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posted a comment on Django Django - LateNightTales. 20 days ago
What a strange comment to make. Either it has been properly credited and there's no reason to post this, or it hasn't been properly credited, and despite acting like you care well enough about whether it has been, you haven't bothered to look into the ... See full review
posted a comment on Squarepusher - Burningn'n Tree. about 1 month ago
An answer to your 3-year-old question on a 16-year-old comment: I would assume that they're saying 50%-60% of the tracks are pure genius, not that between 50 and 60 tracks are genius.
posted a comment on C.J.Bolland* - The 4th Sign. about 1 month ago
Despite it being more than 16 years after this review was written, I'm going to jump in with a pedantic comment about it being his "penultimate" album. Penultimate means second to last, and isn't a way of describing something as being 'better than ... See full review
posted a comment on Phantasy Sound. 2 months ago
Does anyone have any info about release #17? Wikipedia shows it to be the same release name with the same release date as PH18, however next to the release on #17 it's written (banished release).
posted a comment on The Micronauts - Bleep To Bleep. 3 months ago
Baby Wants To Rock samples Jomanda - Make My Body Rock

https://youtu.be/dYlLF6YWezU?t=113
posted a comment on Autotune - Dirty. 4 months ago
These two releases should probably be grouped together:

https://www.discogs.com/Autotune-Dirty/release/13705255

ugh.. 10 words
posted a comment on BT - Love, Peace And Grease. 6 months ago
Does anyone know if Love, Peace and Grease (1997) sampled May The Funk Be With You by The Jedi Knights (1994), or if the drums and clap from May The Fourth Be With You cam from somewhere else?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=euQv8TrH32k
posted a comment on The Owl (4) - OWL001. 12 months ago
B2 - Don't Let Go uses a sample of Tony Orlando's - Don't Let Go.

https://www.discogs.com/Tony-Orlando-Dont-Let-Go-Bring-It-On-Home-To-Me/release/542761
posted a comment on 7th City. about 1 year ago
Was there a SCD019 released?

...and i'll add this to break 10 words
posted a comment on Spawn (17) - Dance Of The Lunatics. about 1 year ago
This submission is under the incorrect Spawn artist. Needs its own artist entry.
posted a comment on Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark - The OMD Remixes. about 1 year ago
I agree 110%. On its own, it's an amazing track. If you're listening to it through the lens of loving the original track, it will not be your cup of tea.

The Micronauts had a mix they had put out some time in 2000, and its sound is similar to what ... See full review
posted a comment on Hank Williams - Hank Williams. about 1 year ago
I'm not a doctor, but I'm pretty sure this record doesn't belong on DJ Hyperactive's techno label that now releases exclusively in .mp3 format.
posted a comment on Kölsch And Michael Mayer - Dogma 1 & Dogma 2. about 1 year ago
The track Dogma 2 was used for the Movement Detroit 2017 recap video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMgM1riT13s
posted a comment that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Various - Dave Hamilton's Detroit Funk (Rare And Unreleased Twisted Funk 1967-1975). about 1 year ago
Interesting.. #15 off of this compilation: Dave Hamilton -- Highland Sound (here on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Pb389grllw ), is the exact same song as this one: The Peppers -- Bringing It Down (here on YouTube: ... See full review
posted a comment on Tensal - The Judgment EP. about 1 year ago
The name of the EP is actually misspelled as "The Judgment" and not "Judgement" as it is correctly spelled here. See the image of the record label posted here.
posted a comment on Fatboy Slim - Better Living Through Chemistry. over 2 years ago
To add a further correction: The Beastie Boys used the same sample from Loran's Dance before Jestofunk on To All The Girls of off Paul's Boutique from 1989.

