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DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

January 17, 2019
edited 22 days ago
referencing Interstellar Fugitives, 3x12", Comp, UR-045
Well on better hearing I disagree with myself..... This album has the best run out grooves (When it comes to the end) Locked.. Keep it locked! Its amazing what you hear when you are influenced in a gentle way............. The Underground way and darkest sound are there for a reason...It ain't fluffy....IN.......... 2019 ;)
DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

October 21, 2017
referencing Interstellar Fugitives, 3x12", Comp, UR-045
Andre Holland Unabomber . Now this IS my kind of music! Dark, moody, brooding, melancholy, intelligent, autism, suspect, traveling, distant, sound wave, terra incognita, mysterious, dark black ominous clouds, skudding, waxing moon, foreboding, deep, inpena-treble with pylon bass electrical fizziness...... I think? I do ;) Voodoo Hoodoo music ;) And the rest of this l.p. is stellar!
SouthItaly

SouthItaly

March 16, 2016
referencing Interstellar Fugitives, 3x12", Comp, UR-045
i know how is important for Music this true Opera...
OCCIDENTAL

OCCIDENTAL

January 14, 2014
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Interstellar Fugitives, 3xLP, Comp, MP, UR-045

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navalverde12

navalverde12

August 10, 2011
referencing Interstellar Fugitives, 12", W/Lbl, UR 045
The version I have of this incorrectly labels the B1 track as "Burning Spear".
Brwaap

Brwaap

February 16, 2011
referencing Interstellar Fugitives, 3x12", Comp, UR-045
It's all about C1, Perception - Mirage; all are great tracks, but that one alone is worth every penny
JabbaJus

JabbaJus

February 13, 2004
referencing Interstellar Fugitives, 3x12", Comp, UR-045

I just love this album. From the dirty depths of Suburban Knights electro-funk fuelled 'Maroon' to the the up beat distorted break beats of 'Mirage', with its trade mark UR sounds, this album will NOT disappoint. The best compilation released so far under the UR banner.
rednutz

rednutz

April 2, 2003
referencing Interstellar Fugitives, 3x12", Comp, UR-045

A rarified inspirational tour de force. The funk BOMB!
Every track as strong as the last. No exceptions. Afrogermanic the perfect fusion of Kraftwerk and Detroit. Drexciya track Aquaticizem is a moody number as you'd expect, with that distinctive vocoder and always original programming.
Mad Mike appears with the haunting eastern instrumentation and 160bpm electro mayhem on Moor Horseman... Rolando does his thing on the low slung electro funk of Mi Raza. Tracks credited simply as UR - Negative Evolution and Nannytown - are devillishly deep electro cuts indeed.

Obvious club killers are the vengeful Maroon (so named after the renegade slaves that waged a guerrilla war on their captors) and the uplifting funky discoid mentalness of Soulsaver.

Andre Holland provides some great moody interludes and breaks as well as the track Unabomber which is reminiscent of the techno dub aesthetics of Basic Channel. Not forgetting the lyrical Mirage courtesy of Chuck Gibson, that questions the reality of our Perception.

I may have to get another copy soon, I swear mine is getting thinner.
Jav

Jav

March 6, 2003
referencing Interstellar Fugitives, 3x12", Comp, UR-045

A real gem this release, in particular the grtty electro funk of 'Marron', the almost breakbeat drum pattern of 'Mirage' and the techno-soul of 'soulsaver'