LizardTree

Out Of Order (2) - The Dark Sheep LizardTree

March 7, 2019
repress incoming, don't feed the sharks. Woot woot woot woot
seanytho

Out Of Order (2) - The Dark Sheep seanytho

May 11, 2019
on which label? bla bla bla more words han han
foogoo

Out Of Order (2) - The Dark Sheep foogoo

August 15, 2018
edited 9 months ago
Dark Sheep is the winner here for me, just a shame they stuck that naff silence of the lambs clip on there, would have been better to have someone like Jack Hargreaves talking about sheep farming... still a majestic tune tho.
krspursuit

Out Of Order (2) - The Dark Sheep krspursuit

April 21, 2018

Tears / samples the intro strings from

prefab sprout - if you don’t love me
djrobovw1

Out Of Order (2) - The Dark Sheep as reviewed by djrobovw1

May 6, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
Tears has to be one of the best stompin winding up techno tunes around, when I purchased mine back in 93, I actually thought the tune was well ahead of its time, there wasn't much about that could be mixed with it, or as good as it... big favourate ever since, all hardcore heads should own it.. big respect to who made it...
st5188

Out Of Order (2) - The Dark Sheep st5188

August 17, 2015
1992? This is a 1993 track.
lsdmaded

Out Of Order (2) - The Dark Sheep lsdmaded

November 21, 2011
Probably one of the greatest Techno tracks ever made !
Yeti_Newcastle

Out Of Order (2) - The Dark Sheep as reviewed by Yeti_Newcastle

May 26, 2008
This has to be one of my all time favourite records and all 3 tracks are sublime, 2 of them very well known and caned by DJs in the breakbeat and techno genres. The first of the well known tracks is a breakbeat tune that samples, "I will always love you" (the Whitney Houston version) and was caned by the likes of DJ SS in the early 90s.

On the other side there is a trance techno monster that starts with some very dark and moody strings from a "Simple Minds" track. These strings give way to a thundering bassline that then builds and develops into some of the most uplifting trance I have ever heard (without being cheesy) and then delivers one of the best hoovers ever to grace a techno record. This tune was played by the likes of Bass Generator and DJ Producer and delighted everyone that heard it.

Finally, there is another very good and moody breakbeat tune that has moving orchestral strings and samples, "The Silence of the Lambs" movie, in particular, Hannibal Lecter enquiring, "What happened to your lamb Clarisse".

There is another more DJ friendly version of this record but it is only more DJ friendly because it does not feature the last track discussed above. Therefore, I suppose its a case of you pays your money and takes your choice.

I am eternally grateful to Guy for getting me this record :-)