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Steven B.C. / Vrrs House Crime Vol.1

Label:House Crime – HC 001
Format:
Vinyl, 12"
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Deep House, House

Tracklist

ASteven B.C.Functionz
B1VrrsUtukmylife (On The Dancefloor)
B2VrrsHouse Will Remember
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House Crime Vol.1 (3×File, FLAC)House CrimeHC 001UK2016

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  • 2xtimes's avatar
    2xtimes
    I feel bad for people that don't enjoy this record as I enjoy it and would like others to share in that positive feeling they are missing out on.
    ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    • Augusts3000's avatar
      Augusts3000
      All this commentary approach to this record turned out to be a funny one. I would like to remark the first two comments by niall8 and moondrizzle as helpful ones because they are extremely funny well written, and the comment by Fizha then calms my nerves down again. But it would probably not be as Discogs inteded for the buttons to be used .Also the reply on FIzha' s comment is good. Overall a good evening.
      • Fizha's avatar
        Fizha
        I think it Sounds Good... The "tape hiss sound" is there on purpose. But have not played it At a club... But it is How it is.
        • moondrizzle's avatar
          moondrizzle
          Sometimes a record sounds terrible when it's ripped online, but then it sounds excellent on wax through a good soundsystem. This is not one of these records. It sounds like ballsack.
          • niall8's avatar
            niall8
            House Crime, I'm not sure if it was intentional or not, but this really is a crime against house. Really struggling to understand the appeal with all this lo-fi stuff and over-compression on records. It's atrocious and renders them absolutely unplayable, whether its intentional as some kind of stick it to the man/punters, hipster troll attempt or what, but this release sees some potentially really good house tracks be totally overcompressed, stripped of any vibrancy, destroyed every frequency and rendered absolutely unplayable as far as playing it in the club goes. Massively disappointing and shows that this whole lo-fi trend has just been 'hipped out' to the extreme.

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