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Smart Systems, Indo Tribe, YagePulse Three

Label:Jumpin' & Pumpin' – 12TOT 16, Jumpin' & Pumpin' – 12 TOT 16
Series:Pulse (15) – Three
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, EP
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore, Techno

Tracklist

A1Smart SystemsTingler (Four By Four Mix)
ProducerMental Cube
4:32
A2Indo TribeOwl (I Can See You Mix)
ProducerMental Cube
4:52
B1Indo TribeBite The Bullet Baby (Jaques Reynoix Mix)
ProducerYage
4:28
B2YageCalcium (Elemental Mix)
ProducerLuco
5:08
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The title on the reverse of the sleeve is 'PULSE EP VOL 3' which also credits track A1 as 'The Tingler', track B1 samples dialogue from the TV show 'Twin Peaks', catalogues are printed on the labels as: 12TOT 16 and on the sleeve as: 12 TOT 16.
ALL TRACKS RECORDED AND MIXED
LONDON 1991
SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL AT FREAKY DEEK RECORDS

Calcium (Elemental Mix) later appeared on the Excursions In Ambience compilation credited to The Future Sound Of London.

Some copies have the A side label on both sides.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 5013993701668
  • Barcode (Text): 5 013993 701668
  • Matrix / Runout (A Side): 12 TOT 16 A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side): 12 TOT 16 B-1

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Pulse Three (12", 45 RPM, Promo)Jumpin' & Pumpin'12TOT 16UK1991

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bosepanaray's profile picture
bosepanaray
Edited 8 months ago
Indo Tribe "Owl"
THE... Retro Classic Anthem ever played since 1991.
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mdkilner
The Owl is one of the greatest breakbeat hardcore tracks ever created. change my mind.... :D
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blagga3
Might be useful to know that Yage's "Calcium" also appears on Future Sound of London's "Accelerator" album (with FSOL as the artist). I'm not sure if it's not exactly the same mix as the one here, but if you're looking for a copy of Calcium on CD, that might be a good option.
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alfiegeemc
Just take me back now....... i wanna go, awsomeness right there
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Soultronic
Edited 4 years ago
2017. And even though this has to be one of the better eps released during that time, with the tingler geniusly using beltrams hover whilst creating an extremely dark and sinister hardcore track that will blow any electro minded person that hasnt yet heard it. And Owl perhaps being one of my personal all time favorite rave gems, which should only be heard while high as fck, at about 4 am in some sweaty abandoned warehouse stuffed with nightcrawlers.
But enough has been said about those two tracks, while people sleep on true fsol class. The real treasure on this ep is calcium, which could even be ahead of time when released today. A beautiful melodic piano track that already has and most definitely will stand the test of time. Lush! An ep worth every buck. Genuine underground hardcore/rave history on plastic.
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djrobovw1
TRACK CALLED OWL samples are from jesus loves acid, which also was later samples brilliantly by DJ MAYHEM, for basement records, track was called COLD ACID.
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jony
Tingler (Four By Four Mix) was later released as Tingler (State Side Swamp Mix) on 12 TOT 18 (http://www.discogs.com/Smart-Systems-The-Tingler-Remix/master/13214)
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Edcoogan
Over six years since the last post on here, and no one has bothered to clarify the sample! Don't know who it is, but it is clearly "Step to me and feel your mind flip, as I let it rip, on the industrial tip"..Biggest FSOL track of all.
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d-JCB
Edited 16 years ago
One of the toughest old skool tracks around is on this EP, the first time I heard "The Owl" by Brian Dougans & Garry Cobain, the almighty legends of the early 90's (alongside KLF) under one of their 14 psuedonyms - Indo Tribe, I was instantly blown away. The track features the irresistable sample (please correct me if I'm wrong but I'm sure they're the words) - "Step to me and let you mind flip, as I get with, on the industrial tip", combine this along with some of the chunkiest energetic beats ever prodcued for the dancefloor, you have a serious weapon on your hands. This track was going for over $300AU when I finally discovered it's name but paid a lot less once I finally found a copy. Highly recommended for fans of the early tech-break-rave sound. "The Owl" used to be my favourite release on Jumpin & Pumpin, but now it would have to be Smart Systems (another Dougans & Cobain alias) with "Tingler".