UR* ‎– The Final Frontier

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The Final Frontier 8:18
Entering Quadrant Five 3:57
Base Camp Alpha 808 6:18

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CrisBiskitz

CrisBiskitz

October 7, 2015
referencing The Final Frontier, 12", UR003
Does anyone know who or what the untitled track is on here? Does it appear on any other releases?
rosscoe0207

rosscoe0207

June 24, 2015
referencing The Final Frontier, 12", UR003
This came out at a time when i was young and marketing bitches where desperate to reach out to me. Trying to cash in on my culture. Trying to get me to buy their latest shit. Major labels produced videos and recruited good looking artists in attempt to fill their vacuous talentless void . I had a mindframe of f*ck your marketing, f*ck your logo, f*ck your brand, f*ck your empty headed bullshit. UR003 was everything i ever wanted
Eds72

Eds72

June 14, 2015
edited 7 months ago
referencing The Final Frontier, 12", UR003
One of the best ! Final Frontier, a tune .
ashleyronald

ashleyronald

January 27, 2015
referencing The Final Frontier, 12", UR003

There is nothing quite like it. There's no question, this is the by far the most spiritually and enhancing tracks ever Created in the world of electronic music or any other genre for that matter. Breathtaking.
harmavohx

harmavohx

November 4, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
referencing The Final Frontier, 12", UR003

I bought this record from Fat Cat in London about 92 and was just totally blown away. The 808 drives the whole tune with the 303 pulsating underneath, the chords set the scene and this really is a trip into space. Mad Mike created a true masterpiece.The final frontier still sounds as good today as it did back then.
benzimmerman

benzimmerman

September 28, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
referencing The Final Frontier, 12", UR003
This record celebrates beauty in simplicity.
Pistachios

Pistachios

September 3, 2014
edited about 1 year ago
referencing The Final Frontier, 12", UR003

I used to go to the techno night 'The Final Frontier', at Club UK, Wandsworth, London in the 90s - it got shut down like many great nights. I also used to play this record all the time and hearing it now reminds me of how exciting electronic music can be. Pure escapism.
spa5tik0lonz

spa5tik0lonz

August 20, 2014
referencing The Final Frontier, 12", UR003

"Final frontier" what a classic, still remains a beauty...5/5
DJWD

DJWD

August 11, 2014
referencing The Final Frontier, 12", UR003
When I first met Mike in the early 90's, I owned all UR releases to date, except UR003. Took me another 5 years to discover that one was actually missing from my collection and then another 2 years before I realized The Final Frontier very likely is the best piece of electronic music ever made. But I needed legendary Dutch DJ Ferenc (i-f) to play it for me at some underground acid-electro party to get to that point, as I somehow had never played that mesmerizing a-side (that appeared like the b-side to me back then). Looking back now, I suppose this was the universe protecting me from something that I wasn't ready for yet.
Because when it finally struck, it was more than lightning, it's more in the source-of-everything-energy category, like feeling god inside you. This track for me is like the soundtrack to my life and my soul.
I was fortunate enough to meet Mike again a couple of years ago and thank him for this track, from the bottom of my heart. It was great to hear him tell that he and Robert recorded the track more or less live in one take. When they finished it, it was like they woke up from a trance, immediately realizing they created something very powerful and unique.
So I guess the song was conceived in their minds by some divine intervention. Last time something like that happened must have been around 2014 years ago...
Anyway, when I die and they allow my loved ones to pick just one track to play at my funeral, this is the one. And loud please. No compromise. After all, this is Underground Resistance.
DJWD