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Filter Code - Human Dance
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Album:
Human Dance
Style:
Hard Trance, Progressive Trance
Released:
1997
Country:
France
FLAC vers. size:
1188 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1845 mb
WMA vers. size:
1351 mb
Other formats
MMF WMA DMF AIFF DTS WAV MPC
Rating:
4.2 ★
Votes:
823

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Tracklist

A Human Dance (Organic Mix)
B1 1, 2, 3 ... (Revolution Mix)
B2 Human Dance

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – X-DR Production

Notes

Produced and published by X-DR Production.
Made in France.

The record plays on 33⅓ RPM although the label states 45 RPM.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side A): XDR 012 - A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Etchings Side B): XDR 012 - B1
  • Rights Society: SACEM / SDRM

Filter Code - Human Dance - free download

  • Huston
I searched for this record for a long while, fully expecting it to be at least £10; in the end I got it for £4 odd - bonus! The A-side 'Human Dance (organic mix)' is a nice techno tune, some good sonics flying around in the mix before a piano line takes the lead giving it an 'old school' flavour and maintaining a nice pounding kick - it's a good track, the piano lines are just not my cup of tea. The original on the flip (B2) is a quality track - lovely wobbly bass, the same quality sonix as on the A but where the remix drops and comes back with a piano line the original has good 303 action going on; a ripply 303 line lies nicely over the track making you wanna dance hard as all the sonix meld together over the bass and 303 line nicely. If that tune weren't a good enough reason to own this, 'Human Dance (1.2.3 - revolution mix)' (B1) is pure class - a proper little gem of a tune! A nice simple 303 starts the tune, then the beat kicks in - it's almost a bouncy but not cheesy hard house kick and off-beat bass - the track builds and drops with good use of percussion, maintaining the simple 303 line. What makes this track SO good is the break, a heavily vocoded voice comes out of nowhere and the track suddenly turns into a pounding bass-heavy techno monster, the way it has been put together is pure class (and it's one of those records useful if you mix yourself into a corner - you pop this on and off you go!) proper dancefloor music - one of those 'what's this?' tunes. Synth swishes fly about until the vocal reaches a peak and then drops some real quality irresistably danceable driving hi-end percussion, keeping the heavy techno kick-drum pound going. I don't know why this has been classed as Trance, apart from the build up to the vocal on B1 which has a hard house-y bass line it is pure techno/acid techno; and if you like your techno I highly recommend this release. The only issue I have with this record is the recording quality of Human Dance - it's far from terrible; but I find pushing the treble and the mid on the EQ's (just a little) makes this tune sound so much better :) Recommended!