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NasenblutenThe Really Nasty Violent Sex EP

Label:Storm Records Scotland – WAR 001
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
Country:UK
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Breakbeat, Hardcore

Tracklist

A1Intro
A2Pessimistic Guy
A3Intellectual Killer
B1Homicide
B2Cut Her To Bits
B3Dash
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Track A3 samples:
Vocal from Gravediggaz - Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide
Vocal from EPMD - Strictly Snappin' Necks
Breakdown from Fourth Dimension - Fourth Dimension EP (F Project #25)

Track B2 samples:
Interlude from Kniteforce LP "Shackle Me Not" (which samples dialogue from "The Shining".
Vocal from The Geto Boys - Assassins

Track B3 samples:
Vocal from Eric B. & Rakim - I Know You Got Soul

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  • jontykm's avatar
    jontykm
    https://allthatsinteresting.com/carl-panzram

    Xerox on cover is of Carl Panzram - thanks to 8Eightcoins8 for messaging me that
    • jontykm's avatar
      jontykm
      B3 samples ""Eric B. & Rakim - I Know you Got Soul" for the lyrics and "Jean-Michel Jarre - Ethnicolor" for the intro"

      via youtube comment by rSyk
      • EarlyIsTimeless's avatar
        Edited one year ago
        'Intellectual Killer' samples 'Kev Bird & The Wax Doctor ‎– Airspace' and 'Gravediggaz – Nowhere To Run, Nowhere To Hide'. 'Intellectual Killer' was also repressed on 'Various ‎– Technohead 4 - Sound Wars The Next Generation (REACT LP 098)' and also recently on 'Helena Hauff ‎– Kern Vol.5 (KERN005LP)'
        • picoreurdeslilas's avatar
          DASH: sample of jean michel jarre: ethnicolor (album zoolook).
          good track!!
          • DjBisturi's avatar
            DjBisturi
            I pay this good vinyl (intellectual killer is a bomb of balanced sounds) 10€ 4 year ago..make yourself questions......
            • Sean_Storm's avatar
              Sean_Storm
              Mark Newlands was never ripped off by Storm. The P&D distributor ripped the label off for all the profit on the vinyl - no money. Mark got his share of the royalties from CD sales from Jackhammer at Nosebleed. As much as I respect Mark Newlands' talent he has exaggerated and misinformed people about the demise of Storm. Jackhammer left the music scene for a while.
              • unibomber's avatar
                unibomber
                Edited 10 years ago
                This "Sophomore" outing of the more widely available Nasenbluten records offered a glimpse of things that were to come.

                Hardcore was in a complete drought and the Dutch had gone completely happy/powercore.
                This record makes a screw that type of statement and is dark and hard, full of breakbeats and most importantly creativity.

                One of the few gems during the horrible late 94/early 95 era of Hardcore Techno.

                5/5 enough said.
                • DJMrE's avatar
                  DJMrE
                  Something very special about this record, ill treasure mine forever :)
                  • Jayfive's avatar
                    Jayfive
                    Yet another Nasenbluten release that they had problems over getting the money for. According to Mr. Newlands, Storm stands for 'Someones Taken Our Royalty Money'.

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