chrislowski

Various - Global Techno Power 02:2000AD chrislowski

November 4, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Global Techno Power 02:2000AD, CD, Comp, ALCB-665
If you are a Drexciya fan like me and have been trying to track this down for the L.A.M. track, don't worry - it's "Intensified Magnetron" from Drexciya 3 - Molecular Enhancement.
techsoul

Various - Global Techno Power 02:2000AD as reviewed by techsoul

July 28, 2008
referencing Global Techno Power 02:2000AD, CD, Comp, ALCB-665

Even harder to find than the first 'Global Techno Power' compilation. If you get a chance, don't hesitate. Rare Detroit Techno tracks - most of them unfindable in digital format anywhere else than on this long out-of-print release from Japan.

My favourite track on this compilation is taken from Robert Hood's Hardwax release as Dr. Kevorkian, 'The Aftermath' (which was initially entitled 'Suicide Machine'). A highly addictive tune, layering different acidic basslines synths and dramatic strings repeating slight variations of the same melody over and over in different combinations without getting dull. Destroys any dancefloor for sure - so much for the title...

Drexciya (as L. A. M.) deliver a completly freaked out electro track, while Underground Resistance's offerings range from their well known aggressive, militant Techno ('Kamikaze', 'Rage') to spiritual journeys on the 909 ('Backroad To Nirvana', 'Antidote'). And of course, Robert Hood's other guises provide great material, too. This is a must.

Again - all killers, no fillers.