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Beltram*Energy Flash

Label:Transmat – MS-16
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno

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AEnergy Flash
Programmed By, EngineerPer M. (The Alien)*
5:48
BPsycho Bass5:00
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Taken from the EP. Beltram Vol. 1

Written, produced & mixed by Joey Beltram at On-One Studios New York, NY

Ⓟ&© 1990 Transmat/Zomba Music
Licensed from R & S Records
Made in Ghent, Belgium

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  • Matrix / Runout (Etched in runout, side A): MS-16-A NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched in runout, side B): MS-16-B NSC

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Energy Flash (12", 45 RPM, White Label)TransmatMS-16US1990
Energy Flash (12", 45 RPM, Reissue)TransmatMS 16US1992
Energy Flash (12", 45 RPM, Reissue)TransmatMS-16US1998
Energy Flash (Graffiti On Mars Remixes) (12", Unofficial Release, Promo, 33 ⅓ RPM)Not On Label (Joey Beltram)GRAFFITIUK1999
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Energy Flash (Graffiti On Mars Remix) (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, Promo, Unofficial Release)Not On Label (Joey Beltram)GRAFFITIUK1999
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Dextronix
Went across to Eastern Bloc from Sheffield at the time for this. Played a rave, another DJ nicked it out my bag I later found out. Still don't have it on 12"
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jondavey
OK, so there is the nagging question of, where did Joey Beltram get his sound for 'Energy Flash'....the Bob bob b b bob sound. Well I have the answer, from here ; https://youtu.be/QrnIkjkooBM
..just slowed down a bit. No ? Oh well I gave it a go, you try to do better !
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wotax
So this guy was 19 when he made this... wow
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intxausti13
How seriously awesome did this sound in 1990? Really cool one of the first imports I brought.
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jwhelan315
707????
Sounds exactly like a 909 to me.
Where did you get 707 from?
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meansofbeams
Edited 6 years ago
Greatest Techno track ever!
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Box_Elder
I have been told that the Casio FZ-1 was used on this track. I was told it is what he warped the bassline with. I could be wrong though because info is mostly fallible.
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nicktem
To Joey Beltram he was creating a darker, edgier form of House when he crafted Energy Flash, which ultimately split the electronic community's idea of House, creating a new musical discourse that paved a path all the way to the shores of Europe, pioneering a new movement in "Techno." Fantastic track and a must for any collector.
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jiggawhat
Edited 9 years ago
Even non-electronic listeners can appreciate a track like this.
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GeorgeDzod
Scott_Forbes this track used the TR-707, not the 909.
Anyway, was wondering if anyone out there knows what synths he used for this track. Particularly the deep bass synth droning low in the mix and the main lead synth. The strings sound is very Juno and I'm sure there is a Korg Choir in there too. Any idea where the ecstacy sample came from ? and the decending string sample? you know the same sample from Orbitals Chime.