Cybersonik ‎– Technarchy

Label:
Plus 8 Records ‎– PLUS8003, Plus 8 Records ‎– PLUS80003
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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Tracklist

A Technarchy 5:39
B1 Algorhythm 5:21
B2 Melody 928. V2 5:20

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Notes

Some promo versions of this release have a black-and-white photocopied label.

Run-outs:
A - The Future Sound of Detroit! -Music for the mind as well as for the feet!-

B - [In between songs B1 and B2] DO NOT STRAY FROM THE GROOVE- THIS IS PURE DETROIT TECHNO!! [spaced out from previous; in cursive] J. Acquaviva~ Richie "Rich" Hawtin~ Dan Bell

A- 45 RPM
B- 33 RPM

Track B2 samples:
Vocal from Egotrip - Dreamworld

Other Versions (5 of 11) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BZZXL 106021, 106020 Cybersonik Technarchy(12") Buzz, Buzz BZZXL 106021, 106020 Belgium 1990 Sell This Version
PLUS80003 Cybersonik Technarchy(12") Plus 8 Records PLUS80003 Canada 1990 Sell This Version
PLUS8003mp3 Cybersonik Technarchy(3xFile, MP3, RE, RM, VBR) Plus 8 Records PLUS8003mp3 Canada 2008
PLUS8003 Cybersonik Technarchy(12", RP) Plus 8 Records PLUS8003 Canada 1994 Sell This Version
PLUS 8003 Cybersonik / States Of Mind Cybersonik / States Of Mind - Technarchy(12", Ltd, Promo, W/Lbl, Sta) Plus 8 Records PLUS 8003 Canada 1990 Sell This Version

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rob33

rob33

February 9, 2019
Please let there be a repress of this gem !!
DJ.Criss.Angel

DJ.Criss.Angel

November 5, 2014
Got this in 1990 on white label with plus 8 sticker
ceedub

ceedub

February 7, 2007
edited over 12 years ago

This is the first record I ever purchased. I recognized the distinctive logo from a tape borrowed from a friend (the tape was Blueprints for Modern Technology VOL1 and he had drawn the logo on the case paper). The plodding drums and nasty bassline from the title track still transport me back to that first night, as I listened to it in the dark wondering wtf was making all those sounds.

I was short-circuited because, at that time, I'd heard nothing like it (save for the aforementioned tape). OBear in mind that back then, this type of music wasn't on the mainstream radio or in super hip TV commercials.

I was SO glad when the Classics were released and I could get a new copy devoid of "the scratchies" from overuse.
hojo

hojo

September 22, 2002
yep, absolute classic! the agressive bass and industrial techno beat made this track one of the big trend-setters of the house scene in 1990! It's a state of mind...