Going into surgery as of 28-04-2021. So I won't be able to reply to anyone with inquiries or any general messages until further notice. And might not bother replying even if the above wasn't even an issue :P Apologies in advance :)

The grumpy, cynical person's motto is one I can definitely relate to: Once Bitten. Twice Bitten (not a 'Bittern') !

Like Tuco Ramirez once said: If you work for a living, why do you kill yourself working? One name is as good as another, not wise to use your own name. You see, in this world there's two kinds of people my friend. Those with loaded guns and those who dig. YOU dig.

Cheese is meant for eating not for making entire music genres out of !.

The following music genres I find very annoying: UK 2 Step Garridge (by the U-Get-Me? Crew. U get me??), Funky (Disco) (Filtered) Cheesy House, Modern Bassline House, Grime, Contemporary R&B, New Jack Swing, Brit-Pop, Whiny vocal pop rock, NewModern Dance-Pop (basically pretty much anything in the UK national pop chart), Dubstep, Bro step, Trap, Bounce, Handbag, cheesy Sasha & co. style Piano House and vocal screamers -for the deluded out there [Sasha is NOT God!]. Scouse House, Chipmunky vocal Hardcore, Donk, Progressive House and Trance, this kitschy so-called Electro House crap (I like proper 1980s Electro!), Raggafied Jungle which encourages loudmouthed toasting and MCing, Euro-Dance trash or anything with autotune involved. So there, I've said it!

Some still ongoing unconfirmed track ides. You are welcome to help :)


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posted a comment on Nelson "FFWD" Cruz* - My House. about 8 hours ago
If I had the choice, I would've removed the 'my house' vocal chant from this record. But then, the title would also need to change to something more appropriate. I'll be honest, I'm not a fan of that vocal hook (sample?) on this record. I think it's... See full review
posted a comment on The Awesome 3* - Don't Go / Headstrong. 14 days ago
Don't Go probably gets 99.9% of the plaudits. Rightly so? Not in my opinion. From day one, I've never really been a big fan. Pop-Breakbeat Piano House-Rave. 99.9% will disagree with me of course.

