Various ‎– Made In Detroit

CD, Compilation

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1 Underground Resistance The Punisher
Written-By, Producer – Underground Resistance
2 Missing Channel Onslaught
Written-By, Producer – Robert Noise*
3 Blake Baxter F.Y.U
Producer – C.T.*Written-By – Blake Baxter
4 Tronik House* Spark Plug
Written-By, Producer – Tronik House*
5 Chez Damier Can U Feel It (UR Mix)
Producer – Chez DamierRemix – UR*Written-By – C. Damier*, M. Thomas*
6 4th Measure Men Just A Dream
Written-By, Producer – Mark Kinchin*
7 Terrence Parker Now Is The Time
Written-By, Producer – T. Parker*
8 Que Sera Sera You Don't Know
Producer – ViceWritten-By – James Denham*, Seray Johnson*
9 D.J. Tone* Insanity
Producer – D.J. Tone*Written-By – Antonio Echols*
10 Ontonio* Badd Minded
Written-By, Producer – Ontonio*
11 Silent Phase Wave The Rave Goodbye
Written-By, Producer – Stacey Pullen

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Tracks 9 to 11 are bonus tracks, these do not feature on LP!

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 023496 700044
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5023496700044
  • Matrix / Runout: S TECCD 1 02 DISCTRONICS

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TEC LP1 Various Made In Detroit(LP, Comp) KMS (UK) TEC LP1 UK 1992 Sell This Version
TEC MC1 Various Made In Detroit(Cass, Comp) KMS (UK) TEC MC1 UK 1992 Sell This Version
TEC LP1 Various Made In Detroit(LP, Comp, Promo, W/Lbl) KMS (UK) TEC LP1 UK 1992 Sell This Version


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October 30, 2015
The only cd that Insanity by DJ Tone came out on.


March 15, 2010

This compilation, while not really logically compiled or thematically arranged (in fact Detroit is the only common denominator here), remains highly enjoyable mainly due to a stellar selection of tunes. Collecting and drawing in contributions from both, the harder and more agressive side of Detroit techno (tracks by U.R., Missing Channel, Blake Baxter, Tronnikhouse and DJ Tone), and adding the more soulful and melodic cheek of the motor city's electronic music scene (which basically encompasses the remaining six tracks), this a really competent overview of the early Detroit sound. Covering just about anything from hoover heavy, break beat rave anthems, through to mechanical and stripped down techno stompers, house jewels with gorgeous piano synth stabs and smooth vocals, "Made in Detroit" shows many stops and various aspects artists from this city have brought to the table throughout the years.
If you are familiar with compilations from the hard to track down Global Techno Power series, which focused more on the harder, more sinister and, if you want, industrial Detroit sounds, and then, if you have heard the (by this day and age) just as elusive "Panic in Detroit" or "Embrace the future - a 430 West compilation", both released on Buzz, which were both more inclined towards displaying the mellow and subtler influences and characteristics of the city's music, then you should feel at home with this one. For two reasons; firstly, this one adequately combines on one CD surface what the other four together had, and secondly (admittedly a more important reson), this one will not cost a real small fortune to acquire, something which cannot be said about many other releases from the era, which contained classic tracks by some artists also featured here.
As an entrance to a large spectrum, "Made in Detroit" is great. From harsh to soothing and back, this has it virtually all. A stone cold classic, it may not be, but then again, most compilations aren't. If you really fall in love with this one, then you can venture on a tresaure hunt, trying to get hold of and collect numerous old school compilations capturing the golden, vintage Detroit sound. Don't let this one pass you by, now that it is still available for accessible prices!