Terrace ‎– Round Up

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Djax-Up-Beats ‎– DJAX-UP-CD1
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1 Pulling The Strings 8:13
2 Gratiot 4:57
3 Bassi[n]c Remix 5:27
4 Unsolved Mystery
Keyboards [Additional] – Edwin*
6:17
5 Too Close
Guest – Edwin*
6:29
6 Seventh City 6:49
7 Horizon 7:32
8 Bewitched Remix
Lyrics By – Ronald*Vocals – Susan (21)
7:22
9 In Search Of ... Myself 12:22
10 My Beautiful Garden 4:24
11 Paths Of Glory 7:00

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Track 1 recorded at Virtual Image, created in May 1991.
Track 2 recorded at Shanta Studio, first released on the In-Motion EP, created in January 1991.
Track 3 recorded and remixed at Virtual Image, originally released on the Inspiritual EP, created in June 1991.
Track 4 recorded at Virtual Image, created in October 1991.
Track 5 recorded at Virtual Image, created in October 1991.
Track 6 recorded at Shanta Studio, first released on the In-Motion EP, created in November 1990.
Track 7 recorded at Virtual Image, first released on the 12" Board Of Wisdom - Over The Hill, created in February 1991.
Track 8 recorded at Shanta Studio, remixed at Virtual Image, originally released on the In-Motion EP, created in December 1990.
Track 9 recorded at Virtual Image, first released on the Turning Point EP, created in November 1991.
Track 10 recorded at Shanta Studio, first released on the Terrace - Inspiritual EP, created in January 1991.
Track 11 recorded at Virtual Image, created in May 1992.

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  • Matrix / Runout: EOD ERD DJAX UP CD 1 01 $
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DJAX-UP-LP1 Terrace Round Up(2x12", Album) Djax-Up-Beats DJAX-UP-LP1 Netherlands 1993 Sell This Version

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techsoul

techsoul

July 28, 2008

'Round Up' sure breathes that certain 'classic' Techno spirit from around 1992 with every second of its running time. Makes me think of Kirk DeGiorgio and the releases on his groundbreaking but shortlived A. R. T. label or even some of Warp's 'Artificial Intelligence' releases. Yes, it's that good - although a little less experimental than the aforementioned records. Definitely not your average, harsh and dancefloor destroying 'Djax-Up' record.

The beats are straight without exception, the percussion patterns are clever and thoughtfully varied - and made with the usual Roland gear. Deep, sometimes even jazzy basslines float underneath beautiful synth pads and bleepy melodies. Stefan Robbers arranges those elements with great creativity and keeps things flowing.

Beautiful, futuristic melancholy.