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ChiapetTick Tock

Label:Yoshitoshi Recordings – YR016
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House, Techno, Tribal House, Tech House

Tracklist

This Side
ATick Tock (Apocalypse Now Mix)10:46
Flip Side
BTick Tock (War Of The Worlds Mix)9:41
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Notes

Created for Mood II Swing Productions.
P&C 1997 Yoshitoshi Recordings.

Track durations and BPM are not provided on the record, but both sides run at 126 BPM.
Due to a manufacturing variation, some copies came in dark brown translucent vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 0486-50016-1 4
  • Barcode (Scanned): 704865001614
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, side A): YR-16-A A+R SPGII
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etched, side B): YR-16-B A+R SPGII
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other Versions (5 of 8)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Tick -Tock (Acetate, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Yoshitoshi RecordingsYR-16US1996
Recently Edited
Tick Tock (12", Promo)Yoshitoshi RecordingsYR016US1997
New Submission
Tick Tock (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Yoshitoshi RecordingsYR016US1997
Recently Edited
Tick Tock (2×12")PhonographyGRAPH 04UK1999
Tick Tock (CD, Maxi-Single)PhonographyGRAPHMAXI 02 CDUK1999

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  • Hando_Jin's avatar
    Hando_Jin
    I remember when I bought this from Homegrown records in Derry Northern Ireland, the guy behind the counter told me that not only is this release garbage, but you would clear a million floors with it. Pfffft
    • tiddlerz's avatar
      tiddlerz
      hahahah fucking love the reviews, so true this tune is a head fucking dope ass mf bomb track!
      • ankaph's avatar
        ankaph
        I have some questions about this release. In my copy, the "flip side" label doesn't read "Yoshitoshi" and the logo is the twisted/swirled one, like the one that shows on the first video on the list. Is it the same release?
        • Neo_Chayanne's avatar
          Neo_Chayanne
          Edited 7 years ago
          Now here is some serious dope shit pressed over a heavyweight slab of vinyl! The first time i heard this was back in a 1996 DJ set by Danny Tenaglia @ Avalon, Boston where he rinsed the "War Of The World Mix", straight slammin' bomb! This can't ever be rivaled curated by a master of this genre John Ciafone! Play this loud on a proper sound system and you'll experience the "what the hell was that" feeling :) For those who know! Highly recommended piece of dope shit! This is Yoshitoshi's best release for me!
          • fainberg's avatar
            fainberg
            If you are here - you are on the right track. Listen
            Tick tock (Apocalypse now mix) up to 9.27 and you'll understand.
            John Ciafone is fuckin genius.
            • mikezdeep's avatar
              mikezdeep
              I have played this track from Paris to Berlin and the response is always the same lol WHAT THE HELL IS That
              • eleeut's avatar
                eleeut
                Edited 10 years ago
                After first hearing this at the Yoshitoshi Shop back in '97 (or was it still Music Now then?), I was thrilled to death with the spatial arrangements of the pounding / pounding / pounding drums and the signature Ciafone trackiness. Then I heard it later on that summer played by one of the Wamdue Kids on a proper big sound system at the house room of some big Philly rave.. I have both the Yoshitoshi 12" and the Phonography 2x12" and the original mixes are just far superior...
                • OCCIDENTAL's avatar
                  OCCIDENTAL
                  Heaving, heavy harbingers of impending destruction, these tracks are supreme chuggers produced by John Ciafone of Mood II Swing.
                  Cut loud and pressed well.
                  Perfect record!

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