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Smith N HackTribute

Label:Smith N Hack – TRIBUTE
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP
Country:Germany
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Abstract, Disco, House, Techno, Electro, Experimental

Tracklist

A1No Gimmicks, No Flash
A2Soul Food (Interlude)
A3Footstomping Smoker
B1To Our Disco Friends
B2Groove The Young, Rock The Old (Interlude)
B3Scratch Your Ass Off (Original & Version)
C1Ultra-Range (Interlude)
C2For Disco Play Only
C3Ultra-Range Sound Process
D1Strength & Inspiration
D2Waving Goodbye (Interlude)
D3Frederick
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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): TRIBUTE A (r in a circle) at D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): TRIBUTE B (r in a circle) at D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C): TRIBUTE C PINGEL VERSION (r in a circle) at D&M
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D): TRIBUTE D (r in a circle) at D&M

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  • ponkotz's avatar
    ponkotz
    My copy has hiss noises annoying on B1 "To Our Disco Friends". It sounds as if it came from the sampling itself. Does everyone have the same problem?
    • dylaf's avatar
      dylaf
      Edited 2 years ago
      Obviously having the title 'tribute' and a cover shot of Hamilton Bohannon, this is, erm, a tribute to Hamilton Bohannon!

      Aside from 'To Our Disco Friends', the most accessible track on here, this is top calibre, abstract boo-f**ery of the highest order. One for the heads, & you can forget 'Disco Stomp', this is off the chain. 'Ultra-Range Sound Process' cracks me up, its so stupid. 'Me & The Gang' features as the source for the last track, only to end abruptly just as 'that' sample used by Paul Johnson is finally about to kick in! I think our Disco friends were in a slightly jovial mood when they approached this project... And it's refreshing.
      • dmp's avatar
        dmp
        "To Our Disco Friends" contains samples of "Bohannon Disco Symphony" (1977).
        • Mr.Fonk's avatar
          Mr.Fonk
          The cover shows <b>Bohannon</b>, a disco/funk artist from the mid 70's. Presumably the tracks contain lots of samples from his old tracks, like "Bohannon's Beat", "Disco Stomp" and so on...

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