Vinyljunkie - generic fuckwit - usual bollocks.

'In general, someone is a thing of value if and only if he or she is willing to submit to whatever degradation and abuse is required to preserve that position. Anything less betrays a lack of commitment'

'fundamental question of human existence #1: what the fuck is death all about, anyway? is it the nap after a hard day's work? is it the reward for staying alive long enough to crave it? maybe the punchline to an over-long joke ("so, you've spent 40 years getting your shit together, probably didn't count on this, did you, motherfucker? hahahaha!") fundamental question of human existence #2: do we deserve the consequences of our actions, or are we fucked from day one? revenge is the motivator, the sleep is the payoff.'
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posted a review of Skinny Puppy - Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse. over 5 years ago
As someone else has written, this is also my favourite SP album. It has all the right noises in all the right places - it has a kind of tortured beauty to it - compare the first track 'one time one place' with it's synth trickling away over the top of ... See full review
posted a comment on Pzylo. over 5 years ago
+1 hehehe

top top stuff 11/10
:D
posted a review of D.A.V.E. The Drummer And K.N.* - Jack Me / Worldwide Acid. over 5 years ago
wicked throbbing bass, phat as f@#k shredding 303 abuse that sounds wicked every time... no movie or cheesy tune samples to tire of - definition of the UK acid sound?? for me the best SUF piece of vinyl produced.
& the B is pretty good too...
(edit:) ... See full review
posted a comment on Fat Hop. over 5 years ago
Mr. J Hill gettin' fresher than ever! all nice pieces of wax.... keep em comin!!
posted a comment on Alexi Delano - The Acid Sessions. over 5 years ago
really nice tunes - I like :D
posted a review of Agaric (2) & Ecco - Untitled. over 5 years ago
Wicked little 10"; Both tracks are lovely pieces of bass-work (the A perhaps a little more pounding, the B a little funkier) - crafted expertly with the bleeps blips and percussion all woven beautifully together - always makes a dancefloor shake it's ... See full review
posted a review of D.A.V.E. The Drummer + Ant - Hydraulix 38. over 5 years ago
phat as f@*k! Kinda on a J. Hill style booty bass tip on the number side, sample sets it up perfectly for a diirty synth drop - wanna see a crowd go off? drop this record - it's mint. 5/5
posted a comment on Liza N. Eliaz* - G-Spot. over 5 years ago
Anyone know if you can get these tracks (esp. 'grab this') on any other wax?
want + 5!!
posted a comment on Roots Manuva - 4everevolution. over 5 years ago
phresh as phunk! Mr Manuva back on top!

weird vinyl pressing though - plays absolutely fine but looks like someone ate their egg and chips off my vinyl before I opened it....? compared it with other shop stock and they were the same; odd.
posted a review of N-Dubz. over 5 years ago
They write their own songs, insist on always playing live; o.k it's not my cup of tea but if I flick thru a music channel I'd rather hear them than some of the other godawful shite out there; and I find em pretty funny as people. There is far far ... See full review
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posted a comment on Nine Inch Nails. over 5 years ago
He should rightly be referred to as a man who used other people's ideas and made them into his own million dollar gravy train (gravy being young people's 'angst')
Boring on CD,LP, boring live, just generally tedious; you gotta, however, admire the guy ... See full review
posted a comment on Dancefloor Outlaws* / Coldvet - Zorba / Exploding Time. over 5 years ago
Wicked little 7", using my vinyl ball I see this played as an opener to a lot of drum and bass sets...
posted a comment on Example - Changed The Way You Kiss Me. over 5 years ago
I've not heard any of this guys music other than this track, which I stumbled across on TV earlier - what the fuck is this? it was introduced as 'London rapper example and his new track...' - is this rap music now? shite trance with a bit (I must admit) ... See full review
posted a comment on Skinny Puppy - Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse. over 5 years ago
Agreed - this is also my favourite SP album; it has all the right noises in all the right places - it has a kind of tortured beauty to it - compare the first track 'one time one place' with it's synth trickling away over the top of pounding drums and ... See full review
posted a comment on Luke's Anger - Warble Tone. over 5 years ago
wicked bass, wicked sample, both sides are quality - just grab it and listen...
posted a comment on Styly Cee & Cappo - The Fallout. over 5 years ago
agreed - 2011 proving to be a major year in UKHH with this monster, and on a different but still world class tip, Jehst's 'Dragon...' LP.

