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posted a comment on LeftField - More Than I Know / Not Forgotten (Remix). 1 day ago
To the reviewer curious about the titles/versions. It is the Hard Hands Mix. It was renamed the Hard Hands Mix slightly later. I have a couple of copies of both this and the titled Hard Hands Mix and they are the same. By the way, this remix was ... See full review
posted a comment on An Officer And A Gentleman - Work The House. 5 days ago
All about the (Deep House Dub Mix). Serious delayed reverb on the bassline, cut up in several places. The rap appears momentarily and cut up aswell. The track develops gradually as it progresses along, dropping in a simple piano hook, synth pad and basic ... See full review
posted a comment on Bass-O-Matic* - In The Realm Of The Senses. 8 days ago
In The Realm Of The Senses (Fantasy Mix) is totally different to their more pop-oriented downtempo dance stuff.

This one is a belter. Big, bad, bassline techno house but on the vocal tip! The gated vocal seems to expertly intertwine with the music ... See full review
posted a comment on Beat In Time - Dogflight. 8 days ago
This really reminds me of London's finest, Fantasy FM on the airwaves circa 1990. Easy O, Anton, Action G, Shadowfax, G-Force etc etc Played alongside records like Fierce Ruling Diva 'Floorfiller', Hypp & Krimson 'Dance Wings', Manifestation ... See full review
posted a comment on Liquid Crystal - The Power Within. 8 days ago
Doing the rounds since late 1991 and played quite extensively at that time.
posted a comment on Luxury (2) - Luxury EP. 8 days ago
I'm pretty sure the titles are switched on this release. I would have expected the track with the 'I'm Not Dreaming' vocal sample to be correct. Yet on discogs and on copies it's Le Raboteuux Chant which doesn't make sense. Not like anything in this life ... See full review
posted a comment on Advanced Waveform Synthetics - Advanced Waveform Synthetix. 8 days ago
Is side A inspired by the pads/chords from Byzantium Flow on https://www.discogs.com/First-Contact-I-Call-Upon/master/170225 perhaps? Coincidence. More than likely. In any case, both releases contain some awe inspiring, chilling, spine tingling melodies ... See full review
posted a comment on Psilocybin - Voice From Outer Space. 8 days ago
Delicate Substance was big with all the punters down at Knowledge, London in the early '90s. Hell, it was big with all the punters at every techno club and any techno inebriated gathering of sorts. A splendid mindbender.
posted a comment on Second Phase - Mentasm. 11 days ago
There is a chance that Mentasm might've been produced or at least in the middle of being produced since 1990 but released in 1991, that's depending on who one wants to believe. More brief discussion here ... See full review
posted a comment on Second Phase - Mentasm. 11 days ago
Yes, you're probably right, sadly. But I hope he wasn't :)
posted a comment on Nitrous - Nitrous. 12 days ago
If you've been listening to the remix of ''Rok Skool'' on youtube which some idiot must have included on this release page instead of the 1992 page, as many seem to do, then hence that's where the confusion lies. The original 1990 version on this release ... See full review
posted a comment on VDT - Tanzlust EP. 20 days ago
This release contains a few notable older 1980s acid house and techno samples as mentioned in the release notes. However have a listen and you might notice Brainstorming consists of the style of warbling, reverse bass sound effects more in common with ... See full review
posted a comment on Rawtrax / USI - Raw Trax. 20 days ago
The reviewer below is 100% correct. Disa MC is 100% jungle. Not even jungle techno or proto jungle or whatever pseudo name one wants to throw at it. The other tracks on the other hand are on the more traditional breakbeat hardcore/techno-proto jungle ... See full review
posted a comment on Renegade Soundwave - The Phantom (It's In There) / Ozone Breakdown. 22 days ago
I think the commenter is referring to the original dancehall/ragga vocal sample 'it's in there' which was sampled on the Phantom. Personally think it sounds like complete Kaka in its original form. Sounds so much better on this The Phantom, was made for ... See full review
posted a comment on Flex & Uncle - Odd Ball / Party Time. 23 days ago
You're right. My copy is the same. Party Time is side A with Odd Ball on side B. Unless some copies' tracks are switched.
posted a comment on Q-Bass* - Hardcore Will Never Die. 23 days ago
E-Type produced and/or remixed some rather underrated techno infused breakbeat hardcore tunes circa 1991 which aren't played as much as other played to death anthems.

