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Claude Young / ShakeBegin EP

Label:Frictional Recordings – FRCT 001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", EP, 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, House

Tracklist

A1ShakeMarch Into Darkness
A2ShakeHappy To Be Here
AA1Claude YoungChanging Factors
AA2Claude YoungSecond Experience
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Credits

Notes

A side: Thanx to THD, Sherrod Ingram, Claude Young, Mike Huckaby, MK, DBX, Basic Channel, Rob Hood, Mainstreet, Carl Craig, Brian Bonds, Kech, Kenny Dixon and you.
Dedicated to the memory of Eric Simms

AA side: Dedicated to the memory of Willie Lang
Blaxsploit!

Lacquer cut at National Sound Corporation, Detroit (US).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): FRCT OOI-A NSC[logo]
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side AA): FRCT 001-AA NSC[logo]
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Begin EP (12", White Label, Promo)Frictional RecordingsFRCT 001US1995
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Begin EP (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Misprint)Frictional RecordingsFRCT 001US1995

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  • jazzisdead's avatar
    jazzisdead
    Second Experience is a supreme piece of art, such an innovation back in the day. Peace.
    • antjai61's avatar
      antjai61
      Rest o the release is great, but I never sleep on Shakes Happy To Be Here, a slice of detroit-electronic-funk at it's finest. Subtle, powerful and a real groover.
      • UrbanBreath's avatar
        UrbanBreath
        Edited 3 years ago
        A Mint copy at 400$, are you fuc... kidding us ^^
        • franco334578's avatar
          franco334578
          As well as a killer riff, Changing Factors has pretty much the best 909 programming you’re ever going to hear
          • vlad_constu's avatar
            vlad_constu
            changing factors still remains the real killer on the loose
            • amosf's avatar
              amosf
              Difficult to overstate how massive "CHANGING FACTORS" is. I remember Colin Dale playing this as his first tune on Abstrakt Dance every week for about 3 months. Fast forward about 10yrs and I remember it getting a double rewind at a club in the East end of London. For me - if you asked me to define Detroit techno in one record, this is it. Peace to all involved.
              • acid_dreams's avatar
                acid_dreams
                My record has inverted labels, am I the only one with a copy like that?
                • brelson's avatar
                  brelson
                  In my opinion Claude Young outdoes Anthony Shakir with his contributions to this release. In fact I think this is Claude Young's best work, going for the dancefloor with "Changing Factors" and for the heartstrings with "Second Experience". Shake takes us into his world of sparkling off-centre techno in "March Into Darkness" and then gets all jazzy in "Happy To Be Here".

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