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The True Underground Sound Of Rome Featuring Stefano Di CarloSecret Doctrine

Label:UMM – UMM 010
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM
Country:Italy
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno, Deep House

Tracklist

This Side
A1Secret Doctrine6:03
A2Experience4:37
That Side
B1Goa-Goa7:07
B2Gladiators5:23
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Notes

Etchings between tracks on side A:
"A Side . Spartacus goes insane Ciao Frederica"

Etchings between tracks on side B:
"Special ciao to: Brothers Brigade, Matthew B & Plus 8 ! We are the tecnocrats

Etchings on beginning Side B:
"DJ's Leo Young and Mauro Tannino make you so mental - fax us for info on: 0103963611751"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): ML 001 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): ML 001 B1 SPECIAL THANKS TO "REMIX" SHOP IN ROMA

Other Versions (2)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Secret Doctrine (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Promo)Male ProductionsML 001Italy1991
Recently Edited
Untitled (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Test Pressing, White Label)Male Productions, Male RecordsML 001Italy1991

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Reviews

  • marleymarl123's avatar
    marleymarl123
    The reissue includes 2 extra tracks, which are both excellent...absolutely awful cover though! Looks like a Death metal album...which couldn't be further from the truth.
    Having the extra tracks means the quality of the pressing is probably not as good as the original - it is a quiet pressing, only just about acceptable to DJ with, as long as the gain is good on your mixer
    • Dextronix's avatar
      Dextronix
      This was a big tune for me in my early DJ career. Experience was a perfect warehouse tune that never failed to kick off. Listening now though I can't believe how great Secret Doctrine is. I kinda remember the track but for me then it was all about the big club tunes. Great ep to come back to
      • sagramolamassimo5's avatar
        Ambient undergound
        MALE Roma
        first raves in Italy by Chicco Furlotti
        Love it
        • DD_vinyl4sale's avatar
          DD_vinyl4sale
          Top Buzz fans will recognise the Experience tune, huge back in the day!
          • DoctorMotte's avatar
            DoctorMotte
            i feel blessed to listen to this beautiful "secret doctrine" from vinyl some time. thank you too umm did a great job in the early techno years and we could buy it in berlin recordstore hardwax when it was at reichenberger str.
            • siman91's avatar
              siman91
              The TRUE sound of Rome and the TRUE sound of Italy in the early 90's, simply amazing.
              • BassBooster's avatar
                BassBooster
                Another wonderfull release from these guys, who were very inspired in this period, before turning their creativity towards progressive trancy stuff later in mid-90s, never looked good compared to these early deep productions. This is a deep house jewell, with Secret Doctrine shining from the rest of the ep. It's a very good track, but what makes it really wonderfull is the intro, with the flute work that touches the listener right in the soul.
                Goa Goa and Experience are dark, while Gladiators is a kind of experiment. The pads are wonderfull and modulated and have sudden breakdown, while the thin beats that drive the track are classy and sound different from the other tracks. It sounds strange at first, but you can appreciate it after a couple of listenings.

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