Various ‎– There's No Way Out (Of The Groove)

Techno City Records ‎– MRD 8906
Vinyl, LP, Compilation

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A1 True Faith W/ Final Cut You Can't Deny The Bass
Engineer – Teddy DudleyProducer – Final CutRemix – Duane Bradley
A2 Technicians Of The Underground Vortex Vehicle
Mixed By – James PenningtonProducer, Engineer, Mixed By – Art Forest*
A3 Motor City Techno Mob Ready To Roll It
Engineer, Mixed By – Mike BrownProducer – David McMurray
A4 Final Cut The Bass Has Landed
Engineer – Ben GrosseMixed By, Edited By – Jeff Mills
B1 Suburban Knight There's No Way Out (Of The Groove)
Keyboards – Art Forest*Producer, Mixed By – James PenningtonVocals [Uncredited] – Paris Grey
B2 Santonio W/o Reese* It's Not Over
Engineer – Teddy DudleyMixed By – James PenningtonProducer, Mixed By – Santonio EcholsVocals [Uncredited] – Mia Hesterley
B3 Housekeepers How You Play The Game
Mixed By – Mark WatsonProducer – The Firm Of Willis, Arthurs And Gay, Co.Remix – James Pennington, Santonio Echols
B4 Subzero Right There That's It
Producer, Engineer – Final Cut

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Santonio Echols credited as Santonio w/o Reese.

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December 12, 2008
edited over 9 years ago
This is a absolute gem of a release. With contributions from Subzero (with Jeff Mills), Technicians Of The Underground Vehicles (with James Pennington) and The Motor City Techno Mob, this is a really original underground release. Santonio Echols adds a more conventional sound to this diverse Lp whereas The Suburban Knights and Housekeepers tracks are best forgotten attempts at vocal house. Most of the tracks are exclusive to this release so you'll not find these early efforts elsewhere.


September 9, 2003

The Suburban Knight track is a MUST, (as good as or if not better than the Art Of Stalking,) with Paris Grey on the vocals. It's worth getting this LP even if it's just for this track.