Underground Resistance w/ Yolanda* ‎– Your Time Is Up

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gplr

gplr

May 1, 2019
referencing Your Time Is Up, 12", UR001

More House than Techno, but still: "Made in Detroit!"

The beginning of something really, really big!

Just because of that I own it!
digitalsoul1973

digitalsoul1973

February 17, 2018
referencing Your Time Is Up, 12", UR001
Does anyone have any idea what happened to Yolanda Reynolds. She sang on a few great Detroit house tracks then disappeared forever.
digitalsoul1973

digitalsoul1973

February 17, 2018
referencing Your Time Is Up, 12", UR001
The first UR record I ever heard and I loved it from first listen and still do. Had no idea at the time that it would be the start of such a long running movement that I'd follow and enjoy to the present day. The main mix of this really is still unlike anything else I have heard to this day. Sure, it has all the hallmarks of that classic Inner Cityesque Detroit house sound, but there's something to the chord changes that really add some drama and depth to it. And the fact that the vocals don't properly kick in until the back half of the track make it stand out to me. And when those vocals do hit, they hit hard. Amazing track!
dylaf

dylaf

April 6, 2015
referencing Your Time Is Up, 12", UR001
Careful with this one- I remember around 1997-1998 the shops were flooded with a re-press, & I mean HMV/Virgin/Tower e.tc- my guess is most on this page are not the OG & hence the low price...
magicsounds1

magicsounds1

September 11, 2013
referencing Your Time Is Up, 12", UR001
There is a unreleased version of this track that Tony Humphries play
SoulDancer

SoulDancer

August 11, 2004
edited over 8 years ago
referencing Your Time Is Up, 12", UR001
Who could have guess that this first release was the beginning of one of the major techno labels? This track is really emotional, maybe not the most inspired but the true definition of the Detroit Garage nonetheless - as the term Detroit House first refered to what we call Techno nowadays.