Various ‎– Messages EP

Skunkworks ‎– SKUNK10
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM

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A1 Marco Bailey Road
A2 Redhead Utilism
A3 Olga+Jozef Kolo
B1 Kreislauf Chirotombs
Written-By, Producer – Dj K.Cee*, Mischa*
B2 Box Blaze & Chen-Sen Majestics
Written-By, Producer – Niels Jensen, Stefan Riesen
B3 Kreislauf Sightstep
Written-By, Producer – Dj K.Cee*, Mischa*

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  • Mastered ByNilz*

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): SKUNK 010 A1 NILZ - THE EXCHANGE. EURODISC MPO
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): SKUNK 010 B1 NILZ - THE EXCHANGE. EURODISC MPO

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SKUNK10 Various Messages EP(12", EP, W/Lbl) Skunkworks SKUNK10 Sweden 2001 Sell This Version


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March 31, 2016
The contributions by Marco Bailey and Redhead are as cheesy and obsolete as you'd expect. Terrible won't quite suffice. It's first aid techno kit stuff to knock seventh graders off their feet. Embarrassingly bad bass lines, lazy breaks and so forth, everything you'd come to expect from Marco Bailey and the ballerinas.

The A side is rescued by the three and a half minute tune dropped by the Slovakian techno heroes, and they deliver, if not originality, then energy. If you've liked the contributions they added to Christian Wunsch's Tsunami imprint (on Dummies and Borovicka), then you will absolutely love this as well. Precisely executed off kilter madness with overdriven bass line segments and ridiculously distorted drum loops to top it all off. Great tune, if you've dug it, please go and check out the 12" they released on Tresor somewhere around 2003 as well.

As stated by my fellow reviewer here, the B2 tune boasts some great breaks, followed by tension amounting moments, however, it really never reaches anything. It builds and builds, to no avail though.


November 8, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
A good release on the excellent skunkworks label with two outstanding tracks from the little known Kreislauf. The first, B1 is a simple percussive track with a killer rolling drum loop underpinned with a driving kick and bassline.

The second B3 has much more to it. Starting with a simple loop it builds in it's layers step by step, adding jackin samples and filling with fast percussion to keep the energy levels high.

IMO these two tracks are techno of the very highest order.