Everyone seems to love the Telepathic Mix. I generally prefer the harder, noisier, ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - The Brotherhood Of Structure EP. 24 days ago
Vinyl Count Down is a cheeky little number. Basically a remix of Paroles. Had plenty of fun spasming around and gurning like a fool to this track when my knees had less give! Good times.
posted a comment on DJ Edge - Feef Logic. 24 days ago
By far my favourite release on this label. Many elements, lots of things going on. Never gets old, something for everyone. Big release amidst the UK underground party circuit back in the day.
posted a comment on Pigbag - Papa's Got A Brand New Pigbag. 26 days ago
Early 1980s party classic. Contains every element and attitude from disco, tribalism, funk, ska to post-punk. The original and best, accept no remake, updated substitutes.

However, for those who enjoy things experimental but also purposely atonal and ... See full review
posted a comment on Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams. 27 days ago
Apologies for not replying earlier, only noticed your comment now. Fantastic mate! Very much appreciate the info. Release dates are very important to me, they place things more into perspective however pedantic it may seem and catalogue things in the ... See full review
posted a comment on Urban Rhythm (2) Featuring Roberta Gilliam - Get Your Thing Together. 29 days ago
Wow. The whole of side B is surely a hidden warehouse gem which never received its due props back in the day. A crossover NYC and Belgian/Italian/Dutch style 1990 - 1991 forgotten, multi-layered techno classic. Don't sleep on this one if you're a fan of ... See full review
posted a comment on Shades Of Rhythm - Homicide / Exorcist. about 1 month ago
I'm more interested in how Exorcist was made, its story, and how it came about, and what were the producers' inspiration behind it. Don't get me wrong I like Homicide, it's a classic and was well played out. But Exorcist was ALWAYS the one for me. It ... See full review
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posted a comment on Various - House Without A Home Vol 4. about 1 month ago
As the reviewer below has already stated, A2 is very similar to Nation 12 - Listen To The Drummer, 1990. However it's actually a direct rip-off of Ma. Trag - Jump It (Frank K Mix) also ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Untitled. about 1 month ago
I'm still puzzled why such a Detroit techno classic like KGB's 'Stark' never got an independent release all on its own. Hurry up already! Available here and of course more widely on the second 'Techno: Next Generation' comp. Infiniti - Techno Por Favor ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Enforcers (Volume One). about 1 month ago
'Techno Off Springs' is an overlooked, laidback Detroit Techno come Deep House inspired groove in an early Carl Craig style straight from the Reinforced Records stable, North West London headquarters massive.

For me, the remix of Neurosis is the one ... See full review
posted a comment on Ruffneck Featuring Cheri Williams - The Power - The Rhythm. about 1 month ago
The vocal on this record was famously recycled and reused on Xray Xperiments - Take No Chance which became somewhat of a UK breakbeat hardcore piano rave anthem ... See full review
posted a comment on Rhythm Doctor - Mister / Phuture. about 1 month ago
Side A was a big old pirate radio track in 1990. Don't get me wrong I quite like side B too as far as mashups go, as I'm not exactly a massive fan of them. But side A is the main track here.

First spun on pirate radio station Fantasy FM, and if I'm ... See full review
posted a comment on Goldie Presents Metalheads - Inner City Life (Remixes). 2 months ago
Agree with reviewer below. In my opinion, and it's only an opinion, many many others will certainly disagree and probably will want to clobber me one. Nookie Remix is my favourite version of this track, stamps all over the original and any other mix ... See full review
posted a comment on Sub Sub - Space Face (Todd Terry Remix). 2 months ago
All about the Techno Todd Dub for me, always has been. The original was an anthem and well deserved, but Todd Terry strips this down somewhat to the correct essentials. Massive underground classic. Love that funky Detroit/LFO style tone bassline and ... See full review
posted a comment on Playtime Toons - Playtime Toons. 2 months ago
Shaker Song is obviously the big tune. I suspect the synth effect of the main riff might've been taken from Orbital's Chime and rearranged. Someone else might be able to confirm. Very uplifting anyhow, accompanied with the electric xylophone chord ... See full review
posted a comment on Unknown Artist - The Maxed Out E.P.. 2 months ago
According to the release notes, this record was pressed at Greg Lee Processing which is located in the USA. However, the artists still might be originally from the UK. Who knows. At face value it would suggest it's a US release. Although not prolific, it ... See full review
posted a comment on Shades Of Rhythm - The Sound Of Eden (Every Time I See Her). 2 months ago
It seems like we might have confirmation after all. One of the co-writers of Armageddon, Nick Annies mentions the track on the link below, and according to him, Kevin Saunderson sampled the riff from Shades Of Rhythm ... See full review
posted a comment on Eon - Fear : The Mindkiller. 2 months ago
On November 10, 2016, SubSystem stated: Enters the UK chart on 11th Aug 1991 at no.63

