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Instant Insanity (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, White Label) album cover

Theo ParrishInstant Insanity

Label:Sound Signature – SS-014
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Single Sided, White Label
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House

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AMajor Moments Of Instant Insanity12:07
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  • Mastered ByMJR*

Notes

Released after September 11 attacks, containing samples of people talking about the attacks on the WTC and Pentagon. Also samples Marvin Gaye's "Inner City Blues".

Track duration and BPM do not appear on the record.

BPM:
A: 99

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pizza.15's profile picture
pizza.15
still blows my mind to this day that this isn't considered up with his best. There should be crazy hype over this record
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Delectronica
Still stirs emotions even today all these years on. Not a good idea to play just before you go out
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rossa
Limited Edition Sound Signature release. This is a really deep and serious track. The aftermath of the September 11th attacks. This is a musical landscape - a journey into panic and fear. Sampled voices show the varied reactions of people - in so many of the voices we hear fear , anger and ignorance : President Bush "The US will hunt down and punish those responsible" - is this the kind leader we want influencing the world? By contrast Theo includes a sampled voice of a man saying that none of the major world religions would call for an act of retaliation , that we are one in seeking peace and love. A major Theo moment for me but one that will sadly be heard by few. Marvin Gaye beautifully sampled "Panic is spreading" , "God knows where we're heading" . Just as then we ask "What's going on".
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dexterfeng
You'd have to be brave to play this one, very brave. It's just that slow. It's content based around the ushering in of that new era deal we got shortshifted on last year with the world trade centers going boom.
intense to say the least, with the changing chants. chants that sound like, famous letdowns, god knows where we live, memories, so fast, etc. along with the fire engine sirens, the random bits from the news and from the guy down the street from you, it's conscious & it'll hit you someplace, maybe even in the ass. you'll probably even get some tingles up the neck and a wispy eye as the record plays.
one of the better sound signature releases intended for the private stash of set phasers to kill records.