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On 02/11/2020 at 11:14 AM, wikeeboy said:

Bribie Dub - Echo Inspectors and Insect O [Primary Colours]

 

Nice bit of Melbourne dub techno to start the week. Local boy Lance Harrison from Echo Inspectors.

 

 

local dub techo, let me at it!

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Hi All,   Some 70's German Electronica today:     JJ

Trentemoller - "Obverse"        

Last nights retail therapy courtesy of Urban Records in Leederville



Going back to some of my younger days over the next few posts

 

Taucher - Waters and BT - Flaiming June (Chicane and BBE remixes, both of which are good).

 

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Last one for the night.  Joi Cardwell - Soul To Bare.

 

This one was played by Sasha in a GU (San Francisco if I recall).

 

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1 hour ago, qik_shift said:

OMG what a classic - Push - Universal Nation

 

Bonzai!

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Classic indeed!

 

Picked up the Bart Skills remix earlier in the year to go with my OG version :)

 

 

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Enjoying this long time favourite and electronic classic via surround system. Taking signal ( from CD ) exit Bluray player via analogue out into ONKYO A/V ( ? into pro-logic).

I am amazed how this decodes; I thought pro-logic only did a simulation job of rear info.

This spin reveals not only discreet rear L/ R detail, but, on track 2 ( OXYGENE 11) very distinct diagonal information.

Quite amazing really for a 1976 release. My copy is the Pilydor/Dreyfus 800 015-2 German original, not the brick walled Dave Dadwater from 2014.

Billy

 

 

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15 hours ago, Anatoly Beaver-Hausen said:

Enjoying this long time favourite and electronic classic via surround system. Taking signal ( from CD ) exit Bluray player via analogue out into ONKYO A/V ( ? into pro-logic).

I am amazed how this decodes; I thought pro-logic only did a simulation job of rear info.

This spin reveals not only discreet rear L/ R detail, but, on track 2 ( OXYGENE 11) very distinct diagonal information.

Quite amazing really for a 1976 release. My copy is the Pilydor/Dreyfus 800 015-2 German original, not the brick walled Dave Dadwater from 2014.

Billy

 

 

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Considering it was made in his home studio (kitchen) in 1975/76 you're right it does sound amazing.

 

I got a MFSL vinyl copy of this last year, unplayed and in its original bag from a second hand record dealer for $40. Bargain considering what they sell for.

 

https://www.discogs.com/Jean-Michel-Jarre-Oxygene/release/1740285

 

His original albums, up to and including "Magnetic Fields" were his best work IMHO. Rendezvous is pretty good as well.

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Just now, Anatoly Beaver-Hausen said:

Did you score the Mofi record or CD ? I know they were well regarded.

 

Record. They're no different from the Japanese pressings quality wise (since they are actually Japanese pressings!), but yes they are quite collectible.

 

I'm after a copy of Equinoxe but they too are very expensive.

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1 minute ago, Anatoly Beaver-Hausen said:

I think the Mofis are very close to the first generation Polydor/ Dreyfus, I.e. - neither squashed or messed with. Would love to have the former, but very happy with the latter.

 

I don't believe any are "squashed" except for the latter "remastered" CD's which sounded aweful.

 

I've got the 80's Polydor CD's from Germany as well, and they sound great. I dunno what people are talking about when they reckon 80s CD's sound terrible, they sound great to me.

 

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Too hot to go out, so music and air con is the solution. This one got my attention when sorting through my collection. A Renaissance release from 1997 called Worldwide mixed by Dave Seaman and Robert Miles. 

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17 hours ago, att23 said:

Too hot to go out, so music and air con is the solution. This one got my attention when sorting through my collection. A Renaissance release from 1997 called Worldwide mixed by Dave Seaman and Robert Miles. 

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Dave Seaman CD was a cracker!

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Scape One - Tales Of The 808 -- a 51 track collection of this artist's electro/acid/IDM tunes from over the years. 5 hours worth. One quid for the lossless download from Bandcamp (that may be a temporary Bandcamp Friday price, mind).

 

--Geoff

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