The Curse ‎– All Systems (Are Go)

Label:
Violent City ‎– CITY 1
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A All Systems (Are Go) (Dark Side)
AA All Systems (Are Go) II (Dark Side)

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Credits

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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aidiothir

aidiothir

September 19, 2017

Similar to ''James Brown is dead'' but more advanced and hard. The finest Denzil Slemming track ever. Timeless!
LowSpirit

LowSpirit

March 28, 2011
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

iamdek

March 28, 2006
edited over 7 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.