Technical Itch ‎– Penetration 10

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Penetration Records ‎– TIP010
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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Frontside
A Pressure Drop
Featuring – Jakes
Backside
B Shadow Daemon

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Distributed by Alphamagic Ltd

Side A: 33⅓ RPM
Side B: 45 RPM

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  • Barcode: 5034812175118

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random-future

random-future

February 4, 2006
edited over 7 years ago

Woah, my first impression of this track is that it was that it is pure SCIENCE man, again already said, starts off with some "reborn" type b-line and winds up into what can only be called futuristic hell! It seems to be a constant rolling beat but the breaks are so damn heavy and those sci-fi glitch effects coupled with a bassline from the future just makes it work and you realise that this is an incredible piece of work. SALUTES TO YOU SIR!
infrasonic

infrasonic

February 24, 2004

WOW, WOW.

All D N B producers should be in shame in the creation of this track. Im not sure if this is Mark Caro's best work ever, but so unique. D. Kays in this song makes alot of the darkness that is in it, and wouldn't be the same without him, but the break before the big drop, is so perfect with these insane pitch raising bass lines, and finally a crazy drop, with the most innovative creative drum track to this date, with a simulated turntable slowdown and wind up back to the beat, excellent work. But I hate when the trumpet sound comes in, so all DJ's please mix this record out before the damn trumpet sound!! Then the second break has a crazy descending bass line that does a tone where you here the cycles in sound reciprocating in it, with an awesome amen beat under it, trul Mark Caro's finest, I wish I was the only one who had this track,
Shadow Daemon/demon is also incredible!!

Best penetration!!
anthrax7

anthrax7

February 23, 2004
I agree with Kronologik, this track is incredible. It has the distinct tech itch sound, but its still original and unlike anything they have ever released before. Starting out with a slower breakbeat, and then reaching a sort of semi climax, it goes into a, as Kronologik said, bassline that makes you want to kill some furry woodland creatures. They took full advantage of their abilities here. Thing im wondering is, where can i get the cd Penetration, and why doesnt everyone make breakbeat this good?
Kronologik

Kronologik

September 8, 2003

Pressure Drop is absolutely <b>INCREDIBLE</b>! Beginning with a minimalistic industrial breakbeat interspersed with crunchy, chaotic analog synths and a dark vocal sample, the track then takes the slip 'n' slide straight into the ninth circle of hell with a vicious beat and a bassline that kinda makes you want to go kill some furry woodland creatures. It is also a wonderful chance for the DJ to go to the bathroom, as the track is about eight minutes long, though you may have to stick around for a reload or two...