bronzone
» » Deetron - The Recuts (Part 1)

Deetron - The Recuts (Part 1)

Deetron - The Recuts (Part 1)
  • Performer Deetron
  • Title The Recuts (Part 1)
  • Date of release 26 Apr 2004
  • Country Switzerland
  • Style Tribal, Techno
  • Label Phont Music
  • Catalog number PM33
  • Other formats Vinyl, 12"
  • Genre Electronic
  • Size MP3 2210 mb
  • Size FLAC 2009 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 665

Tracklist

1Main Game (Gary Martin Remix)
Remix – Gary Martin
2Velocity (Adam Beyer Remix)
Remix – Adam Beyer
3Robotics (Ben Sims Remix)
Remix – Ben Sims

Credits

  • Mastered ByGuy Davie
  • Producer, Written-BySam Geiser

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 8 07297 10731 9
  • Barcode: 807297107319

Companies

  • Distributed By – interGROOVE

Video

Album

The Recuts, Pt. You may submit artist- and album-related corrections to the TiVo data team by following the steps on this page. For other feedback please visit our GetSatisfaction page. Please note that we cannot respond to address or phone information requests for any person identified in our database, nor can we forward fan mail. Due to the extremely high volume of messages received and the small size of our team, we unfortunately cannot guarantee that we will be able to respond or take action in every case. The Undertones is the 1979 debut album by The Undertones. The album was recorded at Eden Studios in Acton, West London in January 1979 and was released on 13 May that year. The original release included just one single release: Jimmy Jimmy and an album version of Here Comes The Summer, which was never released as a single. A re-released version of the album housed in an alternate sleeve, was issued in October 1979. The re-released album also included The Undertones' first two singles: Teenage. Choose Me by Deetron feat. Steve Spacek, released 13 April 2018 1. Choose Me 2. Deetron feat. Steve Spacek - Choose Me Instrumental Version 3. Steve Spacek - Choose Me Jupiter Version 4. Steve Spacek - Choose Me Jupiter Instrumental Version Following from Deetrons accomplished entry in to the DJ-Kicks mix series, K7 are now serving up one of the original singles from it. Produced by the Swiss artist and featuring soul futurist Steve Spacek, it comes with the original and three vital versions. Entitled Choose Me, the single is six tender minutes of musical. The recuts part 1. 12 Vinyl D. Phont Music, PM33. Classic Techno 2004 The Recuts Part 1 Etichetta: Phont Music - PM33 Nazione: Switzerland Rilasciato: 26 Apr 2004 Genere: Electronic Stile: Tribal, more: Techno DEETRON Phont Music. Copy and paste the HTML below to your websiteblog . Покупка Deetron - The Recuts Part 2 - Phont Music - 12 - PM 37, включает Silk Cut Funk D' Void Remix, Silk Cut John Tejada Remix, Emphasis Vince Watson Remix. Our real-world shop is located here: Nieuwe Nieuwstraat 21-hs in Luggage Depot shop 1012NG, Amsterdam 31 20 223 03 42. For special enquiries please contact us through killacutz. At this moment we are working on new prices for shipping, we always try to find the best option for you So the shipping price could be a bit different. Thanks for understanding. 2019 сингл Gerd Janson & Carl Cox Remixes. FIGURE JAMS 007. Raveline Mix Session By Deetron. Circus X Part Two. Deetron - The Recuts Part 1. Swedish 12 - Phont Music PHONT0336. Phont Music PHONT0336 Vinyl Records the recuts part 1. Use the HTFR Wishlist to bookmark Vinyl and CDs. Out of stock. MR126802. Insured UK shipping . worldwide rates will be calculated at checkout stage. Artist, Group: Deetron. Be the first customer to review Deetron - The Recuts Part 1. Your NameNickname: Your Rating: Not rated 1 - Very poor 2 - Poor 3 - OK 4 - Good 5 - Very good. Review Title: Your Review: Confirmation: Please type the word shown: HTFR reserves the right to modify or moderate your review

Discussions of the Deetron - The Recuts (Part 1) Album


Windworker
Take 3 diverse cuts from one of the premiere techno producers on the scene (Deetron), hand them over to 3 studio masterminds (Gary Martin, Ben Sims and Adam Bayer) and what do you end up with? One of the most solid releases you are likely to hear in 2004. Ben Sims kicks things off with a rough, hypnotic romp through repetitive beats, Latin flavored stabs and general mayhem, but it is on Adam Bayer’s remix of “Velocity” where the project really comes together. Pumpin’ percussion, a sexy bassline and enough driving energy and power to move the most reluctant crowd to the dancefloor, this track is not only top of my chart but in heavy rotation at each and every gig. Stunning release.