Underground Resistance ‎– Nation 2 Nation

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Milispky

Milispky

March 13, 2019
edited 14 days ago
referencing Nation 2 Nation, 12", UR005
I will out this on a house record which is typical. I am not often a fan of this music but for me this holds some moods which I enjoy to access

yes great memories of sunny day with birds signing.

Very good for cocktails with loved ones and hanging. I think of the garden, summer, fun and times. Memories of you
MikeMcGantic

MikeMcGantic

December 28, 2018
referencing Nation 2 Nation, 12", UR005

A carefully crafted album that was well ahead of its time.
Mark_Anthony

Mark_Anthony

May 10, 2012
edited over 7 years ago
referencing Nation 2 Nation, 12", UR005

Ah the birds chirping in the A2 "Sometimes I Feel Like". Its such a summertime jam. This is straight up festival techno. And the acid bassline in track A3 "Nation 2 Nation", f*ck!! It destroys me everytime. This is timeless and unrivaled jazz techno!! :0)
efunker

efunker

March 9, 2007
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Nation 2 Nation, 12", UR005

This UR release gives a hint of the mighty things to come: 'Sometimes I Feel Like' and 'Nation2Nation' predict some of the emotions evoked by the URs seminal Galaxy2Galaxy release, whilst the World2World adds the energy. It’s important to recognize the similarities between the series of releases that used this naming format - there was a strong vein of innovation of the UR sound throughout them – both generated and given cohesion by Mike Bank’s creativity.

I love the Nation2Nation EP for what it is, with its undeniable ‘Mad Mike’ sound, live sax, Roland TB303 moments, and as with each of the releases in this series it defines a moment in the musical history of the Resistance’s ‘sound of the underground.’