Much respect for the efforts to get it out on wax as well.. quality.
posted a comment on Jehst - The Dragon Of An Ordinary Family. over 6 years ago
Goddamn this is a masterpiece - the sound of a great artist at the top of their game - phat, in ya face freaky hip-hop beats slugging it out with Jehst's lyrical genius. No need to deconstruct the LP, all that people need to know is that by not hearing ... See full review
posted a comment on Kid606 - Songs About Fucking Steve Albini. over 6 years ago
This album wins hands down for the Record Shop Let Down award - I was laughing my ass off at the cover & the concept - then i asked the shop owner if I could have a listen.... after a fair while of 'drone' I asked the guy if this whole album was gonna be ... See full review
posted a review of Ultramarine - United Kingdoms. over 6 years ago
Lush, sublime, completely original and so special; I love this album for so many reasons. It's perfect music for it's pure unadulterated listening pleasure, and also perfect for whatever time on a sunday/monday/tuesday when you get home :) The uplifting ... See full review
posted a comment on DJ Shepdog - Blud & Mia / Witness The Flava. over 6 years ago
Can anyone please tell me where the vocals are from on 'Witness The Flava'? I recognise some of the voices; would like to know which track/s have been used over Lord Gosh' beat.
Would be much appreciated!
posted a review of The Skints - Up Against The Wall. over 6 years ago
nice nice work! Top skanking reggae-ska-punk on the A with everything working properly, including a sweet female vocal. The remix is Mad Professor at his weird dub-madman best, a sweet filtered dub reworking of the A with the female vocal used *cough* ... See full review
posted a review of The Apples (2) - Kings. over 6 years ago
Apples... i don't like your new album! no, i do like it. hang on, another listen... goddamnit! I really want to like it but it just doesn't grab me like the first two LP's; they have such an energy about them - I can't help but smile and wanna dance when ... See full review
posted a review of Noctilucence Vs. Dave Parkinson / Marina (2) & 'Bad Boy' Pete* - Red Stripe And Northern Lights / Satellite MK3974. over 6 years ago
f'in banging techno served up on the E-Side, big nasty synth stabs, rolling bass and a thumping kick (one the Getafix crew are particularly adept at) a voice yelling 'control' over the top finishes it off; proper good tune and carried off well, like a ... See full review
posted a review of Lochi - Right Now. over 7 years ago
I would totally agree with the fellow reviewer that this release contains 4 absolutely quality tracks, I would however disagree that this doesn't sound like 'tradtional' Routemaster releases. What you've got here is 4 tracks in the mold of relentless ... See full review
posted a review of Rowland The Bastard & Simon Frankland - Your Mother Would'nt Like It / Method In Your Madness. over 7 years ago
The A here is a good track, nice ripply 303's - maybe more famous for its sample and remix (released later) - but the AA side is a classic slab of wax more in the grin-your-face-off let's 'av it style of the COSHH releases, rather than the frantic acid ... See full review
posted a review of Atari Teenage Riot - Live At Brixton Academy 1999. over 7 years ago
Piss funny and completely outrageous; The band seemed to be revved up to antagonise the audience to the max, they were supporting Nine Inch Nails, and completely overshadowed the shoegazing tedious 'Industrial' show with all it's glitz and glamour that ... See full review
posted a review of Items & Things. over 8 years ago
This is a lovely little techno label, each one of the three (Edit: at time of writing) of these beautifully wigged out pieces of wax contain beautifully crafted tracks; On IT 01 there's the sublime 'Coma Couch Surfing' by Konrad Black which I've played ... See full review
posted a review of XPDIGIFLEX.REC. over 8 years ago
Before anything else; someone has really gone to the effort of opening a new account (seemingly) called 'DIE DIGIFLEXDIE' or something similar and used it to slag off XPD for reissuing records - how petty and pathetic can you get, really?

The issue of ... See full review
posted a review of M.A.N.D.Y. vs. Booka Shade Feat. Laurie Anderson - O Superman Remixes / Vinyl 1. over 8 years ago
I love O superman as a tune, and any remix of it is gonna get my ears open! The Matt John Remix is really good; a nice piece of minimal with quality bass work, a tune to shake your ass to in a git down! fashion. But what I'm after here is clever use of ... See full review
posted a review of Filter Code - Human Dance. over 8 years ago
I searched for this record for a long while, fully expecting it to be at least £10; in the end I got it for £4 odd - bonus!
The A-side 'Human Dance (organic mix)' is a nice techno tune, some good sonics flying around in the mix before a piano line takes ... See full review
posted a review of Jehst - Falling Down. over 8 years ago
This is a proper quality release on Low Life, I caned it on my 'Tables for a long time; The tunes are deep and perfectly produced with Jehst and co's lyrics flowing strong. The album is immediately engaging - intro track is a head nodding opener making ... See full review
posted a review of Franco Cinelli - Acid Tracks EP. over 8 years ago
This is a really nice piece of acidy minimal - squishy 303 acid lines and pounding kick drums leave you rocking from back to front side to side and generally grinning all over! Works equally as good on it's own or as a tool in a 3-4 deck set, the bass ... See full review
posted a review of The Apples (2). over 8 years ago
If you've not heard this band yet do whatever it takes to get your ears on some Apples! Mind-blowingly ass-shakingly funky as funk music to make your body MOVE! The energy on all their records is amazing, as is the muscianship and production; huge brass ... See full review
posted a review of Madonna - Like A Virgin / Stay. over 8 years ago
This song is genius, utterly filthy and perhaps one of the best recordings ever pulled off (literally) by the music industry. You've got the sleazy bassline at the start, which then gives way to Madonna's vocals; clearly recorded deliberately to make her ... See full review
posted a comment on Skinny Puppy. over 9 years ago
As your attorney I recommend 1 copy of 'Ain't It Dead Yet?' A live album of SP at their best, almost an industrial orchestral piece, and 1 copy of 'Back and Forth Vol. 3 & 4' (3 is awesome dark electronica, 4 is SP more live wickedness) shut your eyes, ... See full review
posted a review of Braindead (9) - Fuck Stuff Up / Neck Acid You Fuckers!!. over 9 years ago
Fuck Stuff Up is a very fast acid gabba tune, nicely done with a deep distorted 303 kicking in about halfway through and climaxing with full on gabba screechiness. Neck Acid.. is my favourite on this release, fast enough to be pitched up for a gabba set, ... See full review
posted a review of Skank - Fuck You!. over 9 years ago
The sample from 'fuck you' just about says it all.. 'if you don't like acid... you can fuck off!' Brilliant release on this label, 'fuck you' is a hard as nails acid track, a fierce kick drum and skank's trademark 303 abuse. For me though 'the addicts ... See full review
posted a review of Chris Liberator - Typhoon. over 9 years ago
acid techno classic - up there with the best Routemaster, Stay Up Forever etc. tunes. The A-Side is a nice acid rumbler, but the B really kicks off. A lovely techy build up gives way to what sounds like some kind of deranged elephant stomping out the ... See full review