Headstrong is the one for me. Rawer, simpler, more... See full review
posted a comment on Suburban Knight - The Art Of Stalking (Deepside Remixes). 14 days ago
I'm going to be honest here. I know I'll be getting slated and I know I have bad music taste so I don't need to be reminded of that by anyone else, thank you very much. But I've never really been too fond of the Ludovic Remix. Yes, granted, the... See full review
posted a comment on Digital Orgasm - Running Out Of Time. 14 days ago
I so wish there was no piano and vocal chorus on the Rave Mix. Or at least keep the break but without using piano and screaming vocals but replace it with synth noises instead. As the winding pseudo guitar synth riff, electro styled organised beat... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Vanishing Point (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack). 14 days ago
Some heavy low down psychedelic, out of body type, shake rattle and rollin' sheeeeet that is 'Freedom Of Expression' man. Time to get your wild smoky eyed dervish freak on baaaaby. Who needs chemicals when you can jam to this. Though they'd probably... See full review
posted a comment on Razor Boy & Mirror Man - Cutter Mix / Beyond Control. 17 days ago
Which specific samples are you referring to? Blow - Cutter is also similar and from my vague memory I think was released prior to all these Rabbit City Records versions. Similar samples but different arrangement. Some of the same samples were omitted,... See full review
posted a comment on Omar Santana - Come On And Jam. 19 days ago
You're right, it was quite popular and I was initially excited by it as it meshed old school electro beats and Belgian techno motifs, which I was rather fond of. First heard Colin Dale play it on his Abstrackt Dance show on Kiss FM in the spring of... See full review
posted a comment on An Officer And A Gentleman - Work The House. 21 days ago
Great, thanks for the info mate, that's good to know as I was slightly curious if there are any notable differences between versions. To be honest, this is the only mix I'm really into. I'm not what you would generally call a fan of hip-house, but I... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Edge - *1. 22 days ago
Might even be third hand from Blame - Music Takes You. Quite a few artists at the time nicked that vocal from either one of those. One of the drum breaks sounds like it's from Project One Roughneck, but even that one might've been nicked from... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Pod E.P.. 25 days ago
Surprisingly before its time, I remember Bi-Face - Mouthpad being relatively popular within the unlicensed, free party events myself and a select several friends sometimes stumbled upon via word of mouth. In the mid 90s onwards the breakbeat acid... See full review
posted a comment on Influx - Disrupticon E.P.. 26 days ago
Imnoscan is a rather chaotic breakbeat electro Acid Techno slammer. As much as I can guess, it utilises beats both from samples and a drum machine (I'm not sure which one). On second thoughts, it might actually be entirely programmed. I hope, whoever... See full review
posted a comment on The Criminal Minds - The Criminal. 26 days ago
I'm generally not a fan of the '93 era of breakbeat hardcore moving into jungle. Too vocal, pinky and perky sample focused etc for me. But there's something about the track The Criminal which makes me feel real good inside. I like the light and airy... See full review
posted a comment on Krisma - Miami. 27 days ago
I wonder if the Anne Clark vocal style and pitch and even the synthesized production values of the bands associated were influenced by groups like this and specific records like this or was it the other way around? All emerged around the same time.... See full review
posted a comment on Leo Anibaldi - Noise Generation. about 1 month ago
This is pure conjecture from my behalf so don't take my opinions as gospel. I imagine there might've been issues or faults with the original master or the pressing. But my more cynical side thinks the labels probably wanted to save space to fit all... See full review
posted a comment on Platform Two - Party Leaver. about 1 month ago
What I find interesting about these very early nineties Belgian and Dutch releases is that more often than not the mixes or the track/song titles are entirely different or different enough from one another to play on the same nights without the flow... See full review
posted a comment on Dune (6) - Too Much (Remixes). about 1 month ago
Acid Aston Remix is my favourite mix here, though it could've done without the resung cover version of True Faith/Pin Up Girls's vocal (it's not the original Bridgett Grace one for those who are interested). Yet again UK producers always obsessed with... See full review
posted a comment on Phuture Wax - Phuture Wax E.P.. about 1 month ago
Memories of Attenuation and Acid Reduction both being played at Knowledge in London, very loudly. I think it might've been Loftgroover, or was it Warlock? Heck, it could've even been Alex Hazzard! I'll never be 100 percent certain who was playing as I... See full review
posted a comment on Wishdokta Introducing Mental Collapse - The Mental Eclipse M.P.. about 1 month ago
I know this record was released in 1992, at least fully. But I'm sure I've heard a set or two by Grooverider and Top Buzz play a couple of tracks from this in 1991. The track Glide in particular comes to mind.

