Woody McBride ‎– Bad Acid No Such Thing

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Drop Bass Network ‎– DBN003
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2 × Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Repress
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Tracklist

A1 Cabbage 5:56
A2 When Good Times Turn Sour 6:23
B1 Health Kick 7:12
B2 Beautiful 5:38
C1 TPR (Techno Pagen Ritual) 5:54
C2 Ace Frehley 5:35
D1 The Waves 6:58
D2 Love Comes In Small Doses Sometimes 14:10

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Issued in plain die-cut generic sleeves. Repressed again in 2002 and again in 2005 on black vinyl with identical labels and run-out grooves as the 1994 black pressing.

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  • Matrix / Runout: Side B - DROP BASS IN DA HOUSE

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OCCIDENTAL

OCCIDENTAL

February 28, 2015
edited 5 months ago

Does anyone else have a lot of vinyl noise on Side A?
I'm wondering if there was poor plating with this release...
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Also really interesting how favorite tracks are so mixed. TPR is one of the standouts for me.
m3nn0

m3nn0

October 22, 2012
First tracks on side A and D are strong. Side B and C are absolute fillers.
STORMkid

STORMkid

November 6, 2009
edited over 6 years ago

A2 and C2 are my favorite tracks on this release, it's that kind of Woody's Speedcore/hardcore/acid hardcore sound. I do appreciate the other tracks also, like the slower acid tracks. The first and last 1/3 sections of D2. Those sounds of The Warriors movie come into my mind, also Deader Than Esra and King Dead Acid from IFS 3, all of the tracks mentioned in this review of mine all make sense to me and sort of revolve around each other, i think, you can probably blend them all into a nice little set :) well BAD ACID NO SUCH THING is one of the best DBN releases that i've ever heard.
tekkno-guy

tekkno-guy

May 26, 2007
edited over 9 years ago

Man what a release. Woody McBride really opens up and dumps out all the tools out of his Acid bag of tricks on this one. The "Love Comes In Small Doses" track is really more than just a track though, because it is a 3 in 1. It starts off in an ambient style and becomes a completely seperate Acid Techno and Acid House track. With each ones average time being just over 5 minutes, these tracks are no "small doses". These tracks could feasibly be thrown on to a single release and stand on their own with out any of the other tracks from this double pack. But then again, that would take a lot of the fun out of this release.

All in all, this is probably DBN's most versatile, most famous, and best selling release.

Oh, and by the way this record has had a couple of black vinyl pressings, not just the one in 2005. It shouldn't be that hard to find, so go out and pick one up!
ceedub

ceedub

February 7, 2007
edited over 9 years ago
There is a short acid rif (on the order of only 8 16th note steps) in AFX's "Boxing Day" on Analord 3 that is similar to that in "Health Kick". As I was listening through DBN003 it bugged me to know where I'd heard it before.
Rike

Rike

May 5, 2004

This double 12" represents almost every possible style of acid.There's an ambient tunes,trancey ones and some
mindblowing acid-hardcore (Especially track "Ace Frehley",my all-time favorite!)
Even fans of '88 acidhouse can find something special here.. One of the best double 12" I've ever seen!