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VariousA Phuture Never Happened EP

Label:Alphacut Records – ACR 3009
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Drum n Bass, Jungle, Juke

Tracklist

A1Sun People (2)Hidden Code4:42
A2Deep808Funky Monkeys5:28
A3Sun People (2)Hidden Code Loop 10:01
A4Sun People (2)Hidden Code Loop 20:01
A5Sun People (2)Hidden Code Loop 30:01
A6Sun People (2)Hidden Code Loop 40:01
A7Sun People (2)Hidden Code Loop 50:01
A8Sun People (2)Hidden Code Loop 60:01
A9Sun People (2)Hidden Code Loop 70:01
A10Sun People (2)Hidden Code Loop 80:01
A11Deep808Funky Monkeys Loop 10:01
A12Deep808Funky Monkeys Loop 20:01
A13Deep808Funky Monkeys Loop 30:01
A14Deep808Funky Monkeys Loop 40:01
C1Paranoid OneSumo Spectah5:34
C2Phuture-TMade Up My Mind5:44
C3Paranoid OneSumo Spectah Loop 10:01
C4Paranoid OneSumo Spectah Loop 20:01
C5Paranoid OneSumo Spectah Loop 30:01
C6Paranoid OneSumo Spectah Loop 40:01
C7Paranoid OneSumo Spectah Loop 50:01
C8Paranoid OneSumo Spectah Loop 60:01
C9Phuture-TMade Up My Mind Loop 10:01
C10Phuture-TMade Up My Mind Loop 20:01
C11Phuture-TMade Up My Mind Loop 30:01
C12Phuture-TMade Up My Mind Loop 40:01
C13Phuture-TMade Up My Mind Loop 50:01
C14Phuture-TMade Up My Mind Loop 60:01
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  • Concept By, A&R, Mastered By, Lacquer Cut By, ArtworkLXC

Notes

Stamped black whitelabel 12inch vinyl in stamped heavy die-cut cardboard sleeve.
Including twenty-four locked groove loops (A3-14, C3-14), usually meant to be played at 45 RPM.
Ninth release in Alphacut's Third Wave Series. Made in Leipzig.

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Old_Boy
Edited one year ago
Deep808's tune is just sublime and as his moniker suggests, the track on offer her is just that...effing deep in fact!! With cavernous bass, rumbling sub work, great atmospherics but most importantly a tune that rolls with very nicely edited drum patterns it's enough to buy this release alone.... but wait! There's more!!

Paranoid One uses what I think is vocal sample from Soul 2 Soul (please correct me if I'm wrong) over nicely syncopated drums to great effect with other sci-fi sounds which reminds me a bit of the kind of thing Danny Breaks released back in the day.

And to finish off Phuture T (who I always look forward to when I see something from him) gives us a Metalheadz sounding affair with careful edited drums that twist and turn over a haunting piano line.
All in all, an outstanding E.P from Alphacut