P.S. I'm assuming Mental Collapse is... See full review
posted a comment on Gary Gamble. about 1 month ago
I'm by no means certain of this but I'm taking a wild guess that this artist might be the same guy who was also a pirate radio DJ between 1989-1990 inclusive and went by the name of G-Force and predominantly played on Fantasy... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Acid Trax Volume 3. about 1 month ago
It's a mighty shame that Spanky - Acid Bass and L.A. - LA's Music are only exclusively available on compilations and have never had a wider release on 12" single vinyl. On a similar bombastic tip as Slam or 151. These types of acid patterns seem to... See full review
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posted a comment on D.F.X. - Relax Your Body. about 1 month ago
To add a bit of balance to all these ass kissing reviews. I think this is a load of crap. The vocal's shite. Nothing original whatsoever and sounds tacky and cheesy to me. Never really liked this cover. This isn't really a cover of What Time Is Love... See full review
posted a comment on Nu-Tro-Gen - Rollin' Reptiles. about 1 month ago
Apologies if I'm stating the obvious, but Voodoo Child definitely came out first. Well over a year before this one. Pushing onto a year and a half before this one came out. That's the only context I can give. This was probably even more massive than... See full review
posted a comment on Sequential Circuits - Enter The Techno Arena EP. about 1 month ago
Where was the vocal/orchestral stab pattern sourced from on the track Mastermind? Was it entirely synthesized/programmed or was it sampled? As it's very similar to L.A. Style - James Brown Is Dead. Which is definitely a 1991 release. The other tracks definitely sound like... See full review
posted a comment on Earth People - Reach Up To Mars. about 1 month ago
I agree with the others. The 808 Bonus Mix is the one. I remember some of the DJs on Fantasy FM and Dance FM used to randomly dub this and similar tracks which sounded like it ''Techno Garage'', can you believe it? Haha! I suppose it is tough enough... See full review
posted a comment on Reel 2 Reel* - Back 2 Attack 2. about 1 month ago
At least one of the versions on this Master Release page was released in 1991. There are plenty of recorded 1991 events you can find different tracks from this release being played. That also goes for the remix which was out from late... See full review
posted a comment on Jack Smooth - Ph Scales 3. about 1 month ago
Very decent quality Acid tinged Deep House and deep Detroit Techno vibes with this. Relaxing, meditative and also a bit more gritty with the acid squelch at times. The deepness is evident throughout whatever the case. Smooth and yummy. I don't often... See full review
posted a comment on Codine - Dream Sequence / Prologue. about 1 month ago
For a long while I thought that Heaven & Hell was my favourite track that these guys put out in 1991. And yes, it certainly is a contender. After all, they're all similarly produced tracks, textures, arrangements and timbres. Prologue is no slouch... See full review
posted a comment on Tohuwabohu* - Punk & Trash E.P.. 2 months ago
For those who want to know where the vocal sample originates from, there's info mentioned on the following release's notes Casa Nostra (2) - Insomnia / Casa Nostra (2) - Insomnia.
posted a comment on Break The Limits - Paranoize / The Thinker. 2 months ago
I find it difficult to pick a favourite Break The Limits release as all contain tracks which I find interesting. For a long while I felt the best from a 1991 perspective was Break The Limits Part III. In general, the less vocal ones are my picks. But... See full review
posted a comment on Break The Limits - Hypnotised. 2 months ago
You're 100% correct that this was released in 1990. It was out several weeks before the end of that year in all specialist record shops. It was quite a big, underground classic and played on all the pirate radio stations and throughout various... See full review
posted a comment on Spicelab - The Spicelab E.P.. 2 months ago
Because it is partially Techno. In the UK we didn't call every track on this record Trance. It's a mixture of styles. Some of the tracks are too dark, grimey, grindy, rough to be considered pure trance. There's a funkiness which is lacking in standard... See full review
posted a comment on Linea Alba - Chill-O-Matic / Space Travel. 2 months ago
Can also hear a slight hint of a Suburban Knights influence on Photogene on Sub System - Sub System II (J'Ai Peur) and the B Untitled track on Re-Animator (2) - Back Of The Head E.P..
posted a comment on Dave Angel - Stairway To Heaven. 2 months ago
About a decade or so ago I came across a recording where some of these tracks were played. The recording was from late 1991, unfortunately the recording and subsequently the blog was taken down perhaps due to some type of official takedown notice. A... See full review
posted a comment on Phase 1 (2) - Feel The Rhythm. 2 months ago
