100 Hz ‎– Low Frequency Overload

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Low Frequency Overload (Control Dis) (Subsonic Mix)
Subconcious (Hebephrenic Mix)

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the-space-between

July 1, 2020
referencing Low Frequency Overload, 12", JC 001
transformed conscious awareness conscious transformed 07 : 03 : 03
tangee

tangee

October 2, 2017
referencing Low Frequency Overload / Subconcious, 12", W/Lbl, Sti, JC 001

Brilliant tune, there were loads of em about in 1990, I remember them fondly..As a footnote Dj Massive used the the beginning of Low Frequency Overload (Control Dis) (Subsonic Mix) on the track called Freestyle from this EP https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Massive-The-Mad-Skills-EP-Part-One/master/3593 Although not in it's entirety.
tangee

tangee

October 2, 2017
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Low Frequency Overload, 12", JC 001

Brilliant tune, there were loads of em about in 1990, I remember them fondly..As a footnote Dj Massive used the the beginning of Low Frequency Overload (Control Dis) (Subsonic Mix) on the track called Freestyle from this EP https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Massive-The-Mad-Skills-EP-Part-One/master/3593 Although not in it's entirety.
tangee

tangee

August 31, 2017
edited over 4 years ago
referencing Low Frequency Overload, 12", OPT 12003

Jerooom is right, brilliant tune, there were loads of em about in 1990, I remember them fondly..As a footnote Dj Massive used the the beginning of Low Frequency Overload (Control Dis) (Subsonic Mix) on the track called Freestyle from this EP https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Massive-The-Mad-Skills-EP-Part-One/master/3593 Although not in it's entirety.
Jerooom

Jerooom

August 13, 2017
referencing Low Frequency Overload, 12", OPT 12003
This is an absolutely killer bleeps track that was played heavily on all the pirates at the time. You can almost taste 1989/1990 when you listen. Brilliantly morose in a style so many tunes from this short period seem to have channelled, plus great clear production. A personal favourite to this day. Just felt it needed some love on it's discogs page.