The Mover ‎– Frontal Sickness Part 1

Planet Core Productions ‎– PCP 005
Vinyl, 12", Limited Edition, White Label, Generic Print


Limited edition of 500 copies.
Mastered at Schallplatten Schneid Technik, Frankfurt, Germany.

Most copies have only a large 1 and 2 figures on the A & B-side respectively, with no other info on the record. However, some copies have a small writing on one side that says "The Mover" or "The Mover Pt. 1" and "PCP 005", written with a white marker.

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March 25, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
I heard this for the first time at a warehouse rave in 1991. Colin Dale was on the decks, stirring his deep, post-apocalyptic cauldron. Then he dropped Nightflight. The bass was so pregnant and laden that it spilt over the floor like a tidal wave. It surged through the party and atomised the place.

The next time I heard Nightflight was at a free party in the car park at Glastonbury Festival in 1994. It suited the sketchy, ket-fuelled vibe perfectly. I asked the DJ what it was and, like a crazed trainspotter, I wrote the name down and bought it the very next week at Fatcat in London. It's never left my box since.

...A brooding techno masterpiece that encapsulates everything that the free party scene was about in the early nineties, but which still sounds fresh today...