Where does it say it's Frankie Bones? I haven't seen, heard or read any evidence or confirmation to prove this yet. I'm fully aware that A Mental Atmosphere is credited to the above. One of the two tracks are definitely a remix as such or a different... See full review
posted a comment on Underground Resistance - The Seawolf. 3 months ago
My my, what a tune this was and still is. Rip roaring acid techno. Mangled my brain many times and incredibly rhythmic on the dancefloor mashed up with other acid and hard techno tracks. Switch, cut and crossfade style. When the sound is cut off... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Phantasy - The Jungle Remix's. 3 months ago
Another very underrated hardcore 12" in my opinion. Uses mainly techno and electro elements fused inside manic, edited, carved beats. Most of the beats are from older drum machine programmed freestyle electro tracks. It makes a change from the... See full review
posted a comment on Lisa* - Talk To Me. 3 months ago
If you listen to the first YT upload on The Cure - A Forest's release page at around 5:10 on the timeline. The song breaks down to where the bassline is played on its own, slowly. The chords on 'Talk To Me' are virtually a carbon copy of 'A Forest'. Dirty Talk's... See full review
posted a comment on Shinehead - Who The Cap Fits / Know How Fe Chat. 3 months ago
Sharply delivered conscious style rap message on this cover version of 'Who The Cap Fit, issues which unfortunately, many are still relevant today. Ragga hip hop before it became a thing. It's not all about partying though, dissing fellow producers,... See full review
posted a comment on Shades Of Rhythm - Frequency. 3 months ago
Nick Annies recently replied to a question I asked him regarding the dates of production and recording of the tracks on this album. He said 1988 and 1989. Some of the ideas presented on these tracks are actually before their time for sure.
posted a comment on Lisa* - Talk To Me. 3 months ago
Did the artists say that or the music journalist writing the article. It might be the case, I have no reason to doubt it if the artists say so. But the notes on the bassline sound far closer to The Cure in my opinion.
posted a comment on DJ Phantasy - The Jungle EP. 3 months ago
I actually think that this whole EP is very underrated. The way everything is layered, segmented and locked together with the actual timbres is cleverly produced for that time. The three predominant, absolute bare bones, building block style... See full review
posted a comment on Code 6 - Forgotten Moments. 3 months ago
I was at the New Years Eve 1993 ''Lost'' at The Vox as well. I wish I could remember this one being played, I would've been a happy chappy. Even happier if the other tracks from this were also played. Maybe I was a bit too inebriated when it came on.... See full review
posted a comment on Mr. Lee - Rock This Place. 4 months ago
This record was a stalwart during the early acid house days played at the decent clubs that knew what real acid house was about. Those beats reverberated and smashed hard making your ears pop. Being young and reckless desperate to immerse oneself into... See full review
posted a comment on Neon - The '92 Remixes. 4 months ago
Lost Control Mix. I always liked the 1988 classic. But I don't think I've ever rushed and tripped my box as hard as when first hearing the Remixes on this record. Totally lost it. And I still lose the plot when I hear it now. This record was the... See full review
posted a comment on Dance Conspiracy - Dub War. 4 months ago
My opinion isn't going to popular but I'm getting used it now. I don't give a flying monkey's what anyone thinks. My favourite version is Chapter 2. It's rawer, it's grindier, it's grimier. It's more jungle 'techno' in feel than the other more epic... See full review
posted a comment on Panic - Voices Of Energy. 4 months ago
Yes I was referring to that bit at 6 mins 31 in particular for the T99 sounding stabs. Many other records are sampled wholesale on this. Some sections do sound like live mixes looped up and layered together. I agree, the Mark Archer track Bubbleena -... See full review
posted a comment on Peace Of Mind - Thrash: Techno For The New Generation EP. 4 months ago
For the trivial and obsessives out there. From memory, this record was played in a few DJ sets from late 1991. One example which can be 100% confirmed is on Frankie Bones' B91 Brooklyn show during November 1991 when he played this. Effectively makes... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Junk / Mad Dog - Do It - Do It / Hypnotise. 4 months ago
Not sure if it's the same version on the Junk Hardcore album. As far as I can tell, it's the same version as the original 12" https://www.discogs.com/DJ-Junk-Do-It-Do-It/release/11231010
posted a comment on Sorcerey - Woo Baby / The Test. 4 months ago
Discogs marketplace history only reveals the last ten items of a release sold. It does not show every item ever sold. That's how it was implemented from the very beginning. Which of course comes with major limitations at both ends of the price... See full review