Dilemma (2) ‎– Erase Your Mind

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Mackenzie Records ‎– USA 3010
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Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM
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Tracklist

Upper Side
A Erase Your Mind 4:14
Lower Side
B1 Spaceparadox 4:03
B2 Hyperbolic 4:53

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Thanks to Studio CV.
Made Oostende

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  • Rights Society: SABAM

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Jarren

Jarren

March 28, 2017
edited 2 months ago

Let's be honest, what could you pick off the shelf in 1990 that sounded ANYTHING like Erase Your Mind ?

Welcome to the 90's. We hope you enjoy your stay...
Back2nite

Back2nite

November 3, 2013
Space Paradox......Carl Cox play listed Eclipse Coverntry nuff said as the man himself played it, love it !
moogacid

moogacid

June 12, 2013
edited over 4 years ago
'Space Paradox' is kind of a paradox...sounds are hard as fuck but with a dope funky, shuffly beat underneath
tecnos6

tecnos6

February 3, 2012
Just going through my collection and this pop'd up. Lol I remember at the time this was hard as f*ck, just gave it a spin and wow. I now remember it was one of a few tracks that I could mix with Mescalinum United's insane 'we have arrived' !

Great bit of early hard Euro/Techno to annoy the neighbours with, they don't make em like this anymore.
BRUCE1991

BRUCE1991

June 20, 2005
edited over 2 years ago

Erase your mind is a pretty hard record for 1990, a dark relentless machine.
This release sounds more like a 1992 hardcore-techno tune from Rotterdam.
This title contain the typical synth risse used in tracks like "The Pounder", "Who is Elvis" or "Technarchy" and the Kraftwerk's vocal sample "Yes…".
"Spaceparadox" use the main sound of Kraftwerk "The Robots". "Hyperbolic" use The Break Boys "My House Is Your House" choir stab, in a more effective way.
BELGIAN RULES!!