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Vex'd3rd Choice

Label:Planet Mu – ZIQ155
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Dubstep

Tracklist

A3rd Choice5:59
B3rd Choice (Loefah Remix)
RemixLoefah
4:55
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Credits

  • Written-By, ProducerVex'd

Notes

Published by Multiverse Media Publishing.

℗ 2008 Planet Mu Records Ltd.
© 2008 Planet Mu Records Ltd.
Made in England.
Mastered at Transition.

A: 142 BPM
B: 142 BPM

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 00116 81551 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching A): ZIQ 155ᴬ B718984 -01 A₁
  • Matrix / Runout (Etching B): ZIQ 155B B718984 -01 B₁

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
3rd Choice (CDr, Promo)Planet MuZIQ155UK2008
New Submission
3rd Choice (2×File, WAV, Single)Planet MuZIQ155UK2015

Reviews

user2811's avatar
user2811
The released version of the Loefah mix is unfortunately missing a killer 2nd drop that featured on the dubplate version that Youngsta used to play. You can hear clips on YouTube
mercedubz's avatar
mercedubz
Insane 12 Inch!
This is a must have for any dubstepper.
bratfordlad's avatar
bratfordlad
Edited 9 years ago
From Norman Records website Jan '08 -

Thank god for Vex'd and their long awited official release for the classic '3rd Choice' The general feeling of this latest Planet Mu 12" is that it could not have come out without the stunning Loefah remix on the flip. As that mix was "lost" for a couple of years this was shelved. Until now! Apparently Loefah dropped some bacon down the side of his oven & when he went to retrieve it he found the remix asleep behind his fridge, lulled into a soporific state by the humming noise of said Zanussi science appliance. Aw! Anyway, the tune is a brilliantly brooding, haunting deep-tech burner which regardles of the press release shouting at me, DOES actually sound like a stripped down Photek on Mogadon. Or Technical Itch on 33. The freshly awoken re-jig on side two from the DMZ dwelling maestro is a little more playful & dubby, showcasing a subtle shift in direction. Then these huge haunting synths come in like sighing megalithic druids & your spine starts to tingle orgasmically. There's a dark, dark soul at work here, making this double header an austere zen-master of a plate in an ever-evolving scene