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Psychick Warriors Ov GaiaPsychick Rhythms Vol. 1

Label:KK Records – KK103
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Belgium
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Minimal

Tracklist

APull
B1Psoudoun
B2Break / Shifted
CEnsnared
D1Push
D2Break
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Notes

On rear of sleeve:

"Warning! This object has nothing to do with art or artificial intelligence. This double package (12" version) was designed for mixing, for breaks, for possession, for collectors."

Dedicated to the patient and possessed
© 1993

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 28182 11033 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etchings runout area side A): KK 103-A-
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etchings runout area side B): KK 103-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etchings runout area side C): KK 103-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etchings runout area side D): KK 103-D

Other Versions (2)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Psychick Rhythms Vol. 1 (CD, )KK RecordsKK103CDSBelgium1993
Psychick Rhythms Vol. 1 (CD, )Restless Records, KK Records7 72810-2US1994

Reviews

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paulmaryhill
I have a promo version of this on cassette which doesn't seem to be listed on here.
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JSTAR
Totally loved playing this and attempting to sync a 303 over the top at house parties in the mid 90's
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GENRE
just playing this for the 1st time and hooked already; locking into some seriously funky grooves. this would easily slot into some mid 120 house, techno sets and could easily add some needed colour to something more minimal (is that still trendy btw?)
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cthulhu303

This double package (12" version) was designed for mixing, for breaks, for possesion, for collectors.

Absolutely right. Most would pass on this one upon first listen: minimal, percussion-driven music that does not seem to go anywhere, with each track sounding like the other. Listeners in search of the depth of Obsidian or Maenad would be disappointed.
It seems as though this was destined to be blind-bought by PWOG fans.
In hindsight, those who did buy it might have grown an appreciation for it over the years, though. Tribal feel? Check. Hypnotic rhythms? Check. All tracks are quite intricate and work in a mix. The patterns are often three bars and sometimes shift to boot. Proper mindfuck for those willing to go beyond the first impression.