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Peace On Wax ‎– POW 004
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition


A1 Systec & Powerman (5) Condor 6:40
A2 Innercore (2) Suspense 5:40
B1 Stormski Sanctuary of Love 5:20
B2 Afterlife (32) Sanctuary 5:45

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side A): POW 004 A FINYL TWEEK
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Runout Side B): POW 004 B FINYL TWEEK

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July 19, 2018
edited over 2 years ago

A decent 4-tracker with varied sounds. Condor sounds very much like a modern Hardcore/breakbeat attempt and is the weakest track IMO. Suspense is a dark 92 hardcore style track that is proto-jungle in style, I think this track must be where the "jungle" style comes from as none of the other tracks are remotely jungle in style. The Stormski track is probably the stand-out tune here that very 1993 in style sounding like a classic proto-happy hardcore tune that would be out of place alongside SMD and other early breakbeat/hardcore uptempo mashup type tunes that paved the happy hardcore route. The last track is the most downtempo, sounding more 1991 in style that utilises the same "sanctuary of love" sample as the Stormski tune. Varied and decent, but don't expect an Jungle Amen-fest.


June 9, 2018
edited over 3 years ago

These records vol 4 & 5 are brilliant, nice to see some dj's still working on the good old classic breakbeat days that were and are the best time of rave music. mine are on there way. keep up the good work, classics. i'm loving it. its all about side b for me, :--)