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VariousBerghain 03 | Part I

Label:Ostgut Ton – o-ton22
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Techno, Minimal Techno

Tracklist

ATony LionniFound A Place
Written-By, ProducerTony Lionni
5:24
BRadio SlaveNeverending .....
Written-By, ProducerMatt Edwards
11:44
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Notes

P&C 2009 Ostgut Ton
Made in the EU
Mastered in Berlin.
Track A published by Copyright Control.
Track B published by Rekids Publishing. Under exclusive license from Rekids Limited.

Both tracks taken from Berghain 03 | Len Faki mix compilation (OSTGUTCD08).

A-Side: 45 RPM / B-Side: 33 ⅓ RPM
Track A: 125 BPM / Track B: 126 BPM

Track durations and BPM are not present on the record.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 880319359118
  • Label Code: LC 14600
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A): O-TON 022 A Loop-O/D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B): O-TON 022 B Loop-O/D&M

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Berghain 03 | Part I (12", Promo, White Label)Ostgut Tono-ton22Germany2009
Recently Edited
Berghain 03 | Part I (2×File, WAV)Ostgut Tono-ton22Germany2009

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  • phn208's avatar
    phn208
    Found a place still sounds great. Anyone notice it's got an odd number of beats in the beginning section before the piano is introduced? Makes it tricky to mix.
    • TriHard's avatar
      TriHard
      Edited 9 years ago
      Massive Ripoff of Basic Channel Phyllyps track ii almost sounds like it should be titled '(Radio Slave interpretation)
      • thevandelay's avatar
        thevandelay
        Only discovered Found A Place yesterday, how on earth did I overlook this for so long? Incredible piece of music, simplistic and by no means a new idea but it just works so well. Hats off to Mr. Lionni!
        • Allure's avatar
          Allure
          Has anyone else noticed the grooves on this record are a bit strange (in a good way)? For instance, on "Found A Place" the last part of the record has a repetitive pattern in the grooves, while the intensity of the track clearly decreases. Does the cutter have control over this?
          • restless's avatar
            restless
            "Found A Place" by Tony Lionni summarizes all gimmicks featured in the coolest house or techno tunes produced around late 00's/early 10s (and somehow in the deepest dubstep and bass music too) : equally anthemic and hypnotic purposes, echoes all around, old-school-sounding euphoric piano sequences paying homage to early Chicago and Detroit, very balanced production and sound-design, THOSE obsessive mantra-like cut-up girl voices snippets, fluid and perfectly mastered dynamic progression : in my book, an examplary quality club track of its era.

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