Adam Beyer ‎– Protechtion

Drumcode ‎– DCLP01
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album


A1 Analyser
A2 7 C's
B1 Le Destin
B2 Protechtion
B3 7th West
C1 Collision
C2 The Conclusion
D1 Discipline
D2 Forthcoming


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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
DCCD01 Adam Beyer Protechtion(CD, Album) Drumcode DCCD01 Sweden 1999 Sell This Version
DCLP01 Adam Beyer Protechtion(2xLP, Album, W/Lbl, Promo) Drumcode DCLP01 Sweden 1999 Sell This Version

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April 3, 2008
All about 'The Conclusion' - Mr Beyer combining his enviable dark deep and heavy drum skills with a depth that will always keep me coming back to this and staved the scorn of my IDM mates when I said the European Techno scene had a lot more than gurning fools on its register. While Detroit got antsy about the new kids the Swedes were releasing way too many records but produced pieces like these that made you forgive every last splash on a double that lets face it you bought for one track of this quality. Stunning piece.


July 20, 2002

Protechion is in my opion one of the best pieces of vinyl around. All the tracks on it are fantastic covering a fair amount of territory on the techno front. 7 C's provides a lovely track with a touch of funk comapred to 7th West with it's much nastier and sharper feeling. Discipline is wonderfully hard, feeling lovely and clanking.

Collision and Protechion provide a break from the 4/4 so prevailent in the other tracks both feeling fairly menacing and deep.

Many DJ's seem to criticise this album based around the fact it's full of tracks which have been designed to be played in clubs and as such should have been released as a double pack on Drumcode rather than as an album. No matter what you call it it doesn't hide the fact that this is a nice release full of good solid tracks.