Zomby ‎– Where Were U In '92?

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Tracklist

Fuck Mixing, Let's Dance 3:00
Euphoria 3:27
We Got The Sound 1:57
Daft Punk Rave 1:02
Tears In The Rain 4:34
Get Sorted 2:18
G.T.i 1:26
Float 3:19
Need Ur Lovin' 2:24
Pillz 4:21
Hench 2:24
B With Me 3:52
Where Were U In '92? 2:04
U Are My Fantasy (Street Fighter II Theme RMX) 2:03

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
WERK CD006 Zomby Where Were U In '92?(CD, Album) Werk Discs WERK CD006 UK 2008 Sell This Version
WERK CD006 Zomby Where Were U In '92?(CD, Album) Werk Discs WERK CD006 UK 2008 Sell This Version
DCLXVI001LP Zomby Where Were U In '92?(14xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Cult Music (2) DCLXVI001LP UK 2012
none Zomby Where Were U In '92?(14xFile, MP3, Album, VBR) Cult Music (2) none UK 2012
DCLXVI001LP Zomby Where Were U In '92?(14xFile, WAV, Album) Cult Music (2) DCLXVI001LP UK 2012
DCLXVI001LP Zomby Where Were U In '92?(LP, Album, Ltd, Yel) Cult Music (2) DCLXVI001LP UK 2012 Sell This Version
DCLXVI001LP Zomby Where Were U In '92?(LP, Album, RP) Cult Music (2) DCLXVI001LP UK 2016 Sell This Version

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AnthemRecords

AnthemRecords

April 20, 2020
referencing Where Were U In '92?, CD, Album, WERK CD006
Shitmat’s “One Foot In The Rave” runs circles around this overhyped and revisionist in tone nostalgia novelty.
Bzdelnick

Bzdelnick

October 8, 2019
referencing Where Were U In '92?, LP, Album, RP, DCLXVI001LP

UPDATE: listening to my record collection

A long trip with lots of short songs on the both sides.
It's very dynamic, I love couple of songs.

Me like it.
Skott

Skott

July 3, 2017
referencing Where Were U In '92?, LP, Album, RP, DCLXVI001LP

I own it and do it alongside other records and it's warm and lush especially for having 7 songs per side. Each song is pretty short so the entire length of each side isnt over the recommended 33 rpm length an engineer would ask you to provide in total time length. The only hang up w this record when mixing is how short each song is and how close the in the groove each song is to one another. Definitely a great record to listen to in its entirety though. It's a perfect listen through album. But if you're good at mixing it will do you fine. Bump up the EQ and gains if you have an issue w the levels while in the mix
madrfadr_on_wax

madrfadr_on_wax

August 9, 2016
referencing Where Were U In '92?, LP, Album, RP, DCLXVI001LP

2016 repress sounds perfect and warm! Very bassy. Very satisfied!
Risingson

Risingson

May 28, 2016
referencing Where Were U In '92?, CD, Album, WERK CD006

All in all, the most accurate rendition of the oldschool sound back then. During these years many have recovered the pianos, the samples and the speed, but few did with the darkness and lack of structure. Zomby does that here. A grower, like most of his output.
Fractilion

Fractilion

October 14, 2015
edited over 5 years ago
referencing Where Were U In '92?, CD, Album, WERK CD006
This album would be good if Zomby took these tracks seriously enough to give them a coherent structure. Instead we get some not-quite-fully-developed ideas that don't really have a beginning or end. Otherwise a pretty good homage to the early 90s, just wish he'd spent a bit more time on them. The way the tracks just suddenly end almost in the middle of a measure is just absurd. Nothing in here that I would really bother spinning. Most of these track lengths are under 3 minutes which is not very DJ friendly.
meltdog

meltdog

March 14, 2015
edited over 6 years ago
referencing Where Were U In '92?, CD, Album, WERK CD006
Where was I in 92, I went some raves,bought tunes, got high...cheers matey
jam1

jam1

October 15, 2013
referencing Where Were U In '92?, CD, Album, WERK CD006
Zombie must really like the Shaker in Double Troubles Just Keep Rockin? It is in all of the tracks here!