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Catno

SM23-04

Formats

1x Vinyl 12" 33 ⅓ RPM EP Reissue Remastered

Country

Germany

Release date

Jul 3, 2022

Another much needed remastered re-issue from the godfathers of the Hague's industrial techno/planet rock scene – Unit Moebius. Originally released in '96.

When hearing this material today and realizing it was originally released in '96, one can't fail to acknowledge the timelessness of these sounds – clearly illustrating how ahead of their time these productions were. Ranging from 130 to 145 BPM this EP presents a solid study in synthetic rhythm and percussion layers masterfully juxtaposed with unidentifiable electronic noises and nuances. A trademark sound signature of their own. Unmistakeable Spiral Tribe from a special era in party culture brought back when we need it the most – forward the revolution.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: M

15.49€*

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A1

Sensor

6:37

A2

Radar

6:08

B1

Antenna

6:10

B2

Probe

5:15

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