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SMDSMD 1-5+

Label:Dimension 3 – D3-SMD006CD
Format:
CD, Compilation
Country:Australia
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Happy Hardcore

Tracklist

1SMDSMD#1A (Slipmatt's Exclusive Album Mix)5:09
2SMDSMD#1AA5:25
3SMDSMD#2A5:44
4SMDSMD#2AA5:15
5SMDSMD#3A5:08
6SMDSMD#3AA5:55
7SMDSMD#4A4:57
8SMDSMD#4AA5:16
9SMDSMD#5A (1A Remix)4:39
10SMDSMD#5AA1 (2AA Remix)5:04
11SMDSMD#5AA2 (3A Remix)5:26
12Slipmatt Vs 3D*A Pure Release (Original Mix)7:08
13Slipmatt Vs 3D*A Pure Release (Techno Mix)
RemixEldon Tyrell
8:09
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Notes

Tracklist is misnumbered 1, 2, 3, 2, 4, 5 ,6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 on inlay.
Tracks 1 & 9 rip Congress 40 Miles.
Track 2 rips Terrorize It's Just A Feeling.
Track 3 rips Alex Lee Take It!.
Track 7 rips Elevation Can You Feel It.
Track 8 rips Psychotropic Hypnosis.
Track 12 & 13 rip Sunscreem Pressure.

Main artist name is given as Slipmatt rather than SMD.
Tracks are listed as SMD 1a & SMD 1b and so on, but are actually known as SMD#1A & SMD#1AA
Track 1 is Slipmatt's Exclusive Album Mix which has a slightly different intro to the vinyl version of SMD#1.
Track 10 is listed as a remix of SMD#2A but is actually a remix of SMD#2AA.
Track 11 is known as Slipmatt's '97 Remix on Universal Records UNI 017.
Track 13 remixed by Eldon Tyrell courtesy of Fusion Records, UK.

Track 1-10 written and produced for SMD Productions.
Track 11 & 12 Recorded and Mastered at Dimension 3 Studios, Perth Western Australia.
Track 12 courtesy of Fusion Records U.K.

℗ + © 1996 Dimension 3 Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 9 321790 000034
  • Barcode (String): 9321790000034

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  • Bomb_Records's avatar
    Bomb_Records
    Edited 4 years ago
    For anyone contemplating buying this CD at such retarded Prices: you can buy SMD 1-5 on vinyl @ VG+ and above, a record deck that converts vinyl to MP3 format; or higher! For less than £100.
    • lawcamtonmoozik's avatar
      I have SMD 1,2,3 and 4 available now(original press) on vinyl.
      • olliekov's avatar
        olliekov
        I picked up a copy today at a great price I love it very happy with it
        • Casketkrusher's avatar
          Someone sell me this...
          • j0ker's avatar
            j0ker
            Why oh why was this released in oz?
            • eevilee's avatar
              eevilee
              Edited 13 years ago
              Simply a collection of the some of the greatest dance tunes ever. Released between 1993 and 1996, anyone attending illegal parties or commercial raves between those years will be more than familar with these tracks.
              This is stomping, uplifting hardcore techno at it's peak. Slipmatt led the field with this stuff, pioneering the crossover from old skool and hardcore techno to happy hardcore.
              While being very generic, a satisfying trait in any case, each cut does have its own idiosyncrasies, providing a fantastic array of piano riffs, synth stabs and occasional vocals, all over pumping techno breakbeats.
              Slipmatt named this project SlipMattDubs, and dubs they are. The sound is a consistent vibe, the tunes are interchangeable and are guaranteed to lift any DJ set - a very handy tool for those into hardcore.
              10/10 stars, happy raving!

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