EDIT: I see now that DJMRST has already cited this.
posted a comment on Architechs Feat. Nana - Body Groove. over 2 years ago
There is absolutely no way your comment was intended to go with this particular song.
posted a comment on Armand Van Helden - Extra Dimensional. over 2 years ago
The term 'blatant ripoff' really fits the bill here with the track Oz Moses. It is a poor attempt at re-making Bobby Konders' acid classic Nervous Acid. Jarring hi-hats that sound way too loud in place of that classic, bubbling acid riff. Not sure if ... See full review
posted a comment on Three Chairs. over 3 years ago
Was there ever a 3CH05 release? Haven't been able to find another website with their release info.
posted a comment on Karen Finley - Tales Of Taboo. over 3 years ago
Did it take you 13 years to come up with that or are you finally getting over being insulted and now feel that you can talk about it?
posted a comment on Tango And Ratty* - Tales From The Darkside. over 3 years ago
Is it Liquid - Liquid Is Liquid you're looking for? Release: https://www.discogs.com/Liquid-Liquid-EP/master/227188
But it's been over 2 years, so maybe you've since found it.
posted a comment on Mosaic. over 4 years ago
Makes perfect sense. Thanks.
posted a comment on Godspeed You Black Emperor!. over 4 years ago
It is. Under *Real Name* at the top of the page it is spelt with the ! after You. But I'm unsure of why this alternate version is used as the main on the page.
posted a comment on Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons* - The Night. over 4 years ago
www.whosampled.com is always a good source for checking questions like this out.
posted a comment on Mosaic. over 4 years ago
Is there a MOSAIC020 release?
posted a comment that has since been deleted. over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Various - Hardcore Traxx: Dance Mania Records 1986-1997. over 4 years ago
With just a few more tears you'll have enough lube to beat it to your original DM pressings!
posted a comment on Various - Hardcore Traxx: Dance Mania Records 1986-1997. over 5 years ago
Hey, everybody! This guy has original pressings. See? Nobody cares. And as a rule, if you want distance yourself from hipsters, try not sounding like one by being the guy saying you liked something before it blew up. You're telling other users they ... See full review
posted a comment on Punkin Machine - I Need You Tonight. over 5 years ago
Just wanted to point out that the song by the Joubert Singers is 'Stand On The Word'. Not being pedantic, as I'm sure you're well aware of the actual title, but for others who might be interested in looking up this gem and giving it a listen.
posted a comment on Slam - Movement. over 6 years ago
A little back story as to how the EP came to be named, which is really great at it is also a nod to Movement aka DEMF (Detroit Electronic Music Festival)

Huffington Post: This is a big week for you with a new release out on Drumcode and three dates in ... See full review
posted a comment on Daft Punk - Homework. over 7 years ago
Buddy, you were called out as a troll but denied that you were. The only other option is that you're a hipster. Oh my god, that's it! You are an elitist hipster - possibly one who's in denial. I will bet you $50 that one of those artists Daft Punk ... See full review
posted a comment on Underworld - Moaner. over 7 years ago
Warpytrauma, I disagree with you as much as I've ever disagreed with anything. The fact the you called this "noise", completely baffles me. This is nothing but a solid, hard-driving techno track that consumes you. It's like chasing a pot of esspresso ... See full review
posted a comment on Timo Maas - Der Schieber. over 8 years ago
For the trainspotters, you will notice that 'Der Schieber 2' samples heavily from the song 'Treatment Feel' by Minimal Man.
posted a comment on Aril Brikha - Art Of Vengeance EP. over 8 years ago
Had a chance to see Brikha play at the Detroit Electronic Music Fest this year (2011), and expectedly, when Groove La'Chord dropped, the crowd absolutely lost it. This track gets quite a bit of airplay on the radio in Detroit, but not from where you ... See full review
posted a comment on Duck Sauce - Big Bad Wolf. over 8 years ago
I was just coming here to post that this reminded me exactly of The Witch Doktor, which by the way this song doesn't even hold a candle to. Super cheap remake, is what it is..

