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- Barcode: 4 260544 822612
- Matrix / Runout: A: end of the beginning
- Matrix / Runout: B: beginning of the end
|The Division (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition, Promo, Test Pressing)||Running Back||RB072||Germany||2018|
|The Division (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress, Red Sleeve)||Running Back||RB072||Germany||2018|
|The Division (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress, Blue Sleeve)||Running Back||RB072||Germany||2018|
|The Division (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress, Black Sleeve)||Running Back||RB072||Germany||2019|
|The Division (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress, Green Sleeve)||Running Back||RB072||Germany||2020|
- Edited 3 years agoNo ideas? Just find some obvious classic 80s music, give it a bit of modern thump, some of those swirling fizzing sounds everyone is using, and you're done! This time, for Neutron Dance, we shall shamelessly plunder New Order; those hard FM synthesizer tones, that staccato cowbell. And to throw everyone off we shall name it after a completely different and unrelated 80s tune by the Pointer Sisters. What is that about? Cheerful tune though... Regarding 'Division Ave', I would have thought that if you were going to use the Drive soundtrack for inspiration you might have chosen a title that wasn't a road, but what do I know? Undoubtedly this is all well put together however and feels fun. Still, try and come up with something that isn't warmed over old music. Lazy as hell, but not without charms.
For the other tunes see for reference for instance; Yazoo, Pet Shop Boys, Moroder, etc...
Curmudgeon over and out.
- Available again for a good price fron this german Dealer:
- Edited 3 years agoNice record to learn to pilot a glider. Now pay attention to the yaw string and enjoy the tunes! And a pint of Guinness after landing!
- Great tune - Detect strong influence of New Order's "Bizzare Dub Triangle"
- Tune of the summer ? Maybe. But it sure is a good EP, neutron dance will kick any dance floor. Shout out to Division Ave. Love this one.