Voov ‎– It's Anything You Want It To Be, And It's A Gas

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MFS ‎– MFS 7016-0
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Part 1
A1 It's Anything You Want It To Be, And It's A Gas (Smoke Machine)
Co-producer – Cosmic Baby
4:40
Part 2
A2 It's Anything You Want It To Be, And It's A Gas (Strobe Light) 5:09
Part 3
B1 It's Anything You Want It To Be, And It's A Gas (Oxygen Mask) 4:02
Part 4
B2 It's Anything You Want It To Be, And It's A Gas (N - Euphoria) 4:36

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  • Phonographic Copyright (p)MFS
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Credits

Notes

Samples from "No Frank In Lumberton", a movie by P. Braatz.
Between tracks A1 and A2 there is no pause.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 4 013108 701607
  • Label Code: LC 6407
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side A) 0700 016 - 1A B92 E D
  • Matrix / Runout: (Side B) 0700 016 - 2A B92 E D
  • Rights Society: GEMA

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
0700 016 Voov It's Anything You Want It To Be, And It's A Gas(12", W/Lbl) MFS 0700 016 Germany 1992 Sell This Version
MFS 7016-5, 7016-5 Voov It's Anything You Want It To Be, And It's A Gas(CD, Maxi) MFS, MFS MFS 7016-5, 7016-5 Germany 1992 Sell This Version

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chimushi

chimushi

August 9, 2019
This track made it on to Goa Gil's playlist in 1992. Amazing moment when that intro would mix in. Very elevating.
jazzliscious

jazzliscious

May 1, 2004

OK, this is an imaginitive release that has all the elements of the "Berlin" sound of techno and a few elements of well, nothing I've ever heard before. Long before it became so routine to sample out of movies said producer's favorite soundbites and most often, little quotes, producers went out of their way to sample nondescript, abstract, idiosynchratic sounds or noises. This record has them. And those noises are used to become rhythmic elements of the tune at hand. This may or may not be "innovative", depending on your ideals, but I sure get bored with everybody's favorite movie moments and find it awful refreshing to hear these idiosynchratic bits of sound used as instruments of rhythm. This release falls somewhere between great early Berlin techno craftwork and moderate "DJ tool", it's not 100% of either or both, but it does serve to dish up some fresh early perspectives in techno soundforgery. Well worth the $5.00 I paid for it! Pick a mix, I always like the original best myself, but different DJs will find usefulness in the other mixes as well. Check it. Use it. Play it!