|A1||Intro (Go Back In The Time With Your Mind)||2:34|
|A2||Put Me On!||4:58|
|A3||It's A Blast!||2:14|
|B1||Past The Gates||6:18|
|D2||Crunchy Custom (Live Cut)||4:46|
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Sides C & D have short runout grooves between C1 & C2 and D1 & D2.
- Matrix / Runout (Etched A side runout): CHEAP021-1-A D&M
- Matrix / Runout (Etched B side runout): CHEAP021-1-B D&M
- Matrix / Runout (Etched C side runout): CHEAP021 C D&M
- Matrix / Runout (Etched D side runout): CHEAP021 D D&M
Great album here. Dig this cheeky at double speed!! ,
this album is amazing, it has everything a well rounded album should have, from loungy beats/breaks to funk, house and techno. Dear Trevor is my favorite. grab this for the stupidly cheap price
if you ever wondered if house, techno, beats & breaks, lounge can be as one, go grab this record. A milestone just like Daft Punk's Homeork, deserves more recognition.
There are much tricky arragements in rhythms and a lot of sound variations in it, that's really an astonishing work. In my opinion the best piece is B1 "Past The Gates" (the tracklisting here is currently wrong). Contains well made experimental sounds... An album with influence of several music genres and that is fine!
Quite possibly one of the best records I've ever heard. Didn't like it at first, but bought it anyway. Then, on a a whim, I listened to it and it blew my mind. An acquired taste, but way ahead of its time, considering that it was recorded in 1995-97. Must have for all psychonauts.