You've got to laugh, ha! It's totally unimaginable anything remotely like this would enter the current UK chart yet alone reach that particular number even if ... See full review
posted a comment on Nick•O•D* - Spam Vol. 1. 2 months ago
I distinctly remember the wacky Nicky Blackmarket himself (AKA Nick OD) and a couple of other Pulse 90.6FM deejays giving 'Spam' a few spins from as early as very late November/early December on their pirate radio shows. My mate had recordings of the ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Techno! The New Dance Sound Of Detroit. 2 months ago
Also agree. Regardless who the artist/s are or are not. Not only the Members Of The house track shouldn't have been included on this comp, it's so rubbish it shouldn't be included anywhere on any comp or release. Cheesy, tacky crap as far as I'm ... See full review
posted a comment on 6 Bells All - Sweet & Bitter / Me The Mailman. 2 months ago
I would guess they weren't true ravers or into techno at all. Those types were very cliquey and were into that particular type of garagey vocal house music. Usually posers with a touch of attitude and a slight criminal (aggressive) element. Besides ... See full review
posted a comment on Steady B - Cheatin' Girl / Bring The Beat Back. 2 months ago
All about side B in my opinion. The Instrumental Version of Bring That Beat Back even more specifically. Excellent DJ tool. Rough, scratching cuts of the beats, simple but broken, skeletal, dope beats. Also, the samples used, or more precisely, the way ... See full review
posted a comment on T99 - Anasthasia (Tonka Sound System Remix). 2 months ago
To anyone curious about track running times of this release. There must have been two (maybe more) unique vinyl presses. The duration of the version I own is 6:55. Digitally sourced from the vinyl I own. 4 seconds difference is nothing, probably the way ... See full review
posted a comment on Davy DMX - One For The Treble (Fresh). 2 months ago
Have to echo all other reviewers' sentiments as they are all absolutely correct!

One of the funkiest basslines there is. Those lil guitar licks. The thunderous bass kicking beats. What a perfect, tightly programmed set of DMX drum patterns. Bad ass ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Street Sounds Electro 4. 2 months ago
Although most tunes contain an edit of some sort, namely with repeating certain sections or verses of a given track. The transitions between the tracks on side A are some of the best in my opinion. I don't particularly listen to this volume as much as ... See full review
posted a comment on Vainqueur - Lyot. 2 months ago
To the reviewer below. TECHNO through and through pal. Not Hard House for goodness sakes. Please don't erroneously relate this intricate, monster of a timeless, cavernous, slamming TECHNO classic with that chavvy style abomination. Thank you.
posted a comment on Secret Desire - White Light / Anna Lies. 2 months ago
In my opinion. So many fantastic records were released on this label during the years 1988 to 1991, it's quite remarkable thinking back. There was something definitely special in the water many of these producers were drinking.

White Light is a ... See full review
posted a comment on Depth Charge - Depth Charge. 2 months ago
Good shout with Tekno Too Feeel The Power. A couple of others which also come to mind are Genaside II - Death Of The Kamikazee (I Left My Wallet In Brixton Kentucky Mix), Dee Danie Dee ‎- Ecstasy Energy and Greed ‎- Give - Me (another D-Zone Records ... See full review
posted a comment on Spencer Tune - Nightmare (The Evil Maggot's Revenge). 3 months ago
I still don't think it is the same Dizzy Dee who used to DJ on all the late 1980s/early 1990s pirates. This Dizzie Dee is white english. I'm pretty certain the pirate radio/techno/hardcore DJ Dizzy Dee is from Afro-Caribbean descent.
posted a comment on Omar Santana - Come On And Jam. 3 months ago
All about side B for me. Side A contains a crass, tacky rap, rubbish vocals and not too keen on the mastering. Just a bit too in yer face with the clanging snares and loudness. Not a fan.

Admittedly, Boy Genius Mix is a bit of a vocal sample fest with ... See full review
posted a comment on Zero Zero - Zeroxed. 3 months ago
Superb Dementia (Insane Mix) not only is one of the most underrated Zero Zero tracks, it's also one the sickest, darkest, slimiest, trippiest, dirtiest, subterranean breakbeat electro techno monsters out there. Very unique.
posted a comment on Various - Street Sounds Crucial Electro. 3 months ago
Yep. Great scratch that. Actually adds to the whole vibe of the mix. Electro 3 also contains some wicked scratches/mixes/edits. Even the intro on The Smurf on here (2 copies of it I think) is a wicked little scratch attack. Excellent stuff.
posted a comment on Various - Street Sounds Crucial Electro. 3 months ago
For sure. It always bugged me regarding Hip Hop Be Bop even started a thread about it a long while back. Damn I wish that edit was available independently on its own release. If one compares ... See full review