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posted a comment on Various - New Wave. 2 months ago
This record may have been the result of payola and marketing aided by mass advertising, but as the years roll on this remains a legit slice of 1979 punk wave hits and otherwise. A good party record.
posted a comment on Edward Artemiev* - Solaris. The Mirror. Stalker. 3 months ago
Any idea who the producer of the new/redone music is?
posted a comment on Various - Relics - A Transmat Compilation. 3 months ago
All tracks have poor sound quality and the cover is obviously scanned.
posted a comment on David Sylvian - Blemish. 4 months ago
Brutal prices for an amazing album, timeless and unclassifiable music from masters of their instruments.
posted a comment on Lou Reed - City Lights (Classic Performances By Lou Reed). about 1 year ago
A great little collection of mid- to late-70s classics from Mr. Reed.
posted a comment on Scan - Scan. about 1 year ago
Deep House remake of Konk's "Love Attack" in four great mixes very faithful to the source material. Jocks out there who like that kind of thing will probably like having it in a more mixable form.
posted a comment on David LaFlamme - White Bird. about 1 year ago
This is an update of a couple of It's A Beautiful Day songs and a host of solid mid-70s Progressive Pop Rock tunes with great production. Replaces the "psych" of IABD with trumpets and a smidgen of pre-Disco white funk. An enjoyable, diverse, and ... See full review
posted a comment on Frank Zappa - Stairway To Heaven. about 1 year ago
The difference between this one and Frank Zappa - Stairway To Heaven is that this one does not mention "THE BEST BAND YOU NEVER HEARD IN YOUR LIFE" on the back.
posted a comment on Mysteryman* - Microscopic Warefare EP. about 1 year ago
What blew up this record? It has to have been in a mix or something.
posted a comment on Helen Reddy - Ear Candy. over 2 years ago
That's right: Kim Fowley produced a Helen Reddy album. Earle Mankey is no slouch either, having gone on to usher in the best of the Paisley Underground and College Rock in the 80s and 90s.
submitted Bob Roubian - Who Hears The Fishes When They Cry. over 2 years ago
submitted The Brothers Johnson* - Strawberry Letter 23 / Runnin' For Your Lovin'. over 2 years ago
submitted Wendel Adkins - Tobacco Rose / Wolfman. over 2 years ago
submitted Brent's T.V.* - Brent's T.V.. over 2 years ago
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 2 years ago
posted a comment on Demonstration - By Daylight / Hope. over 2 years ago
No, it uses the same loop, just over a different backing track.
posted a comment on We Five - Make Someone Happy. over 2 years ago
Trident logo is a little lower than the center hole than the other one.
posted a comment on We Five - Make Someone Happy. over 2 years ago
Trident logo is a little higher on this one, slightly higher than the center hole.
posted a review of Audion - The Pong. over 2 years ago
How sick is "The Dog?" Tons of momentum and a beat that can be run every which way.
posted a review of BJ Cole - Transparent Music. over 2 years ago
Don't be afraid of all the classical composers, this is understated ambient music with genius pedal steel with no fluff whatsoever. File somewhere between The KLF - Chill Out and DATacide.
posted a comment on Tracey Ullman - You Broke My Heart In 17 Places. over 2 years ago
There are two MCA-5471s, this one has a smaller "STIFF" logo lower on the back cover than Tracey Ullman - You Broke My Heart In 17 Places
posted a comment on Tracey Ullman - You Broke My Heart In 17 Places. over 2 years ago
This has a larger "STIFF" logo placed toward the middle of the back cover than Tracey Ullman - You Broke My Heart In 17 Places
posted a review of Johnny Lunchbreak - Acetate: 1974/1975. over 2 years ago
This is a fun little obscurity, studio recordings of a mid-70s New Hampshire ski lodge bar band playing some covers and some originals in fine Raspberries style.
posted a comment on Tim Hardin - Tim Hardin 1. over 2 years ago
Sound quality is good, but the cover is fuzzy, pixelated, obviously printed from a digital scan.
posted a comment on Various - Music And Rhythm. over 4 years ago
The version of "Mirror in the Bathroom" by The (English) Beat here is actually a dub version!
posted a review of Akasa - One Night In My Life. over 6 years ago
I don't care if this was played out back in the day, the "It's Time" mix is one of the all-time classic beat burners. Fakes you out with a Soccioid turnaround and makes irresistable hay of the dancefloor.
posted a review of Drum And Bass - I Love You. over 7 years ago
Balls out! The stage is set for a good two or three years of New York Techno. A master class in dance track construction, there are just enough knowing winks and signals to the DJ to keep it fun for everybody.
posted a comment on Mission Control - Outta Limits. over 7 years ago
Probably the most distinguishing feature of these remixes is the removal and remaking of the Timothy Leary samples.
posted a comment on Various - Rough Trade Shops - Post Punk 01. over 7 years ago
The Futureheads' "Robot," is a different version, much slower, than is on their album.
posted a comment on Biff'um Baff'um Boys - Bombers Over Baghdad E.P.. over 7 years ago
This would be a stone-cold 1990 classic, comparable to Dopewax records and other New York Techno of the time, if they hadn't chosen some unfortunate New Beat elements to carry forward.
