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DJ SprinklesBassline.89

Label:Comatonse Recordings – C.008
Format:
Vinyl, 12", 33 ? RPM
Country:Japan
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Genre:Electronic
Style:House, Acid House

Tracklist

A1Bassline.89.1
A2Bassline.89.2
A3Bassline.89.4
B1Glorimar's Whore House
B2Bassline.89.3
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Recorded in 1999 at Meow, Oakland.
Published by T. Thaemlitz (BMI).
?2001 Comatonse Recordings & Sanriot, Japan.

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ringorider's avatar
ringorider
I thought Frank Ski was the original of "Whores in This House" as used recently WAP.
Bergunndy's avatar
Bergunndy
A2 samples Scram ?– No Sleep Tonight. 10 words.

http://www.aninacollins.com/Scram-No-Sleep-Tonight-Revelation/master/233757

sunshine-recorder's avatar
Pretty sure the A1 here samples 'Frenzy', the B2 on Z-Formation - Brutal EP.
KidJ's avatar
KidJ
Edited 15 years ago
Although best known for his quirky Piano-Ambient variations Terre Thaemlitz here delivers a raw Old-School-styled House release for a change.
While "Bassline.89.3" is a mere re-edit of Farley Funk's classic "The Acid Life", "Glorimar's Whore House" is quite a refreshing tune with an anthem's ambitions as displayed by the amusing chant-loop ("There's a whore in this House!"), the sample taken from Todd Terry's "A Day In The Life" and the surprising change after about 1/3 of the track. The A-side features three heavy New York House stompers with rough basslines and some fond drum programming. All in all a nice, unusual House record - particularly recommended to people interested in the obscurities of this genre.