Various ‎– Neighbors

Label:
Sounds. ‎– SOUNDS 003
Format:
2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
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Tracklist

A1 Fred Fresh* 5 Mouths
A2 Bob Fitzgerald (6) Mihac
B1 Kem M The Burger King
B2 Mind Phase One Work
C1 Chris Sattinger Tonque Crystal Moss
C2 Astrocat & Kenny S. Conception
D1 ESP* Teacher
D2 Deadly Buddha* The Gods Must Be Crazy

Notes

Changed to a new Bob Fitzgerald

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shapeshifter

shapeshifter

February 11, 2018

I disagree with the previous comment and fail to understand why this record is offered for such high prices. I bought a lot of Sounds/ Communique stuff back then and to me this release seemed a bit as if comprised of leftovers that wouldn't fit on the artists' own EPs. "Teacher" is nice but it's also available elsewhere.
pp15doodoo

pp15doodoo

January 29, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

In my opinion this is one of the strongest releases from Woody McBride's labels - and a couple of the tracks still sound fresh to me today.

The first - Fred Fresh: '5 Mouths' is a belter, proper US techno without a chessy acid line in sight - no trance trousers required. This track is featured on Richie Hawtin's Mixmag Live cd from 1995.

The Astrocat and Kenny S is similarly inventive - really funky, straight up electronic music.

Woody McBride throws in 'Teacher' under his 'ESP' moniker and is no slouch of a track either.