Killa Productions ‎– Feelin' Acid II

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K. B. Records Inc. ‎– KB 205
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Limited Edition
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A Untitled
B1 Untitled
B2 Untitled

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maroko

maroko

May 15, 2016
Perhaps the pinnacle of the Killa Productions saga. As the track's back bone they use the gargantuan classic "House Of God" by DHS, combinig it with dense drum programming and patiently deployed acid bleeps, that do not enter the track until it's halfway through.
The percussion is slamming and properly used in order to transform a vintage old school classic into a state of the present techno feast. My favorite tune recorded under this production alias.

The flip side relies heavily on the eighties hip-house heroes, Jungle Brothers, and their hit "I'll House You", serving up a funky banger that garments eighties hip-hop vocals, rough tribla beats, which are skillfully added to the track during its two separate breaks. The first one with scrathed-in vocals going "c-c-c-chek it out", and the second round is tossed into the mix following some "aw yeah yeah yup" and rap chanting, unleashing a final rhythmic assault some four minutes deep.

In their tradition, Sims and P. Mac take the musical best of yeterday, and through modern approaches to production, transform them into full metal jacket club ammo. The A side tune is of particualr interest. Some tasty editing done right here.