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Cat: M 028R. Rel: 02 Jul 18
  1. Nature Of The Beast (Black Noise mix) (10:10)
  2. Nature Of The Beast (Mike Grant mix) (9:19)
Played by: Skudge
 in stock $12.14
The Chase (12")
Cat: M 014.
  1. The Chase (Juans version) (6:47)
  2. The Chase (smooth mix) (5:50)
  3. The Chase (Maydays version) (6:28)
  4. The Chase (Neutral version) (5:29)
Review: Originally released in 1989, "The Chase" has long been one of the most in-demand Motor City techno classics. This desirable reissue includes all four mixes from the original 12", beginning with Juan Atkins' superb take - a rich, tuneful treat that cleverly combines trademark Motor City percussion with a string of contrasting - but complimentary - melody lines. Derrick May's rework still sounds intoxicating and addictive, benefitting from the great man's decision to emphasize the original's spacey melodies and a tougher, more percussively intense groove. Also worth checking is The Smooth Mix, whose sparkling melodies and springy bass work help create a surprisingly Balearic mood.
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 in stock $11.87
No UFO's (1-sided 12" + 12")
Cat: M 046. Rel: 27 Nov 17
  1. No UFO's (vocal) (4:13)
  2. No UFO's (instrumental) (7:05)
  3. No UFO's (vocal - Moodymann remix) (8:04)
  4. No UFO's (vocal - Luciano remix) (14:35)
Review: First dropped in 1985, over thirty years ago, "No UFO's" paved the way for Detroit to unleash the beast we know refer to as 'techno', to the rest of the planet. Merging everything the Juan Atkins had heard through his adolescent years, from electro to funk and krautrock, his first outing as Model 500 will never grow old. Thus new reissue drops both the vocal and the instrumental, which are equally powerful on the floor. The bonus points come from the remixes: Detroit's own Moodymann makes his debut for Metroplex with a wonky, broken tech-house stormer charged by the original's bass, and sexified with the help of some blazing new sub-vocals from the master of funk; Luciano makes a surprise addition to the pack, dropping an ultra-sleek, minimalistic house mix that will lead this record being in the hands of thousands of different DJs across the globe. Big-dawg business.
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 in stock $21.54
Cat: M 019. Rel: 05 Dec 18
  1. 5% Solution (6:12)
  2. Mindless Entertainment (4:41)
  3. Day Of Reckoning (7:15)
  4. My Name Is Binky (5:33)
Review: Techno reissues don't come much more essential than this. Of all the Detroit heroes, Anthony Shake Shakir is one of the wildest, with his iconic catalogue traditionally pushing into the red and drawing on a rugged set of influences. This comes across in abundance on "5% Solution", his second single which came out on Metroplex in 1993. The title track feeds off the rolling hardcore breaks that were blowing up in the UK as much as the Motor City methodology, and it sounds utterly magnificent. "Mindless Entertainment" whips up an oddball tuff-house brew that aligns with Sheffield bleeps n bass, "Day Of Reckoning" stutters and shakes with frantic energy and "My Name Is Binky" gets into a wonderfully crooked groove. Shake has a bite and verve to his style that just can't be beaten.
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 in stock $12.14
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