Woody McBride ‎– Amplification 94

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Drop Bass Network ‎– DBN002
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress
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Tracklist

A1 Good Morning 5:23
A2 DBN Station I.D. 0:37
A3 Panicy 6:17
A4 Interlude One: Dishes 1:16
B1 Blackout 6:42
B2 Interlude Two: Friends 0:55
B3 Hellion 4:36
B4 Outro: Fucking Cops 1:26

Notes

Issued in a white generic sleeve. Repressed in 2002 and again in 2005 with original label art and run-out grooves.

Run-out:
Side B - ... BRACE YOURSELF, THERE'LL BE MORE!

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dreamedm

dreamedm

July 18, 2005
edited over 11 years ago

"Black Out" is my favourite here, no doubt. An almost ineffable production. Is it hard acid trance? Is it acidcore? Is it hardcore acid? Is it just plain old acid? I have no idea, but the constant undulation of drums, pungent acid lines, and an altogether unabated nature of the track make it an unforgettable journey into the sound of machines. Brilliant!
jazzliscious

jazzliscious

May 2, 2004
Look closer in the "dead wax" zone and you'll see the proper title for this is Amplifuckation '94. Why they didn't print that on the labels will always be beyond me. Maybe Kurt was thinking about his future as a good Daddy or something. Maybe that was just the white-label releases. I don't know! Not a bad release, the killer cut on this record is clearly "Fucking Cops". But it's not really a "track", it's like a two-minute "filler" in keeping with the continuity of this release. But I'd buy it just for that. Check it out.
dropcircle

dropcircle

August 21, 2003
the amazing use of low tech reverb, sound check quality (for better or worse upon your preference}, and bravado make this a phenomenal starter for the drop bass catalog. oh yea, clear red vinyl ! when my parties get busted and on comes _cops : the kids love it, so do i.