The Drum Club* ‎– Alchemy

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Guerilla ‎– GRRR43
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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A1 Alchemy (Uptown Rocker's Stomp)
Engineer – Kim LewisProducer, Mixed By – The Drum Club*
6:13
A2 Alchemy (Original Rocker's Dub)
Engineer – Kim LewisProducer, Mixed By – The Drum Club*
6:17
AA1 Alchemy (Phasers On Stun)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – OrbitalVocals, Performer [Ewi] – Kate Holmes
9:07
AA2 Alchemy (Phasers On Dub)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – OrbitalVocals, Performer [Ewi] – Kate Holmes
5:25

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Tracks A1 & A2 produced & mixed @ Butterfly Studios.
Tracks AA1 & AA2 additional production & mix @ The Strongroom Studios.
Digeridoo by Vanessa.

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  • Barcode: 5 020497 000432
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): TECHNO IS THE BULLET RELEASED BY THE COSMIC TRIGGER GRRR - 43 - A MAX
  • Matrix / Runout (Rnout side B, etched): GRRR - 43 - AA ORBIT... ORBITAL... WHENS THE ORB COMMING ROUND?

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The-Bear

The-Bear

December 20, 2019
Classic will still be being discovered by future generations long after more complex overburdened recent tunes are dead and buried.
aidiothir

aidiothir

June 6, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

This is my favourite Orbital track and for sure my favourite Guerilla release. It's very similar to some other excellent Orbital tracks like "The box", "Omen/Open mind", "Lush 3" or even "Oola" and differs a lot to some other Orbital tracks like the overrated and overplayed "Chime".
"Alchemy" here is one of the better produced tracks by Orbital with a nice mellody, excellent electronic sounds, and optimistic strings after the middle. If you want to own just one Orbital electronic track, this should be the one.
RobMo

RobMo

April 21, 2014
very much of its time, I'm not sure if anyone would drop this in a set now, it sounds simplistic. Four rather unsurprising remixes, plod their way through as the backing to a melodic riff (which has probably stuck in most dance heads from those days like a bad commercial). For me its the Alchemy (Phasers On Stun) mix which remains timeless if a little tired. Other Drum Club releases had more happening, but its one for the Guerilla collection. Buy 'Live in Iceland' instead.