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Metro AreaMetro Area 5

Label:Environ – ENV 019
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
Country:US
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House, Disco

Tracklist

ANerves6:26
BProton Candy7:43
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  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): Clones Step Off - MA 2004
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): Dedicated To Tonezy Lil' Dookie

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  • davezam's avatar
    davezam
    I immediate fall in love whenever I hear Proton Candy. Timeless and unique. A masterpiece!
    • dmp's avatar
      dmp
      "Proton Candy" probably is my favorite track of the Metro Area series. Love the way how it's deep, teasing, pleasing and funny all at the same time. It has just so much magic in it. A truly unique and timeless tune.
      • bruto's avatar
        bruto
        A1 has a sample/extrapolation from McFadden & Whitehead - Ain't No Stopping Us Now
        • arkanalove
          my absolutely favourite metro area release. it has kling...and disco...and klang...and quirk...and perfect production...proton candy is a glimmering gem. \essential.
          • d_former's avatar
            d_former
            The Metro Area releases are timeless! This EP is a must have, both tracks are excellent, especially "Proton Candy" on the B side.Try to put it even with Deep-House, Electro or with solid Italo Disco releases, the result is still the same...Pitched up or pitched down, you'll imediately call it Masterpiece! Essential tunes, not to be missed.
            • the_dude's avatar
              the_dude
              Edited 19 years ago
              With Metro Area's releases prior to this one getting better and better, expectaions for MA5 were high. Unfortunately, this release (for me) failed to live up to them. Typical clean, percussive Metro Area production including many of their trade mark sounds was not enough to compensate for the fact that these tunes (both of them) do not really hold any meaning - they fail to move emotionally. This has been the case with some tunes on their previous releases, but there has always been one tune that redeemed their releases before. A bit disappointing, but hopes run high for MA6.

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