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Deltron 3030 - Times Keeps On Slipping/Positive Contact



deltron 3030 times keeps on slipping positive contact
Deltron 3030 - Times Keeps On Slipping/Positive Contact
(75 Ark CD-Single/12" 2001-07-17)

Info :
Le remix electro-space invaders de "turbulence" par Mark Bell (déjà dispo sur la version instru de l'album)est beaucoup plus amusant que le remix breakbeat-industriel de "Positive Contact" par Charlie Clouser (clavier/progs au sein de Nine Inch Nails), oppressant au possible. Un maxi plutôt "violent" (dans le sens "efficace comme une kalachnikov"), pour le marché américain, probablement.
Note cannonballs : 3/5 (Djouls)

Tracklisting CD-Single :
Time Keeps On Slipping (featuring Damon albarn)
Turbulence (re-mix by Mark Bell)
Positive Contact (re-mix by Charlie Clouser)

Tracklisting 12" :
Positive contact (Mario C remix)
Positive Contact (Charlie clouser (NIN) remix)
Positive contact (Automator extended mix)
Positive Contact (extended mix instrumental)
Djouls

Djouls

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