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submitted Peet Need* & Dennis Vd Berg - Baldeejays Vol. 5. over 2 years ago
submitted Peet Need* & Dennis Vd Berg - Baldeejays Vol. 3. over 3 years ago
submitted Smackos - Pacific Northwest Sasquatch Research. over 3 years ago
submitted Keen K / Infinity Night - Split Dimension 1. over 3 years ago
submitted Keen K / Infinity Night - Split Dimension 2. over 3 years ago
submitted Infinity Night - Disco Monolead. over 3 years ago
submitted Infinity Night - The Lost Tracks. over 3 years ago
submitted Giovanotti Mondani Meccanici - GMM Suite. over 4 years ago
submitted Various - 7 Inch Triple Pack. over 4 years ago
submitted The Caretaker - Patience (After Sebald). over 4 years ago
posted a comment on Between The Sheets - Late Night Radio. over 5 years ago
Looks like some were released with the cat number BTL 84503

http://www.musik-sammler.de/album/116012
submitted Flemming Dalum - Hot Italo Nights. over 5 years ago
submitted Babla - Babla's Disco Sensation. over 5 years ago
submitted Fabio Frizzi - Zombi 2 / Zombie Flesh Eaters. over 5 years ago
posted a comment on Bunker Records. over 5 years ago
Bunker 008 video is here http://www.youtube.com/user/unitmoebius
posted a review of G.D. Luxxe - Submission. over 11 years ago
Cracking album from Gerhard Potuznik. Sounds like a collection of lost New Order tracks, though the vocals veer into Ian Curtis territory sometimes too.

They didn't have much luck with the pressing of this album; in addition to the missing track on ... See full review
posted a review of Experimental Products - Glowing In The Dark. over 12 years ago
Don't you just love Gigolo Records? How any label can put one side of a record an absolutely blinding classic electro-pop tune and on the other a remix that dredges the very depths of 'electrocla$h'. The 'Play Paul Mix' embodies everything that has ... See full review
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posted a review of T.E.T. - Ear. over 12 years ago
If you are expecting the Octagon Man remix to be in any way like his usual stuff, you will be disappointed. Not sure why J. Saul Kane decided to use the Octagon Man credit as the 'Siphoned' remix is more like a stripped down edit as opposed the Octagon ... See full review
posted a review of Bisca - Learn. over 12 years ago
From press sheet: "Vinyl Solution present 127 BPM of blood. A story of pain, terror... and pleasure. Suspense drama hardcore action. More mental than mental.
There is no escape. A web of sound injecting spastic dischord. First it controls your mind, ... See full review
posted a review of DJ Icey - Freaks In Da House. over 12 years ago
The bass on the title track is pretty much ripped from 'Cutslo (Lokuste Remix)' by Ed Rush , Optical & Fierce.
I would have let it off if not for the cheesy MCing before it kicks in. Not one of Mr. Icey's finest moments, you're better checking the ... See full review
posted a review of Gorse. over 13 years ago
"In 1974 a crack musical duo were sent to a home for a conviction they never had. These men promptly escaped to the cornish underground where they survived as singers of fortune. If you need a group and no one else can help maybe you should call ... See full review
posted a review of Revolting Cocks - (Let's Get) Physical. over 13 years ago
This release was also available as a white label 12" that Wax Trax! pressed but never officially released. There are four different cover variations of this release, with each containing the same songs. The first version, extra copies of which were ... See full review
posted a review of Mandroid - Jimmy's Lazer Beat. over 13 years ago
Having grown up with the bacofoil clad marathon runner on such luminary TV shows as 'Jim'll Fix It' & 'Top of the Pops' words cannot describe how funny this record is. As well as including the original mix of 'Nightmare' that is far superior to the remix ... See full review
posted a review of Various - Tequila Slammers And The Jump Jump Groove Generation. over 13 years ago
Excellent compilation that is sadly much overlooked nowadays, probably due to the fact that most people have forgotten that WARP used to make music you could actually dance to.
posted a review of Demon Vs Heartbreaker - You Are My High Remixes. over 13 years ago
The remixes in my opinion blow the original out of the water by a mile, (but then again once you've heard one filtered french house track you've pretty much heard them all). The Vitalic mix is in true 'Poney' stylee but the real surprise is the Money ... See full review
posted a review of Mick Wills - Atomic EP. over 13 years ago
Calling All Boys is a cover of an old NRG track of the same name by The Flirts, produced no-doubt by Bobby Orlando as they all tended to be.
posted a review of Hong Kong Counterfeit - Plastic Doll. over 13 years ago
Originally an italo disco anthem released back in the day by Dharma. Sounds like the song that every recent Kylie Minogue release wishes it was.
posted a review of Mandroid - Electro Freaks Rehab Clinic. over 13 years ago
First full-length album on Breakin', produced by Adrian D. Rataj alias Mandroid. Wicked mixture of deep electro, funky old-school and electronic beats with vocoders everywhere and beautiful melodies and strings. Single vinyl but cut loud enough to play ... See full review
posted a review of Malefic - Drilla Killa / Doomed!. over 13 years ago
Breakin's only hardcore breakbeat release!
Two dark, fast and scary hardcore tracks from Malefic, with electro remixes on the other side.
posted a review of V/Vm - Shoplift. over 14 years ago
Were these ever actually placed in any shops? I had a copy myself. I was handed it by Jim and Andy outside an event in Manchester cathedral a few years back. (The one with the notorious Gescom Minidisc performance). What 'Shoplift' actually was, was a ... See full review
posted a review of Brad Strider* - Bradley's Beat. over 14 years ago
Note that on the Mike Paradinas' 'Gary Moscheles' album the track 'Goodbye Jazz People' he credits Jake Slazenger and Bradley Strider. I can only assume then that they are both recording names for Mike Paradinas.
posted a review of Malefic - Drilla Killa / Doomed!. over 14 years ago
If anyone was wondering where the sample 'We gotta stand up, and fight back now...' was from, it's from the abysmal 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' remake and was said by Forrest Whittaker, albeit pitched down a bit.