Total Science ‎– Get It On / Altered State

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31 Records ‎– 31R - 011
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Get It On 5:58
AA Altered State 6:02

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Track durations are not listed on release.

Made in England.

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  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): 31R-011-A₂ Stu. JB
  • Matrix / Runout (Side AA runout, etched): 31R-011-B₂

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brucifer666

brucifer666

May 4, 2018

Altered Sate is a fantastic tune with a sci-fi soundscape, sharp stabs and a rolling bass line. The build up is superb. I'm always surprised this track wasn't bigger.

Get It On is a chilled out piece of genius from Total Science. Stunning drums with a nice sub, subtle delicate stabs and a flute overlay.

For the price it goes for on here, you certainly won't be wasting your money.
Collector_Cave_Guy

Collector_Cave_Guy

March 18, 2018

'Get It On' is a personal favourite TS tune. The bouncy fluid nature of this track always brings a smile to my face. its a real journey filled with deep elements, flutes, slick steppa beats and classy production.
Stereochemistry

Stereochemistry

October 11, 2015

Altered state is one of my favorite Total Science cuts. One that is not typically mentioned in the "best of" discussion. Clever running drums, awesome subs, excellent mixing track. Top stuff.
veers

veers

October 26, 2005
edited over 6 years ago

Truly one of the best Total Science ever by far !
Both sides, although completely different, are top production of the first kind !!
"Get it on" is a dreamy roller with complex variations of rhythm and some of the best "out of this world" tones ever.
Could have been released under their more atmo "Funky Technicians" project.

"Altered state" is more in the same vein of current T.S.'tunes.
Drumline receives their distinctive trademark and so on with a whistle adding its ironic emergency to yet a rather tense climate of rough bass and hyperactive steps.
The noise of falling objects along with the dark tone in the very beginning are sampled from "X-Files" (the serial not the movie) and so credit goes to Mark Snow.