Various ‎– Techno-1

KMS ‎– KMS - 018, KMS ‎– KMS-018
Vinyl, LP, Compilation

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A1 Kos (Chaos)* Definition Of Love
Co-producer – Jolyon SkinnerProducer [Added Production], Mixed By – Magic Juan*Producer, Mixed By – Kevin SaundersonVocals – Ann*, Judy*Written-By – A. Nanton*, J. Nanton*, K. Saunderson*, R. Holman*
A2 Magic Juan* Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
Producer, Mixed By – Magic Juan*Rap – NormskiWritten-By – Juan Atkins
A3 Separate Minds First Bass (Remix)
Edited By [Edits] – K. Saunderson*Producer – Separate MindsWritten-By – Mark Kinchin*
A4 Tranzistor The Force
Co-producer, Mixed By, Written-By – K. Saunderson*Producer – Arthur ForestWritten-By – A. Forest*
B1 Damier* Just A Matter Of Time
Mixed By – Magic Juan*Producer, Written-By – Al MaalikWritten-By – Chez Damier
B2 R. Tyme* Illusion
Mixed By – Magic Juan*Producer, Written-By – MaydayWritten-By – D. Wynn*, K. Saunderson*
B3 24-7-365 The Love You Saved
Mixed By – Derrick "The Maestro" Carter*, Georgie "Mixin" Porgie*Producer, Written-By – Derrick Carter, G. Andros*
B4 Rhythim Is Rhythim Beyond The Dance
Producer, Mixed By, Written-By – Mayday



Catalog number is the same as this release.
Sleeve spine: KMS-018
Centre labels: KMS - 018

Extra artist credits named on centre labels.
A1: Main artist listed as "K-os (Chaos)" on centre label.
B1: Produced for Noyze Production Inc.

Produced by KMS Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): KMS-018A-RE1 FUTURE DISC
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): KMS-018B-RE1


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March 18, 2004

Boy I don't know, like most '80s hit's there's great deals of debate as to whether these tracks are "masterpieces" or "complete shit". Being a seer of innovation and skillful songwriting, I bend to the side of "masterpieces". Why in fact, Magic Juan's "Yeah Yeah Yeah" really gets me going every time I hear it. It's just so full of energy and an uplifting song! COOL synth lines in it, too. And the other tracks are all very unique and meritorious in their own ways. Each one rates well above average. Innovative synth work and some basslines that rank alongside some truly virtuoso stylings and excellent vocals throughout, this is a top-notch album of great early house techno. If you're one of those who just hates early house because it's not cool enough or too pussy for your tough-guy flair, well, I'm sorry you're so misguided in life. OK, just kidding. We all like what we like. But this album deserves to be heard - it's tens all the way, baby. EXCELLENT!


December 13, 2003
Besides the copy with the cover which you can see, I have also a pressing without cover but a totally different label design. As it claims "Distributed by Music Master" and has the earlier KMS adress I presume it's the first pressing. However, the tracks are identical.