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Just bought the new single

Loogie from UK on 2001-07-30 19:50 [#00018737]

Track one is superb! The first dancable track in a long
time. He's succeeded in sounding not at all like himself,
well you know what I mean.
Track two is ok.
Track three does funny things to your ears if listen at high


W on 2001-07-30 19:57 [#00018739]

Jace! Track #1 does indeed "spank the funk monkey".


Loogie from UK on 2001-07-30 19:59 [#00018740]

P.S. Does anyone know what the two tracks are remixes of????


Phobiazero from Sweden on 2001-07-30 20:07 [#00018743]

Probably Flow Coma remixes... but I can't confirm it yet.


=|R3FL3X|= from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on 2001-07-30 20:26 [#00018745]

Yup. Thats what they are mixed from. Sounds like eh???


seanc from ENGLAND on 2001-07-30 20:57 [#00018747]

flow coma - 808 State.


seanc from ENGLAND on 2001-07-30 21:00 [#00018748]

flow coma - 808 State.


Loogie from UK on 2001-07-30 22:34 [#00018756]

Ah yes, now I see. That'll be why it doesn't sound like yer
typical 'phex...

Bought Bola - "Soup" album too, quite like it. What do
others think?


pauwl from the studio on 2001-07-30 22:39 [#00018757]

good album that Bola - Soup, very moody, i like.


Rob.E. from London on 2001-07-30 23:23 [#00018765]

Second track sounds like a remix of the old acid house track
called "Box Energy"by DJ Pierre(Which i have ,and still play


No Body on 2001-07-31 02:38 [#00018797]

The second track == Brain Melt. You have to play it loud to
appreciate the amplitude trickery when the middle hits.


bill from mi brane on 2001-07-31 02:45 [#00018798]

"Box Energy"by DJ Pierre(Which i have ,and still play

why blush!
that tune is superb.
old doesn't mean bad.
in fact, it's the start of the house/techno scene - it may
sound minimal but it's pure. frsh. inspiring. sad that the
kids don't understand.

house came about as an update of r&b and disco. elements
from electro and developments in technology evolved a full
frequency range of soul. this developed into the
pathetically-named IDM genre. please let's start a campaign
against IDM - what about Abstract Dance, a description
originated by the old London pirate radio stations?


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