Various ‎– Techno 2: The Next Generation

Label:
10 Records ‎– DIX 89
Series:
Techno (3) – 2
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Vinyl, LP, Compilation
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A1 Area 10 Love Takes Me Over
Mixed By – Scott Kinchin*Producer, Mixed By – Mark Kinchin*Written-By – Amos*, Kinchin*
7:05
A2 Reel By Real Aftermath
Producer – Juan Atkins, Martin Bonds*Written-By – Bonds*
5:13
A3 KGB (2) Stark
Producer – Timothy BrownRemix – Kevin "Master Reese" Saunderson*Written-By – Brown*
6:33
A4 MK* Mirror, Mirror
Producer, Written-By – Mark Kinchin*
6:24
B1 Octave One Featuring Lisa Newberry I Believe
Mixed By – Anthony ShakirProducer, Written-By – Shakir*, Burden*, Burden*, Burden*Vocals [Featuring] – Lisa Newberry
5:33
B2 Infiniti Techno Por Favor
Mixed By [Mix], Edited By [Edits] – Eddie "Flashin'" Fowkes*Producer – InfinitiWritten-By – Durrant, Pennington*, Atkins*
5:10
B3 Psyche Elements
Edited By [Edits] – Anthony ShakirProducer – Carl CraigWritten-By – Craig*
6:50
B4 Vice Ritual
Mixed By [Mix], Edited By [Edits] – Anthony ShakirProducer – Jay DenhamWritten-By – Denham*
5:48

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A1, A2, A4: A KMS Recording. Licensed from Kool Kat Records.
A2, B2: A Metroplex Recording. Licensed from Kool Kat Records.
B1, B3, B4: A Transmat Recording. Licensed from Kool Kat Records.

The copyright in this recording is owned by 10 Records Ltd.

℗&© 1990 10 Records Ltd.

Marketed by AVL.
Distributed by Virgin.
Licensed from Kool Kat/ZTSE to Ten Records.

Cover: Detroit from space. A Landsat image from NASA Views of Earth.

Printed in W. Germany by TOPAC, Gütersloh.

Publishers:
A1, A3, A4: Drive-On Music/Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
A2: Kool Kat Music/Virgin Music (Publishers) Ltd.
B1, B3, B4: Transmat/Mayday/Zomba Music
B2: Electrogroove Music/Copyright Control

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 012982 008917
  • Barcode: 5012982008917
  • Other (Distribution code, Germany): 630
  • Other (Distribution code, France): PM 262
  • Label Code: LC 3098
  • Rights Society: GEMA STEMRA BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout, Stamped): DM210506 A-1/1-90
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout, Stamped): DM210506 B-1/1-90

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
210 506 Various Techno 2: The Next Generation(LP, Comp) 10 Records 210 506 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
DIXCD 89, 260 506 Various Techno 2: The Next Generation(CD, Comp) 10 Records, 10 Records DIXCD 89, 260 506 UK 1990 Sell This Version
DIX 89 Various Techno 2: The Next Generation(LP, Comp) 10 Records DIX 89 UK 1990 Sell This Version
DIX 89 Various Techno 2: The Next Generation(LP, Comp) 10 Records DIX 89 Italy 1990 Sell This Version
CDIX 89, 410 506 Various Techno 2: The Next Generation(Cass, Comp) 10 Records, 10 Records CDIX 89, 410 506 UK 1990 Sell This Version

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DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

DOCTOR_DIATRIBE23

June 10, 2017
edited about 1 month ago
Best tracks on this LP is....

Area 10 Love Takes Me Over 7:05
–Reel By Real Aftermath 5:13
–KGB (2) Stark 6:33
–MK* Mirror, Mirror 6:24
–Octave One Featuring Lisa Newberry I Believe 5:33
–Infiniti Techno Por Favor 5:10
–Psyche Elements 6:50
–Vice Ritual 5:48

Oh that's all of them...

Sign of a great comp then!

Musica is the language!

;)

P.s. If I had to pick 3 of these it would be back to back Octave One Featuring Lisa Newberry I Believe ... KGB (2) Stark (For years I thought this was Ritchie Hawtin) .... Infiniti Techno Por Favor
iljin1

iljin1

September 5, 2012
This is just such a good compilation. Takes you to another world. KGB-Stark is awesome. Very dark. Best track on this compilation followed by Techno Por Favor wich is another great techno piece. But this said, the other pieces are just so good as well. You just gotta feel this compilation.
docus

docus

July 11, 2009
Stark by KGB...

This is the stand-out track of the album for me, one of my all-time favourite Detroit techno tracks. It's a stripped, dark, bubbling, acid-tinged monster with a really deep, rolling, off-kilter vibe. Droning synth-lines float up and merge with eerie snippets of vocals, while dark, gritty breakbeats drive the whole thing along, underpinned by a muscular, surging bassline that coils around all the elements like a sea-sepent. Relentless...

True techno. A masterpiece.

(With apologies for the purple prose.)