|A||Phylyps Trak II/I||12:12|
|B||Phylyps Trak II/II||13:04|
- Mastered At – National Sound Corporation
NSC in runouts is circled.
- Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A): BC 09 NSC
- Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B): BC 0̷9 NSC
|Phylyps Trak II (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Repress, Clear Marbled)||Basic Channel||BC 09||Germany||2003|
|Phylyps Trak II (2×File, MP3, 320 kbps)||Basic Channel||BC-09||Germany||2008|
|Phylyps Trak II (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Remastered)||Basic Channel||BC-09||Germany||2008|
|Phylyps Trak II (2×File, FLAC)||Basic Channel||BC-09||Germany||2008|
|Phylyps Trak II (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress)||Basic Channel||BC 09||Germany||Unknown|
- Edited 2 years agoTrack I is a typical Basic Channel track with its fast and dirty wobbeling drumloop and that ever changing string theme. The real classic is Track II. You can't explain the style, it's a class of its own. It's a pure stripped down to the bone DubTech tool, masterclass.
- I really like the B side a lot. It's just great.
- Trak II. It just takes you and does with you whatever it wants.
- Check this out the https://www.discogs.com/The-Lil-DJ-Anthony-Acid-Rock-And-Boogie-Down/release/60737
Rock And Boogie Down (Lenny Does London Mix). For a bit of reggae fusion and early techno beats
- One of the records that defines Basic Channel and techno in general , Phylyps Trak II/II is a brilliant track , this track made me search for even more records by them , legends. Timeless track , time can't touch it.
- Just so simply addictive and hypnotising. In a sea of monotonous, boring, minimal dub techno/house records this one still stands head and shoulders above the rest. At the right moment in a set when a DJ has the crowd on his side, this sounds so powerful.
- Edited 4 years agofirst heard this on a mixtape by simon dk - https://www.discogs.com/group/thread/700251 - life changing. i got the mixtape in the mail one morning in early 1995; had just cleaned my room; put the tape on; smoked 1; felt like i was floating off the couch; and here i am 24 years later remembering it
- There were strings of reissues flooding shops through the 2000's; You can tell the difference: The original version has a wide, deep press mount circle within the label, the re-issues do not.
- It's all true. My favorite dub techno record ever. As good as it gets.
- Massive despite being oh-so-minimal. Sounded best that I've personally at NYC (analog sound) House Music Institution The Sound Factory (DJ Junior Vasquez' heyday). He played 2 copies of it (worked it for up to 45 minutes) for months before the vinyl was in stores. Someone offered me 200euros for one of my copies. Never ever ever. www.facebook.com/soundfactoryny
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