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Beastmachines / DJ Promo*Whiplash / Phreak Ya Speaka

Label:The Third Movement – T3RDM-00003
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:Netherlands
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Hardcore, Gabber

Tracklist

ABeastmachinesWhiplash3:21
BDJ Promo*Phreak Ya Speaka
Producer, Written-BySebastian Hoff
4:46
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Notes

"Phreak Ya Speaka" samples the voice of Flavor Flav.

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  • Rights Society: BUMA/STEMRA

Other Versions (2)

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Whiplash / Phreak Ya Speaka (12", 45 RPM, White Label)The Third MovementT3RDM-00003Netherlands2000
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Phreak Ya Speaka (2×File, MP3, 320 kbps)The Third MovementT3RDM 0003NetherlandsUnknown

Reviews

  • Wizhard's avatar
    Wizhard
    Edited 2 years ago
    Taking you back to the next millenium, you know what I'm sayin' ?
    Promo was maybe one of the only (sole?) artist(s) that kept Hardcore dignified through the early 2000's, and this is classic material.
    • 2Styliztik's avatar
      2Styliztik
      I'm surprised nobody has talked about this record. In 2001, Hardcore was getting back on its feet, mainly due to the tracks having massive Trance lead melodies, however Phreak Ya Speaka takes a different approach. DJ Promo was really on top of his game at the time, combining excellent synth melodies and his trademark Promo File style. Phreak Ya Speaka has influences of the File style and Industrial Hardcore but is produced in such a way that everyone can really enjoy it. The synth work presented here is at times catchy and other times its short and sharp, either way the production and engineering is first class. About three quarters into the song, it slows down, the kickdrum is nicely distorted and builds up to a satisfying conclusion. There's a few kicks used and they all sound powerful. The main vocal sample is taken from one of Public Enemy's lesser known songs, Hard Rhymin'. Pheak Ya Speaka is a Hardcore classic, a title that is well deserved.

      Beastmachines' Whiplash is a bleepy Hard Techno number, if you like that style, you may like it. The Producers Beastly Machinery Retrofit is an interesting take on the track if you like Producers style. I wonder if Whiplash had anything to do with Promo setting up Men In Motion, a record label that caters for Hard Techno.

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