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    VariousThe Silicon Ghetto EP Vol. 2

    Label:Accelerate – ACC002
    Format:
    Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM
    Country:US
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Techno, Minimal, Acid

    Tracklist

    AKaos Theory (2)Cygnus
    Programmed By, Written-ByDJ Repete, Nico
    4:50
    B1DwarfPercussion Electrique
    Programmed By, Written-ByDwarf
    7:14
    B2Drum-Adi-XPhreak Trak #3
    Programmed By, Written-ByDaniel Bell
    3:58
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    Mastered at National Sound Corporation, Detroit.
    A: Written & programmed by Repete & Nico at "S.I.T.B." Studios NYC Published by Northcott.
    B2: Written & programmed by Daniel Bell at "The Fourth Floor" Detroit, published by Acclerated Music.

    Reviews

    Puzzle's avatar
    Puzzle
    The track by Dwarf, it’s not the same on the video below, the track on the video below it’s on mixmag Richie Hawtin listed like Dwarf...
    Now I’m wondering about the real name of the track, anyone can help me? Many thanks in advance.
    jonathan_armstrong's avatar
    Edited 16 years ago
    Like many techno fans, I went through a brief phase where I started reminiscing about my younger years in the underground party scene. For some reason, Daniel Bell's music always struck a nerve back then, and I thought I had to "collect 'em all".

    After paying about $20 for this, I realized I may have been mistaken. This record is OK, but there's absolutely nothing special about it. It really epitomizes the 'techno/trance' sound that was big in 1993. Worth picking up for a few bucks, I suppose, but not $20. Hindsight is not always 20/20.
    cthulhu303's avatar
    cthulhu303
    Edited 16 years ago
    Early minimalistic techno stuff on the B side, with "Percussion Electrique" being a sub-version of Plastikman's "Spaz" and "Phreak Trak #3", basically a happyish track made out of three sounds. Presumably fashionable out of hype and utterly forgettable.
    The bubbly Acidic "Cygnus" is really the only worthwhile contribution on this.