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submitted C/Sphere - Krell / Ural Altaic - 8 AM. 10 months ago
submitted Queens Of The Stone Age - Queens Of The Stone Age. 10 months ago
posted a comment on The KLF - Chill Out. over 3 years ago
All the piss take aside, the KLF did something magical here.
For so many years before, both Jimmy and Bill pushed onto the consumer how much the music industry was tainted.
It conceded in this recording.

A remarkable album. Something that set a... See full review
posted a comment on Rhythim Is Rhythim - Icon / Kao-Tic Harmony. over 3 years ago
It is hard not to shed a small tear when playing this record. Icon for me. is Derrick May's best work. No matter what you think of May, he nailed this release. Big up to Carl for his input into this record too.
posted a comment on Freddie Fresh & Friends* - Analog Space Funk. over 4 years ago
"That Good Old Electroflair".....
Great album, worth it just for this...
posted a comment on Various - Equinox Chapter One. over 4 years ago
As far as i know, this Retroactive release with the cat number CAD 004.1 has the original version of 'The Climax' from B.F.C.
This is not the mix that most would be familiar with and as far as i know, Retroactive is the only label that released this... See full review
posted a comment on Mescalinum United / The Mover - Planet Core Productions Special Double AA Side. over 4 years ago
Frankie, it is now 2017 like you stated in the above post. Acardipane's future thinking from 1991 is still as relevant now, as it was then. Menacing sounds, that have stood the test of time.
posted a comment on Television - Marquee Moon. over 4 years ago
No, mine has A and B as they should be.
submitted Nomadico - Gentefication EP. over 5 years ago
posted a comment on Anthony Shakir - What, Me Worry?. over 5 years ago
Anthony Shakir is one of those Detroit artists that breaks the boundaries of the techno sound, that is synonymous from this home city of the 4x4, forward thinking electronic music.

This release show's his innervation, at bringing sounds that make the... See full review
posted a comment on Blake Baxter - Crimes Of The Heart. over 5 years ago
'Crimes Of The Heart' is a complete journey into Detroit techno.
submitted Stasis - Point Of No Return!. over 6 years ago
posted a comment on Agent-X - Mission 1. over 6 years ago
The track for me on this 12" is 'Dig This'.
With a touch of Mike Banks on this release from Shockwave Records, Agent X 's Mission 1 is worth it for any UR collection.
posted a comment on Model 500 - The Chase. over 6 years ago
Is it just me, or is this a bad pressing?
Damn good record, Juan's mix is something that needs your turntables attention.
posted a review of Horizon 222 - Through The Round Window. over 16 years ago
This is the best work to date in my opinion from Horizon 222. Has all the great elements of Zoviet France.
This LP reminds me of some of Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia sounds. Very mellow ambient trance, with strong dub and experimental textures.
Tracks... See full review
posted a review of Paper Clip People* - Oscillator - Electronic Flirtation Device. over 16 years ago
Oscillator is just a wonderfull Detroit track. Warm synths, fantastic drum programing and a sublime build-up that goes crazy at the end.
This Retroactive release is a bit more up beat than other Retroactive 12", but do not let that stop you from... See full review
posted a review of C. J. Bolland* - Ravesignal III. over 16 years ago
HORSEPOWER (remix) is euro tech at its best.. Bolland's best work in my opinion. The original mix is great, but this mix is PERFECT.. Sends shivers up my spine every time I hear it..
One of the best intro's in a track ever...
Worth buying it if you... See full review
posted a review of Ravebusters - Powerplant. over 16 years ago
Powerplant (Clubmix), was a huge anthem during the Melbourne warehouse rave scene during the golden years of 1991 and 1992..
The Techno mix is good, and the B side tracks are cool, but the clubmix rocks bigtime...

CLASSIC RAVE...
posted a review of Mental Mayhem - Where Are They Hiding / Joey's Riot. over 16 years ago
What a fantastic 12". Joey had the 'GOLDEN TOUCH' back in the early 90's.

JOEY'S RIOT is a classic, complete with KRAFTWERK samples.

But the track for me is WHERE ARE THEY HIDING. Produced by JOEY BELTRAM and FRANKIE BONES. Has some movie... See full review
posted a review of 33 1/3 Queen - Volume One. over 17 years ago
"Searchin'" is a top track, But the one for me is "Breakin Wind". Allways put's a smile on my dial. Was a big floor filler back in Melbourne 1991. Something that is so simple, but so current in sound. Sounds like DAFT PUNK style disco loop. For me,... See full review