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Sound Enforcer2nd Series "Icon EP"

Label:Blunted – 12 BLND 18, Blunted Vinyl – 12BLND 18, Island Records – 854 557-1
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", EP, 45 RPM
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Techno

Tracklist

A6:46
B5:15
C5:33
D5:05
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Blunted Vinyl Is A Division Of Island Records
Blunted Vinyl (logo) / Island (logo) / Blunted (logo)

℗ 1996 Island Records Ltd.
© 1996 Island Records Ltd.
© 1995 Island Records Ltd. (rear sleeve)

The release was originally issued in a stickered matte sleeve with the left spine printed and a Blunted Vinyl logo embossed on the front. The rear of sleeve is plain, apart a small © printed on a corner. It includes two plain white innersleeves with curved corners. On the runouts, ‘SNA’ are stamped logos, the rest of the strings are etched. Sometimes, the release comes with an additional a ‘Promo Only / P / Not For Sale’ sticker on the labels. Track times are self-measured.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 042285455717
  • Label Code: LC 0407
  • Matrix / Runout (Printed labels record 1): 854 559-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Printed labels record 2): 854 561-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A): 12 BNLD 18 A-1 SNA MIKE’S — THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B): 12 BNLD 18 B-1 SNA MIKE’S — THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side C): 12 BNLD 18 C-1 SNA MIKE’S — THE EXCHANGE
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side D): 12 BNLD 18 D-1 SNA MIKE’S — THE EXCHANGE
  • Price Code: PY 122
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA

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Icon EP (CD, EP)Blunted, Blunted, BluntedBLNCD 18, 854-557-2, 854 557-2UK1996

Reviews

  • yogiduffer's avatar
    yogiduffer
    As Hyperreal says 'X' is the track. There is a wonderful Essential Mix from May 1996 of Carl Cox playing 'X' during a live broadcast captured the week before at a big Colours party at the Royal Highland Showgrounds in Edinburgh [I was lucky enough to be there and it tore the place up ... Carl Cox played from 12-2 if memory serves and the more commercial Pete Tong came on after, the poor guy - Carl Cox took the roof off ... this was the early incarnation of Carl's phase of playing banging techno and maybe less than a year after his first FACT mix came out - with Sasha to follow from 4-6am].
    • hyperreal's avatar
      hyperreal
      Edited 11 years ago
      The four tracks are clearly reworkings of the same principles and sequences, each with a different emphasis and style of the dominant components. Testimony to Dave Angel's production more than anything else that he can turn out 4 sufficiently different yet still top quality tracks from the same starting point. Suspect it's way too subjective to judge on quality, so I'll simply say my favourite is the X track (side c). For me it has the right blend of bouncy, hard edged dance floor feel combined with simple yet effective melody. But then I prefer Fever (B side) to Timeless (Title track) on one of his self-named releases so who I am to judge.
      • Mr.Fonk's avatar
        Mr.Fonk
        Edited 17 years ago
        All of these tracks are fantastic dancefloor killers! It's a shame that nowadays you can't find records of that unique sound and quality anymore. Four wicked, pumping tech-house-tracks that do not lack rhythm and some melodic elements. Still works in clubs like it came out in 2005.
        • baj's avatar
          baj
          There is one mix in particular that is extremely good, but the rest is just OK. I agree that this sound is hard to find these days- very melodic but tough as well- much like Steve Rachmad's 100% Pure stuff.

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