Basic ChannelPhylyps Trak II

Label:Basic Channel – BC 09
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Style:Dub Techno, Minimal Techno, Techno


APhylyps Trak II/I12:12
BPhylyps Trak II/II13:04

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NSC in runouts is circled.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A): BC 09 NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B): BC 0̷9 NSC

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Phylyps Trak II (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Repress, Clear Marbled)Basic ChannelBC 09Germany2003
Phylyps Trak II (2×File, MP3, 320 kbps)Basic ChannelBC-09Germany2008
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Phylyps Trak II (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Remastered)Basic ChannelBC-09Germany2008
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Phylyps Trak II (2×File, FLAC)Basic ChannelBC-09Germany2008
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Phylyps Trak II (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress)Basic ChannelBC 09GermanyUnknown



  • antec's avatar
    Edited 2 years ago
    Track 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.
    • Phylyps_Trak_II's avatar
      I really like the B side a lot. It's just great.
      • reshapingchannel's avatar
        Trak II. It just takes you and does with you whatever it wants.
        • meltdog's avatar
          Check this out the
          Rock And Boogie Down (Lenny Does London Mix). For a bit of reggae fusion and early techno beats
          • xza23's avatar
            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.
            • dj_norf_yurksha's avatar
              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.
              • chrisnova777's avatar
                Edited 4 years ago
                first heard this on a mixtape by simon dk - - 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
                • dylaf's avatar
                  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.
                  • headphone_easyrider's avatar
                    It's all true. My favorite dub techno record ever. As good as it gets.
                    • jeromefarley's avatar
                      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.



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