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Underground ResistanceElimination / Gamma-Ray

Label:Underground Resistance – UR009
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Acid

Tracklist

A1Elimination6:35
A2Elimination4:40
BGamma-Ray6:14
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Notes

A Side contains two versions of "Elimination", the original of which first appeared on the Sonic EP.

Track durations & BPM not given.
A1: 127 | A2: 127
B: 124

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side run-out): UR-009-A 313-862-5852 NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side run-out): UR-009-B GAMMA~RAY NSC

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David68Turner
Edited 5 months ago
Gamma-Ray's voice loops "Oooooo bara-cuda...Ooooo" sound, at first sight, like something 'DJ Glitzkrieg' would drop at his "Hairy Discoballs" night at Berlins 'Big Blue Sausage' Night Club. But Gamma-Ray is light years from camp. It's a stealthy predator of a track; to be played "LOUD" on "STEREO" to get it's true ensnaring vastness. Slow-paced acid at first glancing-blow, but it's the heavy-grounded kick, intersperded breakbeat and rolling-thunder bass that define this purposeful, rising analogue leviathin (Ooo-eerrr Missus!) Even if you are the mildest of Techno heads, this is a UR essential and a classic Techno record your collection should not be without!
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_wavelink
Edited 2 years ago
A1 "Elimination" is a solid hypnotizing acid techno track, best heard at the speed it's meant to be played at imho
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benzimmerman
Edited 7 years ago
One of their best records; high energy techno if you play it at 45 rpm.
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Klaus151
Edited 16 years ago
The vocal sample on Gamma-Ray was taken from the female hard-rock band Hearts song "Barracuda" which actually was penned after a show in Detroit as a reaction to a annoying reporter who insinuated that the band were lesbian.