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Wax (19)No. 20002

Label:Wax (4) – WAX 20002
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, White Label
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Dub Techno

Tracklist

AUntitled6:55
BUntitled6:54
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Credits

  • Lacquer Cut By*

Notes

Hand stamped white label without any artist or track information.
Track durations are not mentioned on the release.
Distributed by Hard Wax.

Additional copies printed in March 2015.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): WAX 20002 A ‡ D&m.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): WAX 20002 B ‡ D&m.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
No. 20002 (2×File, FLAC)Wax (4)WAX 20002Germany2013

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  • peter.fonda's avatar
    peter.fonda
    so i realized i have two copies- one with blue ink and one with black
    the blue was bought new in 2023, black was bought used instore
    • Kathi125's avatar
      Kathi125
      Side-B definitely THE Track of the Series. Gives me Goosbumps every time. Uff...! This intro is so delightful. If it fits, a perfect opener.
      • shadesofjae's avatar
        shadesofjae
        Yes yes yes, side A!
        So simple and repetitive, more like SND / Sensate Focus than Basic Channel.
        • markoller's avatar
          markoller
          this is real art of dub inspired techno music! dirty as hell...
          • Lou_Amaro's avatar
            Lou_Amaro
            Shed on this one?? power house:) is only and wonderful!
            • calipheron's avatar
              calipheron
              The A-side on this is my pick of the series. It somehow avoids the whole Basic Channel thing people claim that Wax should be by not actually being much of a dub workout, instead focussing on in-your-face fluttering hi-hats set behind a totally irresistible synth riff. Yeah, it's simple, but this is one of the ones that works, and works really really well. Damn hypnotic. I would have liked to hear it washed in some reverb though. The B-side DOES sound like a Basic Channel workout, employing some piano, dub pads, and a scraping shuffled drum pattern. Not so memorable, but not bad.

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