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DJ Charly Lownoise & DJ Mental Theo - Live At London FLAC

Singer:

DJ Charly Lownoise & DJ Mental Theo

Album:

Live At London

Genre:

Electronic style

FLAC album size:

1629 mb

MP3 album size:

1901 mb

WMA album size:

1799 mb

Other music formats:

AHX MOD MP1 MIDI VQF ASF ADX

Rating:

4.7 ✱

Style:

Hardcore, Hard Trance

Country:

Netherlands

Date of release:

1994

DJ Charly Lownoise & DJ Mental Theo - Live At London FLAC


DJ Charly Lownoise & DJ Mental Theo - Live At London FLAC

Tracklist

1 Live At London (Radio Dub) 3:27
2 Live At London (The Big "Bang" Mix) 5:32
3 Can You Feel It 6:35

Companies, etc.

  • Marketed By – Seashore Music
  • Distributed By – Mid-Town Distribution
  • Pressed By – DADC Austria

Credits

  • Written-By, Composed By – Lownoise & Mentheo*

Notes

Durations on CD-imprint does not really match the actual given tracktimes.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): MM-CD1001 12 A1 [DADC Austria logo]

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MM 1009 Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo Live At London ‎(12", W/Lbl) Master Maximum Records MM 1009 Netherlands 1994
CL&MT010 Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo Live At London ‎(5xFile, MP3, 320) CL&MT CL&MT010 Netherlands 2016
MM 1009 DJ Charly Lownoise & DJ Mental Theo* Live At London ‎(12") Master Maximum Records MM 1009 Netherlands 1994



Boraston
Simply awesome three-track CDM.I've known the two main tracks since I was in school, as they were regularly played in mix tapes by guys like DJ Trix and DJ Binman (from Liverpool and Northern Ireland respectively) around 1994."Live At London" is an absolute monster, starting with some very cheeky crowd talk and a little breakbeat. Then it kicks in HARD, typical '94 era bouncy Gabber! Lots of oldschool elements are still evident, like the whistles which really add to the atmosphere. It's not really a "live" track, more a track based around crowd noises like Ultra-Sonic used to do, but that's not a criticism at all (on either band).A piano breaks up the insanity for a nice break, then it's down into more mayhem! The track is very well constructed, never repeating itself too much. It's refreshing to hear compared to most modern (post '95 really) tracks which typically follow the "buildup-break-buildup-break-finish" method."Can You Feel It" is a really bouncy hardcore tune, with a very Rob Gee style vibe. It happilly bounces along until a sinister breakdown, very tribal, hits in good and solid with some ravey choir chanting!The main breakdown totally blows all that away with deep spacey synth pads, before hitting into a Trancecore track (like Sunbeam - Outside World)! Amazing! THEN back to more bouncy tribal!Phew.As a bonus (to me at least) was the Radio Dub. I didn't actually listen to it at first, thinking it was just a cutup of the full version. Well, I was wrong.It's a fully reconstructed version, with less emphasis on fast tempo Gabber but still pumping. Usually I never bother with radio edits of tracks but this version takes the track in a different direction that I can appreciate. It sounds more Scottish, not Scott Brown style but more bands like The Rhythmic State.All in all a fantastic single and a wee piece of my schoolday memories.

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