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Nick Anthony Simoncino*The Dream Of Amnesia

Label:Thug Records (3) – THU0007
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Album
Country:Australia
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Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Deep House

Tracklist

A1Amnesia4:50
A219885:00
A3I Feel The Rhythm6:40
B1Feel Me6:16
B2Red Zone5:45
B3Dark Night5:03
C1Right Area7:12
C2La Luna5:12
C3Distant Planet5:15
D1Distant Planet (Larry Heard Rmx)
Remix [Assisted By]Bernard Badie
Remix, Producer [Additional]Larry Heard
12:46
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This Album was written and produced entirely by Vescovo Simone in art Nick Anthony Simoncino for Thug Records.
Remix and additional production by Larry Heard for Larry Heard Sound Developments. Assisted by Bernand Badie (courtesy of DJB Productions) .
The Album was made with real synthesizers and recorded on an old cassette tape recorder.
Drum Machines: Casio RZ-1, Roland TR707, TR727, TR606, TR808
Synthesizers: Roland Juno 106, Juno 60, D-50, JX-8P, Korg DW-6000, Yamaha DX21, Ensoniq ESQ-1
Mixer: Proel M16
Tape Recorder: Fostex X-28-H

Inspired by Mr. Fingers' 1988 album Ammnesia.

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REENO's avatar
REENO
Edited 6 years ago
I like the music, but recording onto a cassette is something they did back in the day because cassette machines were all those producers could afford at the time. If Larry or Marshall had access to better equipment, they would have used it.
2trancentral's avatar
2trancentral
Old school house made in 2012 - nice and very refreshing, keep it up.
dima338's avatar
dima338
Wonderful album from start to finish, the Larry Heard Remix is a real highlight. Simoncino's output has been a definite highlight in the past year or so. Don't sleep on this!

The pressing is rather shabby though - I understand that it's got to do with analog 'sound' but some of his other releases on Echovolt or Skylax definitely sound better. Maybe that's just me though.