Teste ‎– Regions / Praecox

Label:
Probe Records ‎– PRO18
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, 45 RPM
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Tracklist

DIS SIDE 33
A Regions
DAT SIDE 45
B Praecox

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: Pro 18-A SURROUND [...] NSC
  • Matrix / Runout: Pro 18-AA ADVANCING NSC

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marcvelez

marcvelez

January 3, 2008
edited over 6 years ago
There always rises the question what to do with this record.
In a club, on an underground party, on a mix tape or cd.
To find a perfect match in or with the next record, always the touchstone for a dj.
Not to go on in the same style but finding a crossover where you can really add something in a mix so people can expand their listening experience, recognising desperation together with the need for love and opening up....For me I found an interesting match for this record in CAJ 233,Southside,O Sometimes by Braxton Holmes, Funky Disco Midgets...
Try it out with this record in a subtle way,see what happens at the event or on your tape/cd...
proffit

proffit

July 30, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

These are one of the most darkest tracks ever put on vinyl. It's a journey into abyss of darkness of the human mind. One minute the vocals sound like whisper of temptation, then it breaks and sounds like a woman screaming her lungs out. Add the bleepy and freaky electronics and a deep bass kick, when player LOUD at a club, people will run of the floor in confusion or go totally insane! It's a record that once heard never forgotten.
I have so many good memories of this record when it was played constantly on the Ambient City radio station (of Sahko-boyz fame) in '94. This record and Basic Channel were pioneering the DEEP techno sound in the early 90s.
To my opinion one of the best Probes, maybe the best.