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|1.||"The Arumbaya Fetish" (7:56)|
|2.||"Moon Jump" (3:53)|
|1.||"Slash! Buffalo Eats Brass" (7:01)|
|1.||"Donna's Gift #2" (5:06)|
|2.||"Can God Rewind?" (6:21)|
|1.||"Mission In Congo" (11:36)|
Amongst those that keep track of these things, German trio Hyonobeat are considered proto-techno pioneers. While it's not known whether Detroit's Belleville Three were fans, you could argue that Hynobeat's rhythm-focused approach pre-dated both techno and Chicago house. Thanks to this fine retrospective from Dark Entries, you can judge for yourself. The material included was all recorded between 1983 and 1986, with the wild, off-kilter polyrhythms and ragged TB-303 lines of "The Arumbeya Fetish", mutant electro of "Kilian" and high-octane thrust of the decidedly out-there "Mission in Congo" standing out. Remarkably, Hypnobeat would chain together drum machines and bass synthesizers to create their tracks - a practice that would later become common during the acid house era.
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