Friction vs Vol3

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  1. falldotau

    falldotau Active Member

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    rythmatix Well-Known Member

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    wow! some tunes on this! so a 4-track vinyl I take it? Mean, cueing the 2nd tune on a side on a picture disk will be fun (haha)

    I am still unsold on Number 2, the Icicle collab is OK but has a short lifespan for me. The tune with Technimatic is nice, but isn't worth shelling out quite a bit for the plate...
     
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    That tune with Ulterior Motive is sick
     
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    SteveR94 PUNK ASS JUNGLE BUNNY

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    All four are great tracks, my two favourites are the tunes with Ulterior Motive and Metrik!
    This is a great series, excited to see who he's going to work with next.
     
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    Exxcessivve Dawn Wall

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    Haven't listened to this yet but what an awesome selection of collaborators
     
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    Pretty disappointed with the Metrik & Dimension ones (After all can't expect much in reality) but the ones with Ulterior and Prolix are pretty sick, interesting to see how these collabs play out, especially when the artists are really different in styles. Big ups to Friction/Shogun ;)
     
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    This is fucking fantastic! Best Shogun release in some time this one!
     
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    Exxcessivve Dawn Wall

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    Yeah the Dimension and Metrik ones are a bit boring but the others are decent
     
  9. Fallen.GeMiNi

    Fallen.GeMiNi 3rd rate banger merchant

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    I'm not too keen on the Prolix collab, Dimension one is pretty much what I've expected, was pleasantly surprised by that Metrik one and Curfew is a fucking monster! Great series so far, I think vol.2 is worth bagging solely for Floating Frames @rhytmatix :)
     
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    **patiently waiting for a Friction vs Rockwell colab ahead of the latter's album**

    hope that happens
     
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    surprisingly all of these are sick
     
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    The Prolix collab is basically this



    Metrik collab vocals



    Just sayin, would still bag, sounds solid.
     
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    I'm really not a fan of how Shogun are pressing releases these days. LP's with 4 tunes a side, picture discs for a tenner each. £4 extra for a picture just isn't worth it, I would rather have a black vinyl!
     
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    Fallen.GeMiNi 3rd rate banger merchant

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    I'm 100% with you on the albums matter, but I really like those picture discs, they look wicked and playing those isn't much different from black ones if you ask me. Still better than 33 rpm multiple tunes per side blacks.
     
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    It's the fact that it's £4 extra for the picture, I wouldn't be against it if it was the same price
     
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    this one will be 33rpm 2-tunes a side on picture disk I imagine...
     
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    Picture discs are shit
     
  19. SteveR94

    SteveR94 PUNK ASS JUNGLE BUNNY

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    It's not: http://www.shogunaudio.co.uk/shop/friction-vs-vol-3

     
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