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Servo UniqueServo Unique

Label:Luxury Records – LX-110
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Tribal, Techno

Tracklist

ABa' Dum Bah Da4:47
BLet's Swing It5:00
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  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side A): LX110-A NSC "For The Finer Things In Life"
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Etching Side B): LX110-B NSC

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Servo Unique (12", Test Pressing)Luxury RecordsLX110US1993

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  • cda3001
    The drums are interesting at times with complex layering and some swing, but the music is just too damn ironic resulting in a couple of corny, sneering house tracks without saying anything. The swing it mix gets c+ with its great sonic texturing but the other mixes belong in a high street nightclub. I get the irony but the limited press is justified.
    • adeginger's avatar
      adeginger
      Bugged Out 'standard' @ Sankeys Soap '94 - '98 ... every week! :)
      • perroviej0's avatar
        perroviej0
        The hype of this record is that was produced by mr. Mills. I can't see any interest in those two tracks; a very standard old shcool tech house... just OK, but definetly not a 100$+ record!
        • functional's avatar
          functional
          Edited 11 years ago
          10/10, 5/5, 100%, Ultimate... These are just a few of the words that describe this now 20 year old disc. Easily one of my all-time top-rated records. All things considered, this "one-off" house disc from Techno-Master Jeff Mills is right up there with Chez Damier's "Can You Feel It". It's really a sad statement that this disc is so rare because the rarity (in this case) only adds to the frustration of not being able to own a kickin' Detroit House track. This is one great TR-909 House track with some legendary synth stabs.
          • clkmsc's avatar
            clkmsc
            You have to wonder if the labels are on the wrong sides here. The A-side seems to be the more "swinging" track while the B-side clearly has a very "ba' dum bah da" rhythm. Either way, both sides are fantastic upbeat and banging house tracks from the master himself. This really shows how versatile a producer he can be. I can't get enough of Jeff, but I REALLY can't get enough of this disc.
            • The_Watcher's avatar
              The_Watcher
              extremly rare Jeff Mills release from 1993.
              2 kickin techhouse tracks with male vocals and 909 & 727 percussions. This EP open your soul and move your ass!!!
              10 Points!!

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