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The CurseAll Systems (Are Go)

Label:Violent City – CITY 1
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore, Techno

Tracklist

AAll Systems (Are Go) (Dark Side)
AAAll Systems (Are Go) II (Dark Side)
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Credits

  • Lacquer Cut ByP*
  • Producer, Composed By, Arranged By, Written-ByDenzil Slemming

Notes

A PRODUCTION OF VIOLENT CITY A DIVISION OF DANCE DEVICE,
STAD DEN HAAG RECORDS APELDOORNSELAAN 139, 2573 LE THE HAGUE,
NL. TEL. 31(70)3642551 - FAX. 31(070)3562732

IMC
KONSTRUKTIEWEG 4 - 6045 JD ROERMOND
TEL. 04750-24499 - FAX. 04750-25999

MUSICMAN
GENT. TEL. 091-250230 - FAX. 091-331049
BOUDISQUE BRUSSELS. TEL. 02-7323386 - FAX. 02-7340234

Violent City was changed to City Records (4) after this release, the catalogue numbering continued in the same way.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side A): CITY1 A HCP 872875
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings side AA): CITY 1 B HCP872876
  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Rights Society: STEMRA

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Reviews

  • Jarren's avatar
    Jarren
    Edited 4 years ago
    Totally agreed with iamdek & 8892sales regarding this release.

    The sleeve is full-on epicness, a wet dream for fans of oldschool rave. Sadly, the track itself falls somewhat short.

    All the elements are in place for what should be a storming tune, but yes the vocal samples are too much and the screaming Italo riff doesn't really sit well with the rough Dutch beats & stabs.

    It's alright, don't get me wrong, but it could have been so much better as a "dub". Maybe someone could do a re-edit...
    • aidiothir's avatar
      aidiothir
      Similar to ''James Brown is dead'' but more advanced and hard. The finest Denzil Slemming track ever. Timeless!
      • LowSpirit's avatar
        LowSpirit
        If you loved LA Style - James Brown is Dead, then you might love The Curse - All Systems (Are Go). Made by the same producer and sampling NASA's recordings from Mission Control space launches, All Systems (Are Go) is a loud and strong early rave techno track that somewhat rearranges the familiar sounds of James Brown is Dead into a similar but at the same time different track.
        • iamdek's avatar
          iamdek
          Edited 14 years ago
          The sleeve depicts a stark post-apocalyptic scene with three anonymous figures in heavy duty chemical suits and full-face gas masks. Pure quality. However, the accompanying vinyl doesn't quite conjour up the same level of emotion. The repeated 'all systems are go' vocal from what sounds like a launch sequence can get a little too much, and the promised 'Dark Side' in the title just doesn't quite make it's mark. Saying that, it is still a solid slice of early techno-tinged euro hardcore worth checking.

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