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Floatingpoints*Vacuum EP

Label:Eglo Records – EGLO002
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House

Tracklist

AVacuum Boogie6:05
B1Truly7:47
B2Argonaute II8:28
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Master cut at Finyl Tweek, London.
Pressed at MPO Averton.

Side A: 45 RPM / Side B: 33 ⅓ RPM

Track durations and BPM not mentioned on release

BPM:
A: 116
B1: 110 | B2: 107

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): TRANSITION MPO EGL002A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): [email protected] TWEEK MPO EGLO 002 . B5

Other Versions (3)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Vacuum EP (3×File, MP3, EP, 320 kbps)Eglo RecordsEGLO002UK2009
Vacuum EP (3×File, FLAC, EP)Eglo RecordsEGLO002Europe2009
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Vacuum EP (12", EP, 45 RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing)Eglo RecordsEGL002UKUnknown
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jancito303
We all have this track: the one that a lot of people seem to rave about, and for some reason, we scratch our heads wondering what it is that makes it so special.

I can see it coming: the fanboys, fangirls, and overall thin-skinned people telling me how my music taste sucks, or "don't get it", etc. Please don't get bent out of shape. The record is fine. Definitely above average, but excuse me if this isn't a glowing review sprinkled with unicorn tears, I just think that there are 200 records in my collection that would run circles around this and yet looking at the stats and reviews I would imagine something an order of magnitude more groundbreaking. Anyways, to each its own.
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CleverHans
This is an absolutely fantastic record. Bought as an impulse purchase years ago and have not regretted it! It's not exactly a secret weapon but defo pick it up if you can – you won't regret it!
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GuruXenu
Edited one year ago
Probably one of the best things in my collection honestly. Thought it wouldn't live up to the title track but I was wrong. Really dope set of tracks !
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Golomann
Try playing 'Vacuum Boogie' at 33rpm, you might like it. You catch many details without the track to feel off. Can put you in a zone actually even more than at 45 rpm.
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mickverma
This track is..... unreal. Very imaginative, very catchy and worthy of a place in any collection
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nathan.cole
--if the title track doesn't just put the biggest smile on my face and make me move every time I listen to it ,'D

Thanks for doing you, FP.
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andreibogga
Super release, Floating points does always the job !
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JustJace
Why does this record play in mono? Kind of confusing to me.
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surfmonkey2325
As a member of the Floating Points "40 something" fanbase and proud owner of this fantastic 12" I wanted something more positive to appear at the top.of the comments. I can only assume that the review below is sarcasm as pretty much the opposite of everything written is true. Is there's one person producing organic, warm, atmospheric, cutting edge electronic music, it's the Floaty P. Every track is a killer.
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m44-7
Edited 5 years ago
vacuum boogie would be an all time classic if.....it was produced 20 years earlier, the lifeless "laptop sounding" low end just kills any musicality in most of the modern electronic music, this is a perfect example - from the mids to the top, it's a very memorable track, but the weak, lifeless and overally "loud but perfectly meaningless" kick & bass combo are just too much, sorry - the 20-something fanbase won't get what im talking about, but i think the producer should understand it.