Martin van der Schagt / John Nammit ‎– Mix Your Own Breaks

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GWP ‎– GWP 5085
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Tracklist

A1 Jungle 128 BPM 2:27
A2 Highway Patrol 120 BPM 2:15
A3 Sexy Yearn 125 BPM 2:25
A4 Video 126 BPM 2:08
A5 Break Dance / Electric Boogie 119 BPM 2:15
A6 Space Storm 120 BPM 2:07
A7 Scream 117 BPM 2:17
B1 Percussion 126 BPM 2:14
B2 Sequencer 118 BPM 2:18
B3 Sample & Hold 120 BPM 2:24
B4 Drum 130 BPM 2:21
B5 VCF Noise 123 BPM 1:36
B6 Barking NB 1:05
B7 Scratch 120 BPM 1:03
B8 Glass Smash 121 BPM 1:05
B9 Tarzan 120 BPM 0:35
B10 Space NB 0:35
B11 Electric Boogie / Break Dance NB 0:42
B12 In The Break NB 0:36

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Notes

℗ 1984 Rams Horn Productions B.V.
℗ & © 1984 G.W. Productions

Consists of rhythms and sound effects to use as a transition between two records
Different in having STEMRA on labels

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: Biem/Stemra
  • Rights Society: STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Etching): GWP 5085-A//53887-1 DO IT IN THE BREAK-MARTIN
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Etching): you Can do it - martin and john RAMSH GWP 5085-B//53888-1

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dexterfeng

dexterfeng

May 11, 2017
This is a dj breaks, and beats record at its heart. But, to my ears. It's also an excellent example of proto house music. From the Netherlands. Simple minded slightly over two minute long tracks with strange funky noises and wooshy sounds. Heavily electro, and boogie oriented. Complete with vocoder musings. But there are also plenty of kickdrum tracks that are as raw, and trippy as only the best make them. Perfect bridge material for creating wtf moments. Oh. There are also sample based tracks on here as well. They are samples triggered by a keyboard. i.e. PITCH.

BUY ON SIGHT.