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|1.||X-Heart - "Electropolis" (5:37)|
|2.||X-Heart - "Peaking Toms" (7:02)|
|3.||"Faces Of Death" (5:34)|
|1.||"Octane Propellant" (6:00)|
|2.||"Unreleased Acid From 1994" (6:43)|
|3.||"Chemical Spill" (6:29)|
|1.||"What's That?" (5:35)|
|2.||"House Of Horror" (5:20)|
|3.||Adam X vs ADSX - "Acid Over Wiesbaden" (6:03)|
|10.||X-Crash - "Urban Bass"|
|11.||Trope vs X-Crash - "The Morgue"|
During the early '90s, Adam 'X' Mitchell - brother of the more celebrated breakbeat techno producer Frankie Bones - made some of the most intense, mind-altering and rave-igniting techno on the planet. For proof, check this killer compilation of material he released (under a variety of aliases) between 1992 and '94.It puts wild, intense, brain-melting TB-303 acid lines right at the heart of the action, variously wrapping them around jacking drums ('Faces of Death',' Octane Propellant'), body-contorting electro beats ('Electropolis'), and breathlessly pounding Teutonic techno rhythms ('Acid Over Wiesbaden'). If you like your techno to sound psychedelic, ragged, aggressive and unfeasibly heavy, then you need this in your life
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