Ad

Taiko (2)Echo Drop

Label:Consolidated – CSD 22001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single, Stereo
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Progressive House, Tech House

Tracklist

AEcho Drop (Hard)
BEcho Drop (Dub)
Ad

Companies, etc.

Credits

Notes

(44) (0902) 771186

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 021237 012760
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): CSD 22001 A ✳-J.T.S.-✳
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): CSD 22001 - B ✳ JTS ✳

Other Versions (5 of 8)

View All
Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Echo Drop (12", 45 RPM)ZYX MusicZYX 7439-12Germany1994
Echo Drop (CD, Maxi-Single)ZYX MusicZYX 7439-8Germany1994
Recently Edited
Echo Drop (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single)SoutheastSE12 001UK1998
New Submission
Echo Drop (12", White Label)SoutheastSE12 001UK1998
Recently Edited
Echodrop (12")Fuel Records, Fuel RecordsFUEL #029, 8573-82942-0Germany2000

Recommendations

Reviews

  • OLDSKOOLHOUSE-HEAD's avatar
    ANY ONE KNOW WHERE THE VOCAL IS SAMPLED FROM. IE SOME OLD TRACK OR A SAMPLER CD?? MAYBE WAS A PRESET SAMPLE?? WOULD LOVE SOME MORE INFO ''Give The Love''
    • AcidHouseCasual88's avatar
      Edited one year ago
      First Couple Of Minutes Of The Hard Mix Samples Baseline Loop From Bizarre Inc - Playing With Knives
      • JimmyCsRecords's avatar
        Edited 3 years ago
        The Hard Mix is a great tune that in 1994 sounded a few years ahead of it's time. It's an amalgamation of stomping tech house/hard house, some depth and a dark/uplifting riff. It's one of those tunes that stands out in a set and I heard it played by Carl Cox, Sasha and Jeremy Healy in the mid 90s. A diverse anthem 👍
        • johnnybrookes70's avatar
          crackin' tune love this 1
          first time i heard it played was on an old vertigo or paul oakenfold or it could of been sasha top tune......
          • Johnmarcus's avatar
            Johnmarcus
            Edited 6 years ago
            Echo Drop is a great tune with two different mixes to choose from on this 12"
            The "Dub" mix plays on deep sounding piano hook, with layered strings & synths building the track higher & higher. Great mix with plenty of energy, that worked a treat.
            "Hard" Mix is as it says, with its tougher full on beats that drop into a dirty dark synth hook, that morphs into a piano hook layered with strings in the breakdown, kicking back in with the tougher synth hooks. Fantastic mix with bags of energy and a tough edge. Big tune in its day and still sounds great today. I think you can take your pick on the mixes, both are good in their own right.
            • Weareonenation303's avatar
              Edited 8 years ago
              The Hard version has such a catchy bassline! Great house tune. It definitely sounds less dated than most house tracks I have heard from 90-94. Forget about the Dub version, it's pretty typical and boring compared to the Hard version.
              • thes-wave's avatar
                thes-wave
                Huge for me and my mates in the 90s. Great beats, moody keys, euphoric strings .... give the love!
                • vinylscds74's avatar
                  vinylscds74
                  Punchy, driving, solid, a few words to descripe this "serious as cancer" Hard mix.
                  Its drives a steak through your heart with the relentless bassline.
                  To lighten the load it delivers a female vocal stab. .... "give the love".

                  Gotta say, a noise effect in this was used in Strikes high street club candy beer monster handbag sickbag clubber comercial tune - U Sure Do. But dont let that put you temporarily off.

                  This progressive tune is dangerous left in the wrong hands.
                  Flip over to Dub side and you have an addition of a hard hitting Piano line. You would expect a piano line to uplift. Not here, its too god dam serious to give you any hope. Fuck its a good mid 90s EP.

                  Like all things in the 90s it very much had a concious note. "Give The Love"
                  • beatzzperminute's avatar
                    Edited 14 years ago
                    What we have hear is a hard, punchy, deliberate house tune.
                    Its coming at ya, and its armed with a striking piano line and a female vocal stab.
                    "Give the love".
                    House on the verg of being progressive, but with all the delivery of a hard house/techno tune.
                    This tune was going to be called Take One - E Drop.
                    But they changed there minds in the management office.

                    Release

                    For sale on Discogs

                    Sell a copy

                    Statistics


                    Ad

                    Videos (9)

                    Edit
                    Ad
                    Ad