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69Sound On Sound

Label:Planet E – PE 69170
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM


A2Sub Seducer
A3Sound On Sound
B1Poi Et Pas
B2Filter King
B3No Highs

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© ℗ 1993 Planet E Comm. ASCAP
Licensed to R&S in 1994. (Not mastered at NSC)

Repressed in 2004, with different labels and the additional groove etching "RE 2".
"Rushed" contains a sample of "My Mine - Hypnotic Tango" on Progress Record.
"Rushed" contains a looped sample of "Bandulu - Amaranth - Love Lies Bleeding"
"Sub Seducer" contains a sample of "Parliament - Sir Nose D'Voidoffunk (Pay Attention - B3M)" on Casablanca Records.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): 54091PE69170-A NSC
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): 54091PE69170-B NSC

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Sound On Sound (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, White Label)Planet EPE 69170US1993
Sound On Sound (12", 33 ⅓ RPM)Planet E, R & S RecordsPE 69170, RS 94034Belgium1994
Sound On Sound (12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Reissue, Remastered)Planet EPE 69170US2004


V-Agent's profile picture
Filter King is king. That is all you need to know.

As the years roll on, a lot of this sound is beginning to date. But the industrial roll of that track will never get old.
marktokyo's profile picture
Edited 9 months ago
My left and right ear had a serious quarrel towards the end of the A side, and I had to stand between them!
norepetitivebeats's profile picture
Rushed samples the main synth riff from Hypnotic Tango by My Mine (1983)
maroko's profile picture
Edited 12 years ago
This EP will go down with the best of 'em in my memory, if only for the smashing Rushed. I have never heard Carl command dance floors with such ease and skill as here - this is actually him dropping a tune with the clear intention of ripping clubs apart. Just listen to this, and hear for yourself how everythying falls in place just the way you want it to. Cracking percussion, those rewind effects in the backgrounds, a deep bass. Eight minutes of no-nonsense Detroit funk groove, nothing less. This is just perfect. Having said that, little else meets the standards set by the opener.
I like the longer mix of Sub Seducer, released on PE 65284-1 quite a few years later. Sound On Sound is a brief interlude with no practical use or purpose, but it could have been much more intricate and complete if some further sound patterns were adequately placed after the melody fades out. Poi Et Pas is interesting to a certain point, with those booming broken beats and throbbing bass line, but it eventually ventures too far off radar, losing focus and the initial charm it had. I have the same feeling about the rest of the B side as well. None of it is particularly bad, but Rushed dominates this entire release with such immense confidence and punch, it is really hard to recover from its effect by the time the needle hits the run out groove of the B side. Filter King is the only number which attempts at recreating the magic and the hypnotizing effect Rushed has, and while it isn't bad (my second favorite here), things just don't end up as fine as they did on Rushed... Other then that, it's a fine piece of music, groovy with a lot of breaks, leaving you with plenty of time and space to play around with your equipment. Trust me here: Rushed is the type of an electronic music track which can drive any crowd into a frenzy, be it a house, tech house or a pure techno set, it is just one of those gems which stamps smiles on your face.