Fazer ‎– Tekknological Crime

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Generator Records (2) ‎– GEN 9102-12
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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A Tekknological Crime 5:20
B1 Raizzer 5:40
B2 Hellraizzer 5:13

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  • Barcode: 090204 035298
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 6269
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): GEN 9102-12 A SST
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): GEN 9102-12 B SST

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Jarren

Jarren

January 21, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

Definitely for the headstrong. Both sides are very intense oldschool techno rave, pumping and relentless.

Tekknological Crime is the main track, and my god it is psychotic. Many old rave tracks sound cheesy not because of the sounds used, but by the riffs themselves. This track has a riff that could cut steel.

It's a lethal journey through metallic landscapes that fill you with terror. Which is nice for a dancefloor of course.

As mentioned by Davros, the b-sides are very similar. Nonetheless, both tracks are equally insane!

It's seriously brain-melting stuff, no matter if you choose Raizzer or Hellraizzer.

Full-on wipeout, maximum warp to oblivion shit.

As I said, interesting material for a dancefloor.
Davros

Davros

September 23, 2010
For my money, Raizzer / Hellraizer is one of the greatest hardcore anthems that never was. Few other techno tracks from this period out of Germany even came close to the ripping mayhem and incredible builds of Raizzer. Maybe it was just a Melbourne thing (it was never played here), so I'm hoping there were DJs who championed this record overseas.

Oddly, Raizzer starts with a basic house piano and female vocal, and perhaps it was the producer's plan to lull the dancefloor into a false sense of fluffiness, but detuned analogue syntheziser patterns drop not long into the record and the piano quickly disappears. Steady lifts in pitch are introduced by the sound of a needle being dragged across a record. And for those with no patience for the intro, Hellraizzer is exactly the same track but dispenses with the piano and goes straight for the dirty action. This jams in all the best elements of the rave, techno and acid sounds of the day. Do yourself a favour - buy it - play it - and live the dream baby...