Martin Buttrich ‎– Full Clip / Programmer

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Planet E ‎– PE65287-1
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Vinyl, 12"
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Tracklist

A Full Clip 12:05
B Programmer 8:08

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  • Barcode: 7 54091 52871 3

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PE 65287 Martin Buttrich Full Clip / Programmer(2xFile, MP3, 320) Planet E PE 65287 US 2006
PE65287-1 Martin Buttrich Full Clip / Programmer(12", W/Lbl) Planet E PE65287-1 US 2006 Sell This Version

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Guido_Durante

Guido_Durante

February 9, 2017

absolutely don't miss this masterpiece. one of buttrich's finest tracks
maroko

maroko

June 2, 2008

Indeed, Full Clip is so symphonyc, sharpseeing and orchestral words won't do it justice. It's a track which strikes a perfect balance between classic dance floor orientated music and second to none home listening material.
Slightly over twelve minutes in lenghth, it provides an infinite sea of mixing possibilities when introduced during a DJ set. And those breaks kill the party crowd time after time after time.
There is no time to waste, you just have to get this one. The sad thing though, is that music like this drops once to twice a year max, so usually you have to go elbow deep in shit do fetch a decent tune. I have a feeling this could turn into his eternal calling card, but I have a hunch Buttrich is just getting started. I hope so, that is!
Not a single person has anything on Martin Buttrich's talent. Period. More of this, Martin? OK?
traxfranz

traxfranz

February 10, 2007
edited over 7 years ago

"Full Clip" is one of those tracks that you can't really miss,
a must have for all Planet E lovers. This time Mr. Craig put his label at extremly high level once again. Twelve minutes of brilliant music with amazing synthpads orchestral sounds and two breaks that make the dancefloor insane.
earlgreen

earlgreen

January 14, 2007
edited over 12 years ago

Oh Boy, what a monster 12". Full Clip starts up nicely and windes itself up to peak, after the first little break it comes back big time to hook on after the second break! Just when you listen to Full Clip at home and relax, you figure out the massive complexity of this tune. Absoloutly timeless track, pumpin but still elegant as a gentleman, and like a lot of Martin's last programmings as well as his alongside Loco Dice productions. Spin this, and don't miss!