EP for the week of 12/07/03: Unknown RSN-69

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  1. 1992

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    New Feature: EP of the week! Thats right, I'll be encoding one of my own hardcore records every week in December 2003 and January 2004. These will be high quality 256kbps rips and each "EP" will feature all the tracks on that EP, even if they suck. The idea came to me to do this after I saw my friend Chris Julio was doing this and the fact that theres lots of a** holes on the net these days selling these records for incredibly high prices (even the filler tunes). So due to this, owning some of these records has become financially impossible. Hopefully this feature will make a dent in this problem which as become as problematic as spam email. Spinning MP3s in a set has never been easier either. Theres lots of products available at the moment which can make this do-able and affordable. I now have a computer with a CDR burner and for Xmas I'm getting a Numark Axis-2 CDR deck ($200.00) with pitch features. So lets kick these UK 'Xpensivecore (2nd hand market) a** holes in the nuts and download n' spin away these files!

    For this week 12/07/03, I have encoded a very strange white label that I picked up at Break Beat Science in the late 90s. This was before the massive price gouging that has plagued the entire '1992 loving scene' ever since so this one only cost me $10.00 which is very reasonable.

    I have no idea who made this record, what the names of the tunes are, or what the label RSN even is. What I do know is this record must have been made with Easygroove in mind as its exactly the style of hard jungle tekno I would expect to hear in one of his sets. Tracks A1 and A2 are nearly the same, both very hard hitting jungle tekno with amen loops and crazy acid riffs. Track B1 is simmilar to the A side only is much more sparse and dark where the FM Bass loop takes center stage. Track B2 is a beatless version of B1, its almost as if this artist was begging DJs out there to remix this track as its just asking for it. For a while I had that FM loop as the "greeting" sound my computer plays when its turned on.

    Artist: Unknown
    EP Title: Unknown
    Track A1
    Track A2
    Track B1
    Track B2
    Label: Rising High Records
    Catalog Number: RSN-69

    N-Joi! :gslayer:
     
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  3. Purity Control

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    RSN? Might it be Rising High Records?

    According to this page, RSN 69 is "Edible Pumas" by Minimalistic Source... but who the hell knows. It is a possibility according to discogs.com -- apparently the B1 and B2 tracks are named "Girl On Top" and "Girls On Top" respectively, which would fit with your description...

    It would be really funny if it is in fact that record -- apparently Minimalistic Source is a collaboration between Pascal FEOS and Pete Namlook, a couple of German artists who are more well known for their ambient releases (Pete Namlook owns the FAX label) and their trance output (Pascal FEOS being one half of Resistance D, a group that's done quite a few of my favorite oldskool trance records).
     
  4. 1992

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    WOW! Thats funny you say that Chris because this record is right next to 4 Voice (Pete Namlook) "Move" (FAX PIC08144) in my crate. Both tunes are very much in the same hardcore style.

    Wow I think you nailed it Chris, this must be it. But look at this...

    Hard Trance???? WTF??? This is hardly trance. If this is trance then I am a trance lover and Sasha & Dickweed are my heros. :cheerlead

    Ohh brother.......

    Well its the correct catalog number except for the "0" before "69" which is clearly not in the run off rings (there is a "-" instead), the song titles match up, and I have that 4 Voice record which sounds extremely simmilar right down to the poor EQing.
     
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    DJ-Sinister Dj-Sinister

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  6. Tony Clifton

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    Hes dead? Then again your Tony Clifton, so perhaps your trying to trick me, cause thats what Tony Clifton does. Well RIP Andy Kophman(sp) never the less. - 1992
     
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    yeah man!! brain tumor. :(

    ok. i found the link http://www.trustthedj.com/SKRUFFF/news_article.php?news_id=2533
    but doesn't pull the article up anymore.
    luckily i copied/pasted it in a thread somewhere weeks ago:









     
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