, and form one of the best 12"s Per Martinsen, of R&s fame, did during his Brussels period. The A-side carries the oldskool Belgian 1990 motorgroove to a new level : her you got the kind of sound parties and raves drove on, trax more or less custommade for the Belgian dancefloors.
Here you exactly got the period when in Belgium trax were prepared in excess in the studio during the week and roadtested in clubs like Boccaccio in the weekend. Resulting in a kind of druggy, spacy heavy Belgian pre-ravemusic, later to become known as the Belgian hardcore sound. The b-side trax sound a bit more Norway/Detroity except for the treasure on this 12" "Intersphere": A Belgian take, by a guy from Norway, on Breakbeatscience resulting in pure xtc. New wavy bassline, funky drums and shivers all down your spine !! Search after this one !!!