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VariousWorkshop 04

Label:Workshop – WORKSHOP 04
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Downtempo, Deep House, Minimal

Tracklist

AMove D Featuring Fragment (12)Untitled
B1Even TuellUntitled
B2Sascha DiveUntitled
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Stamped white label.

Some copies have also the a-side label centre pink coloured.

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Workshop 04 (3×File, FLAC, Reissue)WorkshopWORKSHOP 04Germany2013
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Workshop 04 (12", Repress)WorkshopWORKSHOP 04Germany2015

Reviews

dellwho's profile picture
dellwho
Hi, can anyone help me track down the Workshop 04 t shirt? I have lost mine and am very upset. Will obvs pay. thanks
paul2011's profile picture
paul2011
move d masterpiece

seven more words i'll give you 7000000000000
Thetheo's profile picture
Thetheo
Hype is a fun thing you. People get all excited for 10 minutes tracks that sound like locked groove, sell their mother to get a piece of a poorly crafted track thrown into a giegling compilation or instant buy without listening any record with a romanian name on it.

In the meanwhile, you can buy untold masterpieces like move d's and fragment one on this. Sample from herbie mann's cajun moon perfectly popping at off beat moments that create a unique twist to it. Bassline funky as hell, and move d's usual perfect use of percussive sounds. Less is more.
Horianeo's profile picture
Horianeo
A track is in my top 5 house records of alltime, masterpiece
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burbot
Edited 10 years ago
worth the price for Fragment alone, funky as f***
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Red-Kite
Brilliant record! The Move D track is a Deep House masterpiece, endlessly modulating and shifting. Even Tuell gives us a deep and minimal groove monster that's just tripping, tripping, tripping... Sascha Dive finishes with a funky downtempo track. Not my thing, but definately not bad. Grab it while you can!

And in case you're wondering: the vocal samples on the A-side are taken from "Cajun Moon" by Herbie Mann.

This review is six words too short.