SGN:LTD vinyl, WTF??

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  1. rythmatix

    rythmatix Well-Known Member

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    So by the looks of it they are pressing this:



    and not this (unless anyone has any more info):



    I mean, that Neuropol is kinda cool, but Sound Killer is fucking smashing it, and I don't see many playing the former in their sets. WTF is going on??
     
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  2. Binary_UK

    Binary_UK Binary.

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    nice sounds, I really like this EP
     
  3. Menosance

    Menosance aka OSOI

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    Same here, I can't see the hype for Neuropol's EP being justified. IMO
     
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    Afek_One Well-Known Member

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    The Neuropol release is interesting. The Ed:it tunes are standard fodder.
     
  5. tyranny

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    Neuropol things are the nearest thing to original I've heard from SGN:LTD

    Ed:it thing is the sort of tune you buy, play three or four times and forget about completely because it's *that* bland.
     
  6. jsmith89

    jsmith89 Hmph..... silly...

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    music tastes are fascinating, im definitely with neuropol on this one. warning is vibes
     
  7. tyranny

    tyranny Well-Known Member

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    Have to say I really was fearing the absolute worst when I saw the name "Neuropol"
     
  8. rythmatix

    rythmatix Well-Known Member

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    I think some of you guys are misunderstanding my point...

    I actually really like Neuropol's EP, some of those tunes are pretty cool. Would I play it at a gig...no, in fact theres not too many gigs where people play that sort of music, and even less where its played on vinyl. Would I listen to it at home....yes. Normally on labels like Shogun they press records for people DJ's to play (I know, I know - no one plays records anymore), and that Ed:it release is huge. The flips massive too:

     
  9. 808 Dnb

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    I fucking love "I would" makes my tits bounce. Shame no vinyl, but I'll live.
     
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    Afek_One Well-Known Member

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    The Ed:it release is boring. Seriously. I couldn't pick those tunes out of a line up. They sound like everything else.
     
  11. Fallen.GeMiNi

    Fallen.GeMiNi 3rd rate banger merchant

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    As much as don't like your slating comments I have to agree here. A fine example of why sample packs are ruining the deep/techy dnb for me.
     
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    808 Dnb Well-Known Member

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    Dagz is that you? :carlton:


    lol

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    THIS. EBK would be the polar opposite. Building every tune from scratch, what a fucking nut... :teeth:
     
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    that neuropol doesn't blow me one tiny bit. he sounds like a carbon copy of om unit.

    to the op, I guess it's what people were saying in that other thread, that dj's don't buy any vinyl anymore but it seems that the more experimental stuff is still making it into people's collection.
     
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    Afek_One Well-Known Member

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    Slating comments? I'm just giving an honest opinion. Should we only say positive things?
     
  15. Fallen.GeMiNi

    Fallen.GeMiNi 3rd rate banger merchant

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    Actually yes. But I'm not going to revive this direction of conversation again.
     
  16. Afek_One

    Afek_One Well-Known Member

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    What a boring, cookie cutter world that would be. It's not like I only post negative remarks. I'm very positive about good tunes.