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DJ Misjah & DJ TimPurple Road EP

Label:X-Trax – X-004
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Acid, Hard Trance

Tracklist

ADJ MisjahKeep Your Love8:24
AA1DJ Misjah & DJ TimPurple Road8:52
AA2DJ Misjah & DJ TimRookie8:08
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Publishing by Fokuss Music
Distribution by Mid-town
Made in Holland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 713299 502118
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

Other Versions (4)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Purple Road EP (12", Mispress, EP)X-TraxX-004Netherlands1995
Recently Edited
Purple Road EP (12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM)D.I.A.S.DIAS 004Germany1995
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Purple Road EP (3×File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps)X-TraxX-004Netherlands2011
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Purple Road EP (3×File, WAV, EP)Armada (4)AMX 004NetherlandsUnknown

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  • DJFUNK2DJPHUNK's avatar
    Edited 6 months ago
    The 303 Main Room Rave at begining .......

    Too cheesy for Sp23,
    Too perfect for Sp23

    Too hard for the Club

    Perfect for Normal Rave

    Keep your love
    Purple Road

    My house is ur house
    And ur house is mine

    Welcome to the Club
    • chestnut408's avatar
      chestnut408
      The track Rookie maybe sampled from Daniel Bell - High Voltage ??
      • MTWentz's avatar
        MTWentz
        Edited 2 years ago
        Some copies (like mine) have AA label on both sides...
        • eyqq's avatar
          eyqq
          I'm inclined with dr303: "Purple road" is a nuclear bomb... the perfect track at the barbecue when your in-laws are in town - family bonding stuff for sure!
          • Mr.TomServo's avatar
            Mr.TomServo
            Edited 8 years ago
            Keep Your Love is a dirty acid classic, simple and fantastic. I love its menacing sound and stomping percussion. Granted, I like to spin it significantly faster than default, but either way, this is a brilliant track. And the other two tracks are classic, as well.

            Pick up this piece of acid techno history if you don't already own it.
            • dr303's avatar
              dr303
              Ahh....'Purple Road' ....now there is a track that for me is worthy of the term 'acid classic'. Builds slowly from a low 132bpm bubble in to a tweaked thundering acid stormer. Simple, minimal and layered acid similar to Woody McBride's 'Sounds' label. Mixed great for me coming out of Slam 'Step Back' at the time. Its a cliché but the dynamics of this track are best heard when played loud. Still makes me smile to this day. In my all time acid top 10 for sure.
              • CHoCi's avatar
                CHoCi
                Edited 12 years ago
                In those Days i where very often in Holland for Business, at my free time i spend some visits at Midtown Amsterdam and Rhythm Import. I found this new Label X-Trax with the first Rleases there, the X-Trax 001 was permanently sold out btw., i was glad to pick up the next 3 releases. I remember my set at the weekend after the Holland Trip, when i first dropped the track "Rookie". The People gets completly mad, cry continous around and the whole club went into a moving dance crowd :) At this Moment i know the time was right for music like this. I would say i was one of the first in germany who plays the early X-Trax 12 Inches. Takes a long time, i remember about a half year before the X-Trax releases 001-004 where played up and down in all famous clubs in Germany. Rookie is one of my Favorite Track from all those X-Trax Relases. He is so simple made, but so powerfull an groovy like hell that everybody had to dance.
                • andyman5's avatar
                  andyman5
                  Edited 17 years ago
                  Excellent acid techno record from DJ's Misjah and Tim. The 'A' side 'Keep Your Love' is a techno 303 stormer with an acid line similar to Josh Wink's Higher States or a number of Hardfloor tracks at the time only more minimal and less tweeked. Dropped over it is a Todd Terrysih sample 'Keep Your Love' that gives it a rather hybrid feel. The 'B' side (my favourite) is 'Purple Road' which is an even more stripped down and minimal smoldering and building affair that would work well in an electro or minimal set. The third track (Rookie) is less exciting and more experimental sounding (think Christian Vogel)but still not a bad track. Overall an excellent little EP with at least 2 dance floor friendly trax.

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