Not too sure what they person beneath is talking about though when he's ... See full review
posted a review of Matthew Dear - Dog Days: The Robsoul Remixes. over 11 years ago
I can only shake my head at Spectral and wonder what they were thinking. The original version of Dog Days was just so great that to release these, in my opinion, very sub-par and uninspired mixes is to do a dis-service to the original.

The vocals ... See full review
posted a review of Cold - Strobelight Network (Rmxs 2). over 12 years ago
Dominik Eulberg and Gabriel Ananda have hit the nail on the head with this remix. A beautiful track. It knocks you back as soon as it starts with a deep driving bass, that slowly fades out only to come back in just as hard, but this time accompanied ... See full review
posted a review of Jussi Soro - Backlash. over 13 years ago
While Jussi's style may be listed as uplifting trance with influences by progressive house and techno, it certainly does not come through in his production. This release sounds as if it was recorded on location back in '98. This is not to say it's not ... See full review
posted a review of Dahlbäck And Dahlbäck* - Sweden 1 Canada 0. over 13 years ago
Does Forsberg truly 'love the acid'? Nobody really knows, and he ain't talkin! But that does little to take away from this very slamming A side! Think Josh Wink's 'Higher State' meets Richie Hawtin's 'Slak\Kriket' chugging along at a solid ... See full review
posted a review of W.B.* - Nativetonguetwisterhood / Gottogoaway. over 13 years ago
Two very decent tracks laid down here by the Wighnomy Bros. They both contain that deep Wighnomy bass, that just seems to draw you unsuspectingly into the song. As noted, side a contains a sample of the previously well used Jungle Brothers track "I'll ... See full review
posted a review of Alan Braxe & Fred Falke - Intro. over 13 years ago
In my opinion, the sample used in 'Intro' from 'Crush On You' by The Jets is brilliant. It conjures up so many heart racing feelings all at once. It brings a sense of euphoric relaxation over the listener, but makes you want to head to the nearest ... See full review
posted a review of Todd Edwards - When Your Alone. over 14 years ago
Didn't anybody bother telling Todd Edwards that when releasing anything with printed text on it to always check for spelling errors, or in this case, grammatical errors? ie: "When YOU'RE Alone" Todd, c'mon...

Anyhow, musically speaking, this ... See full review
posted a review of Steve Angello - Tribal Inc. / Humanity 2 Man. over 14 years ago
You will need a discerning ear to distinguish the "remixes" from the originals on this one. Apart from thowing an extra layer of tribal-type drum sounds over what was already there, this will leave you thinking you're listening to a tribute album more ... See full review
posted a review of Alex Smoke - Don't See The Point. over 14 years ago
'Don't See The Point' can easily be described as a lush and beautiful song. Underwater chords and a hypnotic, brooding voice come together in a perfect blend to entrance the listener. This release rides a fine line between minimal tech-house, and ... See full review
posted a review of Circulation - Cherry. over 14 years ago
One of my personal favourite Circulation tunes. Side A has this wicked awesome feel to it, with what sounds like an out of tune organ being played by none other than the Phantom of the Opera, followed up by a deep bass kick, and then the song just takes ... See full review
posted a review of Roland Klinkenberg - Monday Groove / T.K.O.. over 14 years ago
Monday Groove is an ok tune, but WOW! does T.K.O. ever have a really sweet acid feel to it. Sounds like something that Richie Hawtin would bust out during a set. A nice deep bass line, and an acid hook that makes you wanna call home to make sure your ... See full review
posted a review of Fatboy Slim. over 15 years ago
Why all the discussion about "You've Come A Long Way Baby"? Has everyone forgotten about "Better Living Through Chemistry"? In my opinion that was his best album. It seemed that each one after that became a little less listenable than the previous, ... See full review
posted a review of The Prodigy - Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned. over 15 years ago
Hearing this album brought back flashes of the first time that I listened to Armand Van Helden's '2 Future 4 U'. It seemed like Liam and Armand were both on the verge of something decent sounding, but just couldn't pull it all together. You can hear ... See full review