posted a comment on The Unknown D.J.* - 808 Beats (Eight Hundred And Eight Beats). over 8 years ago
Should be: "Chosen me the superseder of the humdrum beat"
posted a comment on Bang (2) - Holding My Heart. over 8 years ago
"Funky Drummer" or no, The Heart Dub is a timeless party house cut. One of my favorite Shep Pettibone tracks.
posted a comment on J.J.* - Feel It / You Stole My Heart. over 9 years ago
So good even Ken Ishii sampled it as one of the very few vocals in his early output.
posted a review of MC Nas-D & DJ Freaky Freddie* / Mega Mix Warrior - Homey Don't Play That / Bass That Tune Vol. II. over 9 years ago
Alright, "In Living Color" was a long time ago, longer ago than the Brady Bunch was when I watched it as a kid. Still, you gotta give props for a piece of history. Homey don't play that!

Aside from that and the minitruck raps, "Homey Don't Play That" ... See full review
posted a comment on Debbie Gibson - Electric Youth. over 9 years ago
This is not a separate release, it's merely half of the double-pack.
posted a review of 2 Girls - Talk About Rockin'. over 10 years ago
The house mixes are textbook 1991 commercial house. Fun basslines and a breakbeat laid over with the most insipid rap you can imagine that makes the Wee Papa Girl Rappers look like lyrical geniuses. Seriously, it wouldn't be out of place in a breakfast ... See full review
posted a review of Kraftwerk - The Robots. over 10 years ago
The Kling Klang Extended Mix is the cut here. Practically a seven minute bonus beat, it has all of the pieces of the song you know and love but very spaced out. There are extended lyric passages with just the synthesized lyrics clearly and subtly ... See full review
posted a review of CoH - Iron. over 10 years ago
If anybody had told me before this album came out that a minimal and to-that-point ambient-ish artist was going to do an electronic homage to heavy metal music, I would have been suspicious that Mr. Pavlov had been hanging out too much with Alec Empire, ... See full review
posted a review of K-Alexi - 3 Men And A Loft. over 12 years ago
A very in-your-face release with that brittle DJax sound. "Ha" is as Chicago Techno as anything Steve Poindexter did (well...), but with the added touch of guitar-ish stabs. You get a bit of acid and a whole whack of drums and fills for your money and it ... See full review
posted a review of Bill Nelson - Acceleration. over 12 years ago
"Hard Facts From The Fiction Department" is the track here. Electro synthpop in the vein of DMX Krew or Frank de Groodt with a heaping helping of funky marimba, much more New York than Detroit in the electro department. If that isn't enough for you, the ... See full review
posted a review of David Sylvian - Blemish. over 14 years ago
This was the first David Sylvian I ever heard, and I noticed it merely because of Fennesz' presence. He has a peculiar voice, deeper and heavier than I usually hear in music such as this, but it goes well with the painterly and sparse music - improv ... See full review
posted a review of Shiver (5) - Doctor Break. over 14 years ago
I never listen to this, and can think of only two words to explain this record's inexplicable popularity: "Dave Clarke." It filled the need for a new Hashim track until Breakin' Records was born and sounds very similar to what Sem was doing on Electron ... See full review
posted a review of X-101 - X-101. over 15 years ago
First Tresor release. "The Final Hour" is a dark, sophisticated, and suprisingly simple classic. Note that this was re-released by Mute as "Sonic Destroyer" but with this EP's tracklist.
posted a review of MC Crown - Robots. over 15 years ago
Yeah it's ravey, and you had to hate yourself for falling for the old "Kraftwerk writing credit" trick, but listen to it again (okay, in a year). It doesn't sound much more dated than a lot of the CJ Bolland or Frank De Wulf classics people love so much, ... See full review
posted a review of Kekkotronics & LTJ - First Job. over 15 years ago
"Acid Job" is storming track with one of the heaviest basslines ever out of Italy. Sci-fi synth cycles and horn stabs make this a stylistic intersection of several upbeat dance genres: House, Disco, Techno, Acid, Trance, Electro...kind of a centerpiece ... See full review
posted a review of 280 West - Scattered Dreams. over 15 years ago
Fairly standard (to my ears) deep house with a touch of sax 'n piano soul here and there. The special piece is the "Boom Chicka Boom" mix, a driving bouncy number with a touch of scat, disco stabs and a terrifically swung rhythm section. One of those ... See full review
posted a review of Reincarnated Regulator - Prophet Of Tribal Tekno. over 15 years ago
Great to see this already up here! This was one of my first records and always a favorite. Ripping wet 303, speech synthesizers, sub-bass and cracking percussion with breakbeat loops...how can you go wrong? Mine has metallic purple and white sleeve art. ... See full review
posted a review of Biochip C. - Kaori. over 15 years ago
Six tracks of high quality acidic electro from back in the earlymid 90s when there weren't too many people putting a lot of thought into new electro. This record is a direct antecedent to recent Novamen twelves on Bunker and Murdercapital: varied and ... See full review