|A1||The Sound Of Saturday (Paean)||4:23|
|B1||The Sound Of Saturday (Full Horror)||7:06|
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"Wafta are: Martin and Hardy"
- Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): SPY+003+A ORLAKE CHEEKY CHARLIE BROWN'S WALK IN THE MONEY MARK
- Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): SPY+003+B ORLAKE KNEES UP MY SELECTOR
- Awesome amen-laden EP full of IDM tinged jungle. Very progressive and different for it's day - like other Spymania releases of the time - like Squarepusher, for example. Highly recommended and especially at the very fair prices it's going for as I type in early 2022. This is timeless and wonderful. Grab it.
- Edited 2 years agoThis record is wicked. Jungle, but from the electronica angle - two of the tracks are impressively Squarepusher-ish (who appears o other Spymania labels) while two others would sit more happily in jungle set. An industrial track to round it off. The breaks absolutely tear it up. Decent production values, really good quality sound.
- Edited 11 years agoI heard that the guy who did this music had just split up from his girlfriend, and this stuff does have a slightly pissed off dark edge to it. While the sound quality and production isn't totally kicking (not bad though), I like the grungy quality to it. The main thing for me in this 12" is the music, which stands apart from most every other D&B, jungle, 'jazz and bass' and 'drill and bass' or whatever, really unique. Best track has to be Witchita Lineman, great wee electro/ drum and bass tune, kind of positive but melancholy at the same time. The rest of the tracks go between full on drum and bass 1996 style to dark ambient to almost industrial. Recommended.