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The Emperor Machine

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No Sale No ID (1-sided 12")
Cat: DCR 86. Rel: 25 Jan 08
Electro House
  1. No Sale No ID (Simian Mobile Disco version)
Review: Rounding off The Emperor Machine's 'Vertical Tones And Horizontal Noise' era before ushering in new material - this new 12" returns to the
sordid pop genius that is 'No Sale No I.D.' (as featured on the 'Vertical Tones And Horizontal Noise' cd - DCR75). A cryptically told tale of
nocturnal transgender research, the song has already achieved infamy with its rabid boogie, inspiring a state of salival reverie amongst the
dance music community and here singled out for a remix by none other than Simian Mobile Disco. Fresh from the success of their 'Attack
Decay Sustain Release' album, this notorious duo have taken the original and sharpened up all the edges, creating spikes and crunch
where once there was ooze, setting the analogue shapes of the original against a frenetic digital electro template that swarms, swells and
intermittently bursts inside the mind of the listener; a reworking that truly penetrates the dance floor and those who writhe upon it. Look out
for more new material from The Emperor Machine in 2008.
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 in stock $4.52
2500 Vol 1 (12")
Cat: INT 033. Rel: 14 Dec 16
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. 2500 Edit (5:55)
  2. System 700 Jam (6:37)
  3. 2500 (Prins Thomas remix) (6:27)
  4. System 100 Jam (6:16)
Review: We've come accustomed to Andrew Meecham using his Emperor Machine alias to deliver seriously hypnotic, modular synthesizer workouts. On 2500 Vol 1, he takes a different tack, serving up a trio of tracks created using his trusty MPC25000. Naturally, mind-altering electronic sounds remain the order of the day, with both "2500 Edit" and the even wilder "System 700 Jam" doffing a cap to vintage acid house, whilst retaining the much-loved looseness and dustiness of his regular productions. Flipside cut "System 100 Jam" is a sparse but pleasingly weird affair - think simple beats, and lots of curious electronic sounds - while Internasjonal boss Prins Thomas emphasizes Meecham's military percussion and dirty bass on his fine remix of "2500".
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 in stock $9.30
2500 Vol 2 (12")
Cat: INT 035. Rel: 31 Aug 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. UMO (8:33)
  2. Back To Bali (2:56)
  3. Africa V2 (6:43)
  4. Africa (Wolf Muller remix) (6:55)
 in stock $9.30
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